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    Tactical denfense classes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4EhX9WN54M

    Hi all,

    Just watched this video and until now hadn't realised how unprepared I was for the zombie apocalypse or 57 armed men attacking me whilst bringing the cows up.
    Geez I don't even own a tactical chest rig that is comfortable enough to sleep in!

    Does anywhere in NZ offer tactical self defence classes so I can fight the North Koreans when they invade? Or if I am attacked by Greens supporters in my sleep?

    On a more serious note, does anyone else here watch these types of videos and think Americans are just a little over the top?
    I can understand being prepared and well practised for a concealed carry situation, or able to use a gun in the dark if I were allowed to keep one for self defence.
    But when it comes to chest rigs and fighting stances and talking about CQB in a self defence situation, is it really necessary?
    Sure it could be fun to do, but I don't think they are doing it just for fun. It makes me glad that we have a firearms licence and stricter rules for owning guns here.
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    Get a bomb implanted in your body that is somehow rigged so once you die it goes off. At least you get the last laugh as you float up and see the twat that killed you spread throughout the household.
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    Lol I though your little write up was funny as.people are allowed to dream especially the ones that swan around with chest rigs and tactical slings and mag dumps lol......good in them my advice is join the defense force and get paid to do it for real

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Lol I though your little write up was funny as.people are allowed to dream especially the ones that swan around with chest rigs and tactical slings and mag dumps lol......good in them my advice is join the defense force and get paid to do it for real
    These ones probably were rejected for serious psychological reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    These ones probably were rejected for serious psychological reasons.

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    Just a guy teaching people to use a shotgun. Wasn't all that 'tactical' was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banana View Post
    Just a guy teaching people to use a shotgun. Wasn't all that 'tactical' was it?
    OK I'll admit this guy wasn't to bad.
    At first he seems like he is just teaching folks to use a shotgun, but it's the small things that make the difference.

    His simple "gear he was running" involves a chest rig that can hold 24 rounds, in quick deployable little doo dahs. Now when I have taught people to shoot my shot gun I usually pull the ammo out of the box, or my pocket, or if I'm feeling a bit hardcore its and ammo belt.
    He mentions fighting stance and the loading through the port instead of from the tube like a normal person, are the first signs of SAS wanabee.

    All these things could be fine, if he was training people for 3 gun or extreme duck shooting. But since it was for beginners or folk interested in self defence, it begins to cross the line.
    Usually I'd expect one to shoot clays if they were wanting to shoot a shot gun well, instead of shooting a shotgun like SWAT.

    It's like Airsoft. Shooting your mates with BB guns is great fun. It's when the Military gear comes out, the badges get sewn and the call signs start getting used it turns south.
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    And he was also teaching proper handgun holstering
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    Having watched 'Doomsday preppers'.....he is actually quite tame.......some real bellends on there.......
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    I'm more alarmed at his pretty lax range control. Head by the muzzle of the shooter, shoots and then causally walks up to the target still holding loaded pistol?
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    Watched a program called Kodiak on Discovery, think its the Island with the bear guides on it. They were teaching their boys (20 year olds) snap shooting as many times as possible at a moving target to simulate a charging bear. One of these ball bags un-shouldered his bolt action to reload and then asked after if it was better to keep it shouldered while reloading? ask the bear when its shitting you out... Or Germans....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beetroot View Post
    All these things could be fine, if he was training people for 3 gun or extreme duck shooting. But since it was for beginners or folk interested in self defence, it begins to cross the line.
    Usually I'd expect one to shoot clays if they were wanting to shoot a shot gun well, instead of shooting a shotgun like SWAT.
    Firearm proficiency is more important in gaming and hunting than it is in self defence?
    They're learning defensive use of a shotgun, and you expect them to shoot clays?

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    I clicked the link and didn't watch the video when I saw it was range time. There was a major Internet shit storm recently over an accusation of Corey's "stolen valor". Claimed he was an Infantry officer in Afghanistan when he actually dropped out of basic or some shit. But that isn't why I didn't watch it I just don't really like them.

    There are lots of different people involved in the serious use scene in the US. Some are really good, some are dip shits. Like anything in life.

 

 

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