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Old 09-27-2009, 03:19 PM   #1
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Default Four Places for a Pistol (New Video)

Sorry for the bad lighting and the iffy quality. I don't have any fancy reocrding equipment.

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Old 09-27-2009, 03:38 PM   #2
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Good Job Sgt Miller, good emphasis points on retention and gun control. I was trained the gun becomes part of your hand, you keep your hand and gun close to your heart, center mass, protected until time to deploy it. As you stated and displayed, bring it back to the heart, for protection and be aware of 6-3-9 breach.

MORE VIDEO TRAINING SGT!!!!!!

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Another informative video from you Sarge. Great job and thankyou!

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That was good Sgt Miller. I always look forward to your threads.

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Thank you for the video. I learned some things, and it was also very enjoyable and well done. Thanks again!

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That was very informative, I really liked it, no one really does not really talk about what or where to retain the weapon once it is drawn, I do hope you will continue to put more up. Sure the trainers talk about retention, but few actually explain the purpose of it as effectively or demonstrate the purpose of it.


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Solid stuff Sgt.

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