That's not a Yabit thing. That's one legitimate subject matter expert having a disagreement with another legitimate subject matter expert.
If Brian Enos disagrees with D.R. Middlebrooks on how to execute a technique, that's one thing.
He's got the intelectual/acomplishment backing to do so...further, when experts disagree as to how to do something, the end result is usually positive for everyone because something has been more thuroughly vetted and tested.
Hotter fire, better steel and all that stuff. Thus, MMA is a great fighting method, because people with legitimately good ideas on how to fight, who were legitimately good at judo, karate, boxing and BJJ got into a ring and said "Let's see what happens...let's learn from this."
MMA was born.
Yabits...aren't doing that.
Yabits are the people saying "Yeah, but if he has a knife, I'd just shoot him!" without realizing how a knife encounter goes down & "Yeah, but if he grapples me, I'll stab him with my spyderco..." cluelessly as they don't know how difficult accessing a weapon while being grappled/choked actually is.
Yabit...I'm sure someone can practice carrying mags bullets backwards and get just as fast...
How much money is at stake in shooting competitions...I think it was $500K at the Bianchi Cup (http://www.tactical-life.com/online/...e-bianchi-cup/)
IF THEY COULD, THEY WOULD.
FOR $500,000 YOU WOULD TOO.
For $500K I'd be testing EVERYTHING.
I'd have a baby seal leather holster if it gave me an advantage if I had to drown one myself barehanded, swimming naked into the arctic ocean to do it.
Probably a reason why...