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Old 06-10-2009, 01:08 AM   #1
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Default Two simple critical action drills (JCP 40)

Here's another quick, super low budget video I just made showing an example of two very simple, but very critical remedial action drills. The pistol I used is my Hi-Point JCP 40. The reasoning behind this is the fact that these pistols can be prone to malfunctions and you also have to admit, a lot of people out there own the freakin things...lol.



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I did forget to add that these drills will work well with any semi auto sidearm.



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I am still baffled how one could be happy with a Sigma, but I certainly appreciate your efforts to educate the masses.
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I am still baffled how one could be happy with a Sigma, but I certainly appreciate your efforts to educate the masses.
Haven't most Sigma owners already lost their hands? Good video tho
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Sigma?

I do own a Sigma, but that's a Hi-Point in that video................

...do you need remedial training, Ineff??????

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Haven't most Sigma owners already lost their hands? Good video tho
LOL...Very first lesson...You have to pay attention to detail guys.

No soup for you two

Now both of you go do some PT.
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Sigma?

I do own a Sigma, but that's a Hi-Point in that video................

...do you need remedial training, Ineff??????

Ah yes...I went browsing through all your youtube vids. One in particular had comments of you and some other yokel stroking each other over the sigma. That's what sparked my response.
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Nice video Sarge - Good information there, especially for young or new members....

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