Shooting the Bad Guy Off Your Gun & Other Stuff

Shooting the Bad Guy Off Your Gun & Other Stuff

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    Shooting the Bad Guy Off Your Gun & Other Stuff



    Here's the latest vid, guys. Hope you enjoy it!
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    Awesome stuff, thanks.

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    Really informative and useful, Paul. Thank you.
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    Good info...
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    usefull info

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    These short, to the point, instruction videos are great stuff Paul.

    Another great one!
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    Bark'n has made a great point about your vid's, Paul.

    The short, succinct (sp?) lessons such as the one above can be viewed, the highlights jotted down on a pocket notepad, (or some sort of I - device) and taken to the range for practice. Each little lesson has one primary point to be practiced, making it easy not be overwhelmed with lotsa multiple stuff drills.
    For example, I can start at your basic gun handling vid, practice the lesson given to a degree of competency, then move onto another lesson. Drawstroke, movement, firing under the circumstances as demo'd above. I really like your ability to convey these points in bite-sized vids, without overwhelming amounts of peripheral 'stuff'.

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    Really appreciate the free and extremely useful instruction. Thank you for your time and effort....
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    As always, thank you for the time and effort you put into these videos. I have learned quite a bit from your segments, and continue to.

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    Harryball and I were just talking about this. I have won many a bet by holding the slide forward with my thumb and firing a round.

    But my God Paul you shot from retention and moved backwards while firing, what on earth makes you think that skill would ever be needed? Great video.
    "A first rate man with a third rate gun is far better than the other way around". The gun is a tool, you are the craftsman that makes it work. There are those who say "if I had to do it, I could" yet they never go out and train to do it. Don't let stupid be your mindset. Harryball 2013

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    Very interesting stuff thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    Harryball and I were just talking about this. I have won many a bet by holding the slide forward with my thumb and firing a round.

    But my God Paul you shot from retention and moved backwards while firing, what on earth makes you think that skill would ever be needed? Great video.
    Great Vid Paul....

    We were just talking about that. I was thinking the same thing about him moving backward. Why would that be needed.....LOL.
    Last edited by Harryball; May 11th, 2012 at 04:10 PM.
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    Good stuff, thanks. Don't overlook the guard position of the left hand. Its got nothing to do with
    the gun but can keep you from getting your head knocked off. It also leaves the option of following
    a single shot to the belly with a hammer fist, head grab, and knee, just to make sure you made your point.

    As for the backing up while firing, makes sense to me. Distance is a friend. When I'm working on my MA
    skills, one drill I like is striking while moving backward several steps; a blow per step. You can then either move
    forward into your opponent or gain a sec to pull a weapon.

    I'm puzzled about the question folks are asking about when that would be needed. What if you get one round off and the BG
    is still on his feet trying to snatch the gun with his left hand? Moving back lets you avoid that grab attempt, and gives you an option to kick the turkey off too. You can't get a good push kick in or a good stomp kick in starting from that
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    Good video! Thanks for taking the time to post.
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    Thumbs up

    Good stuff! Thank you, Paul.
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