GUN I'm getting e-thugged on my youtube page by some homeboy

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  1. The Cable Guy

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    black people don't like Asians very much do they?
     
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    Can't you just delete his comments?
     
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    is this a ploy to get more hits on you video???
     
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    and vise versa :noes:
     
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    You should come down to the steel match in Norco and try those reloading techniques while under stress. It's just too much fine motor skill and your going to drop a lot of rounds. The guys who run the side saddles either turn and burn or cooley twist.

    Check out jeff in video 4 with his turn and burn. Jeff is SD Swat and one of the top heavy metal shooters in the country (308 rifle w/ iron sights, pump shotgun, 45 cal pistol). While the keeping the shotgun pointed on target seems real tactical it is slow. You can turn and burn faster and while moving. If you were to run dry your going to be moving defensively, or behind cover.

    http://madtrigger.com/videos/3-8-09%20squad/jeff/player_0.html
     
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    looks like his e-thugging stopped pretty quickly...

    but i agree with yar, while it looks cool, i don't think it would really work IRL
     
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    watching the video, it looks like something someone in a movie would do... not what you'd want to do, if your life depended on it... looks cool though.
     
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    that will look really sweet once you get better at it.
     
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    I just saw his last comment. :eek3:

    I agree with Yar too, but I also think that practice in stressful conditions would help.

    Its just natural for me to do it that way.
     
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    I think so too, but I haven't been practicing at all. I wanna hit the range with just the Mossy one day, see if I can bust clays with that technique.
     
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    While I agree that this technique requires some more practice and refinement, and has not been field tested, I think practicing it at this point would be better than learning a new technique. I know I drop maybe 1 or 2 rounds when trying to load it fast during dummy round practice, but again, I need more practice. I'm not saying I'm not going to learn what works, just saying that this way feels more natural and comfortable for me.

    Honestly though, I can't imagine doing the turn & burn technique while moving, even walking. I noticed he kind of stops everything and reloads, looking down, stopped, focused on the reloading.
     
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    Yeah right dude, people in movies don't reload.
     
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    Not really, I already have a steady subscription base of like 4 people, I don't really need any more hits.

    Honestly though, I do this kind of shit when I'm bored.
     
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    :bigthumb:
     
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    There is no "one way" to reload a shotgun. You have to be proficient in many methods. For example if you were moving down a narrow hallway and turning corners or were in a vehicle you would need to reload using the crusier method. If you were hunkered behind cover you might turn and burn to get the gun fully loaded and up as fast as possible.

    You can't really take in account what jeff is doing on a stage because it is all measured. He knows where he has to go, he has it counted out. Take 4 steps forward while loading 8 shells. the trick is to get all 8 shells loaded before he makes the 4 steps and not to drop any rounds. In a gun fight he would get behind cover and reload as fast as he could then get back into the fight.

    The thing is to simulate the stress. While it is not the stress of having your life on the line the timer, spectators, and your own ego is definately a different factor. You forget to breath and get dizzy, you fumble and make mistakes. It is not training, but it can be good practice. If nothing else it's fun. You get to meet a lot of people who know how to shoot. You become a better shooter.

    Bring out your shotgun and shoot some steel plates. Sure beats those soda can and water bottles I see you guys shoot in your videos.
     
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    :rofl:
    Water bottles lose their fun after about 3 of them.

    I'd love to shoot some steel, I don't think burro lets you shoot steel on their private ranges.

    And I can see what you're saying. There's a reload for every situation, some work better than others.

    How I do my "under stress" test with available items is that I either:
    1: Chamber empty, toss clay, load with that technique, boom, and hopefully I'll hit something.
    2: Chamber loaded, toss 2 stacked clays, boom one, re-load another, and hit the second.

    So far, I've one been able to do this a few times out of many. It really stresses how much you need to practice and feel comfortable doing shit in an uncontrolled scenario.
     
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    Dude, you look young as shit. Are you sure you're old enough to own those long guns?
     
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    Nope.

    Ask fr0ng, he's the CA firearms laws expert.
     
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    Okay, Cho.
     
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    they do, when there needs to be extra drama added to the scene.
     
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    dude, i wasn't serious.:rofl:
     
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    Especially when they're reloading magazines by hand.
     
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    Neither was I, 4 subscribers? the fuck on.
     
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