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Old July 13, 2010, 07:01 AM   #51
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It just goes to show that everyone interpits the same bit of info differently. It is up to us to teach and practice what we preach when it comes to firearms safety and CCW. Anyone who has half a brain will not deny you need to get proper training and keep practicing what you learnt in order to remain proficient. This goes with almost anything you do. Learn Train Survive!

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Old July 19, 2010, 04:17 PM   #52
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Im going to have to agree with 45Gunner about the video. However, I think it was presented in a bad way where the shooter knew exactly where the person with the gun was but it doesn't really matter. That whole drill is about STRESS which I can only imagine when presented with deadly force. I run drills and shoot alot but have never been in "the dreaded situation" therefore cannot say how I would react. Not to mention even If I react well there is still about a billion factors that could make me have a really bad day. I'd like to go through that drill they did and see how I would do even if he knew where I was. I like those FX guns and would like to get 2 of em to train with, they would be great. I would be using an IWB holster by the way instead of that snap one they had under the shirt, that significantly slowed draw time.
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