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    Good stuff from the past; still relevant

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    Now THAT'S "old school"! You're right though, very good information that still has applications even today. Did you find one for the "Judicious Application of the Slap-Jack"?
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    Every one of them held on to their empties while they were reloading, and what was with the exaggerated draw? Were they pretending to sweep a coat out of the way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt45 View Post
    Every one of them held on to their empties while they were reloading, and what was with the exaggerated draw? Were they pretending to sweep a coat out of the way?
    Yeah, some of it looks a little funny . But at least they focused on hitting the target.
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    Yep, that is old......
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    Very interesting.
    I could not help but notice the absence of recoil or muzzle flip like I get on my 1911.
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