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    I think a lot of people are starting to figure...

    I think a lot of people are starting to figure out that staging the trigger and the "surprise break" methodology and concept is a poor way to shoot a handgun. It took me a long time to figure this...
  2. 2778 Here's some pics of our student Harold W....

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    Here's some pics of our student Harold W. running his Tavor through our Advanced Carbine Clinic - not exactly the same, but not too different either.

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  3. How's your trigger? Do you keep it stock or do...

    How's your trigger? Do you keep it stock or do you use a tamer?
  4. Mission Drives the Gear Train - Home Defense Carbine

    Are there PDs that use the AUG as a patrol rifle? (yes I know it's off the HD topic but I'm curious)
  5. Mission Drives the Gear Train - Home Defense Carbine

    At the time I wrote this it seemed an easy way to keep yourself from getting burned. Don't read too much into it.
  6. Thanks for offering up your insight, Daryl!

    Thanks for offering up your insight, Daryl!
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    The CHF thing eludes me as well. I don't *think*...

    The CHF thing eludes me as well. I don't *think* it's something that makes any difference for me and my uses.
  8. Kinda depends on what you need the gun to do.

    Kinda depends on what you need the gun to do.
  9. As Tom alluded to, I consider the AUG a realistic...

    As Tom alluded to, I consider the AUG a realistic but slightly off-the-wall choice, so I'm interested in your insight.

    To me, "realistic" means that the carbine is both of an established type and...
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    Or they can just include a polymer rail cover...

    Or they can just include a polymer rail cover that completely hides it.
  11. So you're saying that given all realistic...

    So you're saying that given all realistic available options, you advocate and recommend the AUG (in a similar layout to the one pictured above) to your civilian students for a home defense long gun?...
  12. We're doing back-to-back (independent) Women's...

    We're doing back-to-back (independent) Women's Only pistol clinics this coming Saturday (Nov. 22nd) at The Beaver Valley Rifle & Pistol Club in Beaver Falls, PA. The cost is only $75 for each...
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    That's what she said.

    That's what she said.
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    Hmmm...

    Hmmm...
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    That there is nice looking.

    That there is nice looking.
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    KeyMod vs. M-LOK

    Just when it seemed like KeyMod was the new hotness, along comes M-LOK and some people are apparently already stating that KM is now obsolete!

    What say you???
  17. Can you discuss the thought process that led you...

    Can you discuss the thought process that led you to this partcular weapon layout? Do you recommend it to your students?
  18. Try and keep it to this one!

    Try and keep it to this one!
  19. I noticed that. I suspect they might come out in...

    I noticed that. I suspect they might come out in dribs and drabs. I'm pretty sure you can order a DD upper in a 14.5" pinned carbine format.
  20. We've created an IPSC/USPSA Subforum!

    International Practical Shooting Confederation/United States Practical Shooting Association Discussion

    Here it is folks!

    :cool:
  21. We've created an International Defensive Pistol Association Subforum!

    IDPA - International Defensive Pistol Association - Discussion

    Here it is folks!

    :cool:
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    That happens a lot. :o

    That happens a lot.

    :o
  23. My original post is a bit dated. I'm using a...

    My original post is a bit dated. I'm using a single 30 round magazine now.

    These are interesting.
  24. Mine eats 55 gr. Wolf like candy too... and I've...

    Mine eats 55 gr. Wolf like candy too... and I've got the heaviest recoil buffer known to man in it.
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    Interesting data point. Of course there are...

    Interesting data point. Of course there are others who promote a tight & high (for lack of a better term) draw stroke precisely because they've seen people repeatedly drive their guns out to full...
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