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I know there's some of you out there that do shit like this when you're bored and walking around your home alone in your underwear. Some people take it way too far.




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Good vid. My wife thinks I am crazy; but watching TV at night or something I will stand up with my vest &/or holster on & with my unloaded sig pistol practice stances, drawing, releasing safety, putting on target, safety & re-holster.. over and over for 30 min to a hour. It really helps to familiarize yourself and condition your muscle responses to these actions. Also helps to overcome, correct obstacles and bad habits. Good to see I am not the only crazy one, lol
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Looks like he should have bought the BOLT ACTION version of that shotgun

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maybe if he spent that time on his career he wouldn't have to sleep on a piece of foam on top of a box spring...

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that ending was completely not what i expected... tosses the pistol then the shot gun on the bed and turns toward the camera, i though he was gonna pull a knife on the camera

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interesting loading techniques on the shotgun.




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maybe if he spent that time on his career he wouldn't have to sleep on a piece of foam on top of a box spring...


You don't have hobbies?


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interesting loading techniques on the shotgun.
Indeed, never seen that before, makes sense as it save part of the pump step, seems tricky though.


To be honest, I practice like this with my rifles and pistols at least a few nights a week. Call him a twat if you want but you should realize that he is quite quick and seems to be fairly proficient with the platforms he's using. While unlikely given his equipment, who's to say that he isn't on an entry team or similar?

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I just assumed this was smartdrug with this glasses off, it's not?

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I honestly kept waiting on the part where he accidentally fired the shotgun.

I've had to do combat loading (popping in the side) of a shotgun for security force training and it's not as easy as he makes it look. I like the slung reloading technique though. Especially while your backup weapon and eyes stay on target.

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I've had to do combat loading (popping in the side) of a shotgun for security force training and it's not as easy as he makes it look. I like the slung reloading technique though. Especially while your backup weapon and eyes stay on target.
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I know many competitive shooters who practice this way. Hell, I do handgun drills while watching football.

My only critique of this guy is his tactical reload method. He pulls his magazine, then retrieves his reload, instead of pulling his spare first. But this fella is rather smooth & his technique is solid overall.
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You don't have hobbies?
I do but playing commando in grandma's room isn't one of 'em.

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I know many competitive shooters who practice this way. Hell, I do handgun drills while watching football.

My only critique of this guy is his tactical reload method. He pulls his magazine, then retrieves his reload, instead of pulling his spare first. But this fella is rather smooth & his technique is solid overall.
key word there, boss.


Let me ask you this: Have you ever taken your sidearm out of your concealed carry holster in a conceal carry state and then placed it on top of the passenger side airbag/dash in plain sight for all to see?
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Practice is the only way to become proficient, the more you practice the more the movements become automatic. which can save your life in a high stress environment.




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key word there, boss.

You said boss. Lulz
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Sleight of hand perk. Well played.

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Sleight of hand perk. Well played.
Yeah I noticed what looked like some sort of unicorn magic when he was loading up the shotty with his left hand.
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To be honest, I practice like this with my rifles and pistols at least a few nights a week. Call him a twat if you want but you should realize that he is quite quick and seems to be fairly proficient with the platforms he's using. While unlikely given his equipment, who's to say that he isn't on an entry team or similar?
He's fast, that's for sure. But it takes a twat to record himself doing that shit on camera and then edit and post a version of that video to YouTube. The first person who can prove to me he's part of any entry team gets a Jimmys dog with a tamale and a medium Dr. Pepper from me.
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Indeed, never seen that before, makes sense as it save part of the pump step, seems tricky though.


To be honest, I practice like this with my rifles and pistols at least a few nights a week. Call him a twat if you want but you should realize that he is quite quick and seems to be fairly proficient with the platforms he's using. While unlikely given his equipment, who's to say that he isn't on an entry team or similar?

Practice makes perfect.... kinda douche-y posting on youtube though. I'll do drills, but I don't broadcast that shit all over the interwebz. Guy does look pretty proficient, I'll give him that.

Anywho...I don't think he's manually returning the forearm. Looks like a pump/semi Benelli M3. He's just hitting the slide release button. Not a bad choice in Shotties.
We learned a similar technique in school for select shell situations. Loaded with buck and you want a slug RIGHT now, that's how we did it.

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lol... i just stumbled on this guy... last night...

i suppose his pistol stance is aight

and the shotgun reload, is for muscle memory. tho... if you have to load the boomstick like that you are probably f'd.

Would not do the belt shell carrier thing personally.
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Let me ask you this: Have you ever taken your sidearm out of your concealed carry holster in a conceal carry state and then placed it on top of the passenger side airbag/dash in plain sight for all to see?
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I do but playing commando in grandma's room isn't one of 'em.
Go watch his other videos, guy has more money in guns than you do in your bike, what makes you think that's grandma's room?

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He's fast, that's for sure. But it takes a twat to record himself doing that shit on camera and then edit and post a version of that video to YouTube. The first person who can prove to me he's part of any entry team gets a Jimmys dog with a tamale and a medium Dr. Pepper from me.
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Is it weird that it seems like most hobbyists seem to be more proficient than most professional soldiers I know?

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Go watch his other videos, guy has more money in guns than you do in your bike, what makes you think that's grandma's room?
Grandma's because it looks like its filled with furniture from 1982. He probably has more $ in his porn collection too - but just like the guns thats not necessarily a good thing.

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Grandma's because it looks like its filled with furniture from 1982. He probably has more $ in his porn collection too - but just like the guns thats not necessarily a good thing.
the dude is in slovenia. are you an expert on the local interior design cues of the region?

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the dude is in slovenia. are you an expert on the local interior design cues of the region?
Then I would buy less guns and leave slovenia.

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Then I would buy less guns and leave slovenia.
Or you could just sack the fuck up, do some training and defend your home. Your guns will be on your side when your soft ass is being beaten by this next generation of Nazis:






You think you stand a chance without a firearm?


I realize this is Russia, but we have the same thing here.

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That is badass
Same dude posted that vid. He appears to be training to fight skynet.
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