Videos: 2 Close Contact Rounds + 8 Rounds Retreating Under 3 Seconds

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    Videos: 2 Close Contact Rounds + 8 Rounds Retreating Under 3 Seconds

    The videographer neglected to show the target after my first attempt. I therefore posted 2 other attempts displaying the target.

    MAANI:



    Here's Sean's best...with me videotaping:

    SEAN:


    Have a great week!
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    Pretty good,thats one dead BG
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    Very nice.
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    Im impressed..........very nice.

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    really fine shooting----but what about his 2 friends?

    don't they deserve a couple of holes each during the distancing steps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by claude clay View Post
    really fine shooting----but what about his 2 friends?

    don't they deserve a couple of holes each during the distancing steps?
    Our next video:) Thanks for watching.

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    Nice shooting! I will get there some day....

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    I thoroughly enjoyed your videos. Got to admit, the speed is "smokin"!!! I'd like to request you make a video just a lil bit different.....Rather than standing stationary, directly in front of the target, anticipating the buzzer, with hand at or on the weapon............How about casually walking two to three feet in front of a row of targets, not knowing when the buzzer will sound, and not knowing if the buzzer will sound as the BG is to your strong side, or whether you hit the end of the row, make a turn and now the buzzer may sound when BG is on your weak side...At the sound of the buzzer, THEN put your two in COM and while retreating, put additional hits in MAIN BG (first target shot) and the BG's on either side of the first target shot....NOW I think you'd be training for something a bit more realistic. I'm sure, simply based on your gun handling skills and experience, that you both will be extremely fast, and will give all of us something to emmulate in our own training...JUST AN IDEA....Thanks for your efforts...
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    Great job on great drill. I alter this to use the zip technique but this is fine also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Sgt View Post
    I thoroughly enjoyed your videos. Got to admit, the speed is "smokin"!!! I'd like to request you make a video just a lil bit different.....Rather than standing stationary, directly in front of the target, anticipating the buzzer, with hand at or on the weapon............How about casually walking two to three feet in front of a row of targets, not knowing when the buzzer will sound, and not knowing if the buzzer will sound as the BG is to your strong side, or whether you hit the end of the row, make a turn and now the buzzer may sound when BG is on your weak side...At the sound of the buzzer, THEN put your two in COM and while retreating, put additional hits in MAIN BG (first target shot) and the BG's on either side of the first target shot....NOW I think you'd be training for something a bit more realistic. I'm sure, simply based on your gun handling skills and experience, that you both will be extremely fast, and will give all of us something to emmulate in our own training...JUST AN IDEA....Thanks for your efforts...
    We do a similar drill when training. Will definitely post a video with your input in mind. Thanks much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by threefeathers View Post
    Great job on great drill. I alter this to use the zip technique but this is fine also.
    This is just one way to do it. Your way is great! Thanks for watching.

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    Thanks for watching: Turboer, Dukalmighty, Crowbait, xXxplosive, threefeathers, QKShooter, Hiram25 and hfjeff.

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