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Old 12-13-2009, 03:20 PM   #11
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I am not very quick at reloading either but I tend to get by...wish I was faster
i think after posting on this thread, i am gonna HAVE to start practicing again!!!


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Me too....I need to get faster and better


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I do this drill with live ammo all the time. Before you criticize any further, I encourage you to take a look at the first post here by opaww. The video is from the US Army Marksmanship Team. Once you watch that video, I would like you to post what is similar with that video and my video (concentrate on the reloads performed).

Also, I would like you to go into more detail on exactly how my muzzle was all over the place. Feel free to post a video or pics showing how this way is incorrect. Keep in mind that there are multiple ways to do perform reloads.
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There are many ways of doing tactical reloads but the one constant that should NEVER be violated is that your eyes and muzzle should be covering the target(s) at all times, even when you run the gun dry. Here you are looking at your gun and your muzzle is pointed at the ceiling (with a live round in the chamber I'm sure your range guys wil have an issue with that).

I hope you take this comment in the light it was offered. Not meant to offend, just trying to help you improve.
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YouTube - Army Pro Shooting Tips: Speed Reloading a Gun

Here is an instructional video on reloading
That's the way you change mags in competition which is what that fine ARMY group does for a living.
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Right at this point.

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Its hard to see in this shot, but where is the shooter's trigger finger? Looks like its still on the trigger?
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In real life, you'd be better off shooting each bad guy once because firing two shots at the first guy leaves the others more time to shoot you. I think John Farnum covers that in the book, " The Street Smart Gun Book ", available from Police Bookshelf.

But heck, in real life, tactical reloads should be all but ruled out. I believe Clint Smith said something like, " You've got a functioning gun. Don't mess with it. " That is by memory from his Defensive Handgun DVD.


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