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  1. #91
    Site Supporter NH Shooter's Avatar
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    Shooting from the hip...

    "Obviously, the Tac-13 is not meant to be brought to your eye*, even though that is instinctual when you pick up a shotgun. The best and most effective way of making this work for you is to hold it low and near your hip (NOT against your hip—you might lose your hip that way) when firing. You may not qualify as “expert” when it comes to accuracy, but luckily that isn’t exactly a requirement with a shotgun in close-quarter engagements."

    https://www.ballisticmag.com/2018/10...13-first-look/

    Evidently, this derpbauchery remains widespread, alive and well.

    *Yes, this is why they put a vent rib and bead on it, dipshit.

  2. #92
    This guy is running one pretty well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cWTSrOSlEE

  3. #93
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthNarc View Post
    This guy is running one pretty well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cWTSrOSlEE
    That is Travis Tomasie!
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthNarc View Post
    This guy is running one pretty well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cWTSrOSlEE
    That video is inspiring, and IMO demonstrates the potential for those who put in the time with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH Shooter View Post
    "Obviously, the Tac-13 is not meant to be brought to your eye*, even though that is instinctual when you pick up a shotgun. The best and most effective way of making this work for you is to hold it low and near your hip (NOT against your hip—you might lose your hip that way) when firing. You may not qualify as “expert” when it comes to accuracy, but luckily that isn’t exactly a requirement with a shotgun in close-quarter engagements."

    https://www.ballisticmag.com/2018/10...13-first-look/

    Evidently, this derpbauchery remains widespread, alive and well.

    *Yes, this is why they put a vent rib and bead on it, dipshit.
    The world seems to have three groups of people.

    - People who think shotguns are useless as defensive weapons

    - People who think you don't have to aim shotguns

    - People who don't eat lead paint and crayons
    3/15/2016

  6. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthNarc View Post
    This guy is running one pretty well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cWTSrOSlEE
    The first time I watched that video, I was surprised to see the Aimpoint on a riser... I’ve only ever handled a Tac-14 in a LGS, but a low mount would seem ideal to me. What am I missing?

  7. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by LJP View Post
    The first time I watched that video, I was surprised to see the Aimpoint on a riser... I’ve only ever handled a Tac-14 in a LGS, but a low mount would seem ideal to me. What am I missing?
    Lots of bore/optic offset, I am betting it was just a mounted optic from an AR he had handy.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJP View Post
    The first time I watched that video, I was surprised to see the Aimpoint on a riser... I’ve only ever handled a Tac-14 in a LGS, but a low mount would seem ideal to me. What am I missing?
    More dramatic and allows you to see his face.

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  9. #99
    Could it be that mounting the dot higher allows him to zero the dot for close-range targets, while accounting for the steep muzzle rise of the Tac-13?

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