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Old 05-04-2009, 12:52 AM   #1
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Default First Full-Motion Training Video (Short)

I have my first actual video on youtube. Please bear with me as far as the quality is concerned. I am using my digital camera, and the lighting wasn't the best.

The purpose of this video is to provide an easy reference tool for the beginner to use when practicing basic weapons presentation and reloads.

The equipment used was my Springfield armory XD9, and the speed holster and mag holder setup that came with the pistol. The second video has my Mosin Nagant M91/30.

Please remember that, as always, safety is paramount before any practice with a firearm begins. ALWAYS ensure the weapon is clear, and double-check the weapon before the training begins.

I hope this video help some of you on this forum.



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I saw it,great video, keep 'em coming...



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great vid, do you have any tips on what to do if your jammed during a fire fight? Besides hand throwing the bullets.

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great vid, do you have any tips on what to do if your jammed during a fire fight? Besides hand throwing the bullets.

May I give you one...?:

RUN!!!!!!!!!!!
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May I give you one...?:

RUN!!!!!!!!!!!
lol thats pure survival skills, but Im sure with shots firing at you that it wont be easy to run.
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lol thats pure survival skills, but Im sure with shots firing at you that it wont be easy to run.
I know...I can't imagine of a worst situation than having your gun jamming while somebody is shooting at you...that's why when I carried I use to take a backup gun...being at least a little 6.35 in a ankle holster,sometimes it would be just another exact gun as my primary in a left draw holster...I guess first thing I would do is to try to get cover while I try to fix the jam,but I think that unles you are Mr Cool or very ,very trained your mind will have a hard time figuring out what's wrong under that stress...what a nightmare...that's why I also bought a revolver...
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I know...I can't imagine of a worst situation than having your gun jamming while somebody is shooting at you...that's why when I carried I use to take a backup gun...being at least a little 6.35 in a ankle holster,sometimes it would be just another exact gun as my primary in a left draw holster...I guess first thing I would do is to try to get cover while I try to fix the jam,but I think that unles you are Mr Cool or very ,very trained your mind will have a hard time figuring out what's wrong under that stress...what a nightmare...that's why I also bought a revolver...

cool, thanks for the lesson. any thoughts on a good cal. for home protection?
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As far as a malfunction with your sidearm goes, remember three words:

TAP

RACK

BANG


Tap the magazine (hard)

Rack the slide (vigorously)

Pull the trigger to make it go bang.

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You are welcome, what about a shotgun for home...?
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Hey, it's great that you are doing this. I really appreciate the lack of obnoxious music that most youtube uploads tend to use. It's short, sweet, and to the point.

If I may offer a word of friendly advice as somebody without formal combat training, you may want to show each presentation from a couple of different angles.



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