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Old 05-08-2009, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default New Video (Engaging Target From Behind)

Here's my new short video I just posted to youtube.

Hope you enjoy it, and learn from it.

Once again remember: FIREARMS SAFETY ALWAYS IS FIRST!!!!!!!

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Old 05-08-2009, 02:14 AM   #2
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You keep making these vids and tips and we are going to have to get a Mod to sticky them in a post or something so they are all together

Keep them coming Sarge! Good knowledge

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Great job SGT!

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Great video again, I liked those drills, I found a short clip in where I use a similar technique but with live fire...keep it up Sgt...

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Thanks again for taking your well deserved hours off to do this for us. Here's to you brother.

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You're very welcome, and it's no big deal. It's my pleasure to do this.

The more informed people out there, the better. Doing stuff like this makes the firearms world a decent place to take part in, in my opinion.

Too many people keep the knowledge to themselves which is horrible, I think.

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You are one epic video away from being the next Jedi kid

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Those Jedi kid videos crack me up...lol.

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You're very welcome, and it's no big deal. It's my pleasure to do this.

The more informed people out there, the better. Doing stuff like this makes the firearms world a decent place to take part in, in my opinion.

Too many people keep the knowledge to themselves which is horrible, I think.
I concur, good tactics there SGT. Keep up the good work and keep the knowledge flowing forth. A gun educated community is an informed, safer and happier community IMO.
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Default Drills?

Speaking of sharing the knowledge, would anyone mind adding in their favorite drills for handguns? Preferably, any that can be done at an indoor range.

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