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Old 07-07-2009, 12:05 AM   #11
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Good points, until you need to move...


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hopefully you don't just drop on your knees in the middle of the street... you should move to cover instinctively, especially if you're injured.

This is just an example of how to do it. there are no circumstances involved

Good video! thanks for sharing kcolg


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hopefully you don't just drop on your knees in the middle of the street... you should move to cover instinctively, especially if you're injured.

This is just an example of how to do it. there are no circumstances involved

Good video! thanks for sharing kcolg
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Good video. I like the 'first person' camera angle. Thanks for sharing
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Another tool that could come in handy, the more options you have the better chance you have to survive.
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There is at least one other video on YouTube that shows a better way. The was shown in the video squatting down, puts the barrel pointing at your other leg and ankle.
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I have trained doing this with my knees clinched around the gun, in the holster backwards and behind the knee like shown. I like the behind the knee but you all have pointed out, you need to move to cover. This takes a lot longer then a speed load with both hands. Also not a bad idea to train pulling your gun with the support hand. You never know what might take place in a gun fight and you might need to get the gun out with the off hand. A person needs to also practice clearing malfunction using one hand. The use of the heel of you boot, gun belt, a wall or something to grab the back sight to clear the malfuction. Train on all of them and pry you never need to use them.
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Old 07-13-2009, 09:06 PM   #18
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I almost instinctively look for cover when I reload, in the video I just wanted to show the techinique of one hand reloading,and it would have been difficult for me to show it in the video behind cover,but of course I agree on doing it,maybe one day I'll upgrade the video...
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In this situation wouldn't you need to rack the slide on your boot or belt to chamber a round? As well as clearing a malfunction as stated above.
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In this situation wouldn't you need to rack the slide on your boot or belt to chamber a round? As well as clearing a malfunction as stated above.
Not necesseraly ,as in the video I simulate a situation in wich I run completely out of ammo ,therefore the slide will stayed locked back,if you want to do a tactical reload in wich you change the magazine on the gun before the magazine is completely empty for a fully loaded one, you would still have a bullet in the chamber ,so you wouldn't need to rack the slide either.


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