Patriot Fire Team: The Foundation of Liberty.


Patriot Fire Team Oath

As a citizen of the United States of America, I hereby pledge to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. I pledge to continuously strengthen my mind and body and by natural extension my family, my community, and my nation. I pledge to support and encourage my fellow Fire Team members in any manner necessary. I pledge to keep myself and my household prepared to meet any crisis or emergency that may arise to the best of my God-given ability.

Why a Patriot Fire Team?

No Patriot should have to stand alone. You cannot do it all on your own. Everyone needs encouragement, support, and affirmation from time to time. By using the structure of the Patriot Fire Team, you can establish a small, but strong support group of like-minded individuals who care deeply about preserving the Representative Republic of the United States of America as outlined by the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Definition of the Patriot Fire Team:

“The Patriot Fire Team consist of four individuals who have pledged to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and its Bill of Rights. Each member has pledged to provide support and encouragement to the others whenever and wherever that support may be needed.”


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Patriot Fire Team: The Foundation of Liberty


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    • Not a problem Jim. Anytime works for me. I am single, with zero attachments, so I don’t have to explain to anyone where I’ve been or what I’ve been doing. So far my dog has never complained about my absence. As it is still light into the mid evening we might be able to get together during the week for some low light or night practice. There are no restrictions on when I am able to use the range, so that could work as well. Also, I have a night scope I have been dying to get sighted in on my Mosin Negant so we could possible work that in as well if you are willing to do a bit of spotting for me. Let me know.

  1. Austin,
    Blanco is not that far and my son lives in Cibolo. I would like to take you up on the offer to check it out. let me know when and where.
    Thanks Jim

    • Jim, If you are familiar with Blanco we can meet at the Chess Club Cafe in the morning. If you like we can have a bite to eat and then go to the range. Or we can just meet there and go to the range. I am guessing you are about an hour or so away so how does 10am next Sunday, (the 14th) sound. If that works let me know.

  2. Jim, I am in Blanco County and reside on a 2 acre parcel that is a part of a 240 ranch. We have a private pistol/rifle range that can accommodate distances up to about 300 yards, with a little imagination. The people I usually practice with, which are not as yet a part of the PFT, focus on combat and target focus training with long guns as well as pistol. Many times, when we have enough, we practice cover/advance and cover/retreat exercises. We also practice cover/advance/transition exercises. When we are not working on that, or if there aren’t enough participants to make the exercise plausible, we work on presentation from concealment, target acquisition of one or multiple targets and often times incorporate acquisition/shooting while moving. I also have a timer so practice can be performed “under stress” to help improve performance and weapons handling. I know we are not exactly neighbors, but we are not so far away as to not be a valuable asset to each other. If, at any time, you wish to visit the ranch for a bit of practice, feel free to drop me a line.

    • Jim, It might help if you indicate at least the County and state in which you reside. That way, other PFT members can reach out to you through this site.

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