Not a clerk to be messed with!

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    Not a clerk to be messed with!

    I doubt this is a new clip but I had not seen it.

    Store clerk ''deals'' with five robbers!!!

    http://www.filecabi.net/video/5robbers.html
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    It's a shame it was so fuzzy, really hard to make out.
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    Typical security cam' Rick but - if you save it to disk and run it a time or three - you'll the clerk at rear position gets ''busy'' - at least one BG falls.

    Just good to see BG intimidation fail - badly
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Typical security cam' Rick
    Yea, I realize that, and probably a 10th copy of someone's low-res copy to start with!
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    5:1 odds. Pretty ballsy on the part of the clerk, but he's certainly not one I'd call a sheeple.
    Hope they caught the rest of the scum.
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    That is for sure a cleark ya dont wanna mess with

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    This proves again that if you ever have to use your weapon in self defense you probably will be within 5 feet of your attacker!! I practice at 15 feet and feel that is way too far away. If ever I have to use my weapon it will probably not come out of the holster until BG is right up on me and I'll just have time to shoot from the hip, not even point and shoot. This bothers me. How do you feel about how close you might have to be?

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    Not sure 15' is too far away to practice Hank - working as I do that on the basis of acceptable accuracy at that range, plus aquiring best speed of presentation I can - then closer is certainly stacking accuracy odds in my favor.

    True - time is all critical when that close and that close would sure not be from choice.

    It probably calls for near point shooting for first shot or two - and possibly from close retention - once tho those shots are outbound, chances are BG/BG's are already reacting to incoming and so you'll progress into a full shooting stance. Probably anyways.

    One thing - it'll all go down REAL fast!!
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    I can only imagine. But, I feel that if the perp has a knife, I'm drawing, because most likely he'll run like crazy.

    In the horrendous case that the perp has a gun, I'd probably run to his flank if possible, because 9 out of 10 of these idiots couldn't hit the broad side of a barn with a bass drum. I'd draw and start moving at the same time as firing, so it'd be harder for him to hit me, and he'd likely be standing there shooting as a still target. Let's hope I never have to find out, though.
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