Discussion in 'Goof Off Photo Editing & Video Clips' started by Saluki, Sep 9, 2011.
thats FUCKED up!!!!..
Barney Fife gained a little weight and got a foul mouth
Tues didn't want that to get out...........
If he is defending himself from himself........mission accomplished!
In this guys defense, this is only a short snippet of the video. He actually released a video on his site where he describes how he messed up, and talks about it. He was showing it as an instructional thing of what not to do.
It was good of him to hone up to it, realizing he was probably going to be laughed at alot, and make the best out of a bad situation.
Fuckin fail by far. You know what is also a fail Saluki your avatar pic both the man and the hat.
"I F_ _ _ KING SHOT MYSELF"
Damn that had to sting
"Once I shot myself, my training took over, I called my mommy then called 911"
He needs to work on the before I shot myself training part
And all this time I thought being shot would hurt a lot more...
I know a couple of policemen that this has happened to. They were very familiar with firearms, especially the one they were using at the time of their AD. It only takes one mistake for a tragedy to occur. Safety should always be the focus when training and you shouldn't train alone with live ammo. This is a good safety reminder.
Was he really going to shoot that target at point blank range? What the hell is the point of that?
what's sad is he's likely been breeding at some point in time....
Stupid is as stupid does.
its called a close quarters hip retention drill, people argue the pros and cons of the technique ad nauseum.
It's because that's where most shootings occur. The biggest study that was done was in New York a while ago, and of the 250 officers that were killed by a gunshot, 205 (82%) of them were from LESS than 6 feet.
Of the other 45, 36 were from under 25 feet, 8 were undertermined, and 1 was over 125 feet (sniper).
Our qualifications, along with most law enforcement agencies, starts at the 1 1/2 yard line (5'), the 3 yard line, 7 yard line, and then further back.
Edit: The FBI also did their own collection of stats, which shows that 51% were killed within 5 feet, and 71% were within 10 feet. Either study shows the need for close quarters shooting.
You're obviously more informed than I am, and I understand the need for close quarters practice. In the video though, he appears to be 1-2 ft away, and that is what I was questioning. In my mind, there's a big difference between 5 ft and 2 ft, but like I said this isn't my area of expertise - I know hunting not self defense.
Thanks for the info.
Thanks. Only been doing it 4 times a year, for about 15 years...
As far as for LEO's, most of the 1-5 foot distances are because either you are trying to arrest someone, hands on, and there is a struggle for the gun, or at the very least, you are talking to them, maybe looking at their ID, through the window, whatever, so you are basically right there in their face. If they make some sort of aggressive move, it's a split second decision to react.
Not sure if you'd be right up close in a self defense situation, but in general, nobody is going to mug you, rape you (Not you specifically ), or kidnap you from 50 feet away........
So, Sean, you simply need to be that close to the deer
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