CRG-2 CRG x 2
SGF-1 Shotgun Gunfighting
Trauma care under fire
HRO-5 Terrorist & Active Shooter Interdiction
HRO-6 CQB: Fighting in Structures
CRG-4 Force on Force
HRO-5 Terrorist & Active Shooter Interdiction - 3 day TWOTU edition
Trauma Medicine for the CCW Operator
I keep my bottle opener in my pocket with a small section of braided para cord for added nothing to see here folks aesthetics. I actually used it the other day at work to help open a bottle for someone. The guy who I helped knows me a bit and looks as it saying, why to I have the feeling you have that to kill someone with. I smiled and said, it's a fine bottle opener isn't it. I work and a very NPE environment.
I loop the paracord back through itself after putting it through the bottle opener hole. I have never used the included lanyard hole. The plus side to doing this is if you put the looped area on the side of the choirboy the paracord can have keys attached or other items and they won't get in the way because they will hang off to the left or right of your hand. This is the best way to use it that I have found. Plus you can twirl your keys around with it as you walk to the car and in a fraction of a second have everything in place. Hope that makes sense in text! At our key station at work almost everyone's keys have a choirboy on them lol.
* "NO Reserves, NO Retreats, NO Regrets"
Small batch bourbon bottles don't have pop tops. My Choirboy has the keychain loop thru bottle opener section for flexibility in operation.
In the off chance I need to open some fair maiden's beer bottle the keychain loop doesn't interfere....
Be humble of character, warm of heart and kind. You will know when it's time to flip the switch and unleash the beast.