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    Just stumbled onto this thread. I get what...

    Just stumbled onto this thread.

    I get what you are saying, but, I think the point you are missing is that if you are going to charge folks to impart your knowledge, you need to be able to lay a...
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    Until it isn't. :D

    Until it isn't. :D
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    I've spent a lot of time training folks with...

    I've spent a lot of time training folks with Federal 13200. Seen a whole bunch of flight control wads bounce of metal or tear through cardboard.

    After some thought about the matter, I switched...
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    There is no doubt in my mind a slug on soft armor...

    There is no doubt in my mind a slug on soft armor would mess up your day. I've shot slugs at expired vests wrapped around old tires. The tires flex, but didn't 'fly away' or move too much.
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    He certainly isn't a writer I follow. I believe...

    He certainly isn't a writer I follow. I believe he sometimes has articles in the Blue Press (Dillon Precision's mag/catalog).
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    In any readings I have done Cooper always...

    In any readings I have done Cooper always credited Weaver. Could the 60/40 be something that he, Cooper, established as he defined and hone what is called 'the Modern Technique?'

    Seems entirely...
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    Contrived may not be the best, most accurate,...

    Contrived may not be the best, most accurate, word to use, but I couldn't think of another.

    We all know Jack Weaver developed the stance to increase his speed and accuracy in the 'Leatherslap'...
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    Standards Drills

    I was first introduced to the concept of standards drills at the old HK International Training Division (ITD). The ITD conducted the standards drills in two ways - 1) as your passport to a...
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    I don't disagree, the vast majority would be just...

    I don't disagree, the vast majority would be just fine using the Weaver. Having said that, breaking it down, though, we went from using one hand firing techniques, to two hand firing techniques in...
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    This in an interesting topic to me because I've...

    This in an interesting topic to me because I've spent a good portion of my adult life trying to impart the concepts of what Cooper put forth to recruit police officers.

    First let me start by...
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    I was a PPC shooter, beginning in the mid 70's, I...

    I was a PPC shooter, beginning in the mid 70's, I missed that part.
  12. I don't get here this often, but, I'm sure this...

    I don't get here this often, but, I'm sure this has been covered in other threads:

    By rolling your wrist forward and in essence pointing your fingers to the ground, you are doing two things -...
  13. Just thinking how to get that problem solved -...

    Just thinking how to get that problem solved - not aware of the demographics of folks who carry or ranges in your area:

    That sounds like a good excuse for a men's group to meet for shooting and...
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    Just doing a drive by - the HK weapons that use...

    Just doing a drive by - the HK weapons that use roller delayed blowback also have fluted chambers in order to aid in extraction. They (the flutes) leave a mark on the brass - a stripe if you would....
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    Too bad that he is allowed to instruct, sounds...

    Too bad that he is allowed to instruct, sounds like he has lost focus on why officers carry firearms.

    That being said, we had an agency way back when 5906's were the gun, first thing we'd do is...
  16. Thread: LGS Stupidity

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    Hi Willie, nice to see you are still on the...

    Hi Willie, nice to see you are still on the forums. We PM'ed and emailed at M4C if I'm guessing right.
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    Sticky: I have a bad habit of posting in old threads...

    I have a bad habit of posting in old threads without completely reading through - notice the clamp on the harbor freight mixer - pretty important part. I learned the hard way about the clamp when I...
  18. Thread: Atheism

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    GuanoLoco - Sorry your upbringing was so screwed...

    GuanoLoco - Sorry your upbringing was so screwed up. I'm not going to tell you to eat a bag of dicks, because my God tells me I shouldn't, and right now I'm listening. Your Pal, Bounce
  19. I know you are talking matches, but what exactly...

    I know you are talking matches, but what exactly is the guy downrange in real life doing as you stick your rifle through the port all the way to the magwell?
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    Thanks Rich! Anthony, glad it was of some use!

    Thanks Rich!

    Anthony, glad it was of some use!
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    As someone mentioned, as you begin your reload...

    As someone mentioned, as you begin your reload sequence, slightly loosen your strong hand grip, at the same time exert just enough upward pressure against the trigger guard with the index finger of...
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