Keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction since 2008
You do it by making random comments without any supporting ... well anything?I thought you did it by violating the 5 rules ... The 4 standard rules plus knowing a clinton.
R.K.Added the link. Thanks.
People who make videos like this are not helping the cause of safety. Whether we are shooting by ourselves at home, or at the range with friends we are obsessive about safety and observing the firing line.
Okay. That seemed a bit... ignorant to me?But I am probably missing a point some where.You all be safe and have a blessed weekend.
These look scary to me. Not even safe for Navy Seals or other professionals.
I can see some value in this for "executive protection" personnel to get accustomed to shooting around/near principals and other people. What may not be realistic is the non-reaction of those who would be unlikely to have hearing protection. THAT might be difficult to quantify.If this ISN'T their focus for the video, then WTF are they doing?
There are some people shown here who have a LOT of faith in their friends.At least ... they're quiet certain who their friends are.
Ah, quitcher bellyachin'. Just because you're not as high-speed-low-drag as these operators operating in operations are, you think they're doing something wrong? You're probably doing it wrong. I bet you carry with a round in the chamber (unlike the first guy in the video), and make sure downrange is clear before you draw a weapon, much less fire it.You wimp! It's obvious these guys all know each other, and what's a little gunshot wound or two between friends? Shake it off and play through it, ya pansy!And ignore the fact that (as Will said) these "bystanders" are standing still, letting the high-speed-low-drag pistoleros push them around, and not panicking, screaming, fighting with the shooters who are pushing them, standing around gawking, or doing most of the things people do when violence erupts in front of them. That doesn't detract from the reality at all! This is the real deal!Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!
If one of these guys gets shot, it could be the first personal injury case where the plaintiff was found to be 99% at fault.
Must be those "big boy rules" one occasionally hears about.
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