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Old February 11, 2014, 05:31 PM   #53
AK103K
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By pointing the muzzle UP, you can move safely in all directions, and never point it at your own feet
If I have a gun out ready to use, "discrete" doesn't come into play.
Odds of "the need arrising" are similar to being struck by lightning
Do we wait for the "range is hot" call too?

Then again, the ceilings in most indoor ranges Ive ever been to look like they were the backstops. Not sure how safe "up" really is.


Like I said, "dug in". Jerry Clower would be proud!

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Heh! Yeah, I use both thumbs forward and thumbs down, depending on how I feel. Can't really see a benefit one way or the other.
I saw the light and made it to the other side.
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