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Old 09-02-2009, 09:21 PM   #21
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Being an action star, I tend to have a soundtrack that follows me anyhow.

If you have something that plays choral music as I take down multiple targets in slo-mo, then I could perhaps deal with it.

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Old 09-02-2009, 11:20 PM   #22
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I like listening to music when i clean firearms but not when I shoot them. I like listening to music when I work on cars but not while driving. Just my thing i guess.

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Music comes out the end of the barrel.
YES! As for while you're shooting? No. I'll weigh in with the rest of you that note concentration on what you're doing, not what you're listening to, is paramount in importance. The distraction of music is not something to do on a range...any range, indoors or outdoors. Your focus should be on your weapon and what you're doing with it, not what lyrics Alice Cooper happens to be singing.
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Old 09-19-2009, 08:21 PM   #24
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Well to start off ... I'm not entirely on here to pimp my companies product. I like to hear peoples input on product and as I am a noobie to guns i like to mingle with the crowd and gain some knowledge on the subject. I do agree that the music while shooting is a little on the dangerous side... but then i thought about shooting by yourself on your own property? that is secluded in a pretty much controlled environment that music won't cause you to be "unsafe". I sold a guy one that used his HP for more than just shooting i.e. woodworking. If anyone does wanna check them out i posted them in the Vendor Display Area(I try to keep my product posts in the right places) http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f53/hearing-protectors-ipod-compatable-range-bags-accessories-16099/
Jeezus....really?
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YES! As for while you're shooting? No. I'll weigh in with the rest of you that note concentration on what you're doing, not what you're listening to, is paramount in importance. The distraction of music is not something to do on a range...any range, indoors or outdoors. Your focus should be on your weapon and what you're doing with it, not what lyrics Alice Cooper happens to be singing.
AcidFlash, what is that weapon in your avatar photo? It looks ridiculous.
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AcidFlash, what is that weapon in your avatar photo? It looks ridiculous.
Scoped AR-15, as if you didn't know......

I'll have a range report on it either the next time a coworker invites me to the Desert Sportsman's Rifle and Pistol Club or when the Clark County Shooting Park opens...whichever comes first.
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Do you shooters out there like listening to music while at the range? Let me know your thoughts on this b/c i do
Yup, right after i finish my beer, and doobie.
I think it could be detrimental to range safety. Even if it's not you being unsafe, you may not hear a "cease fire", or notice things that would have stood out before. I'm a little paranoid, so i'm always watching my 6. Headphones would make that difficult.
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We all know it's an idiotic idea. He's just trying to sell something, which I thought was against FTF rules. Mods, any thoughts on that?

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Absolutely retarded question.

If the sound of guns isnt music enough then youre not fit for this hobby.

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Hmmmm.......
Let's do the math.

Radio headset cranking out some tunes + the squib round you just fired =

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