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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rdb241, Nov 3, 2015.
That ain't practice that's his job.
So it took as many years it is from probably 18 from however old he is.
All 5ft 3 of him,lol
He's gona loose an eye doin that!
No no no 'e al ways were da safe glass,no? and y elmo
An I fix you post up dare
Practice? Tactical beard and tatts and the rest comes naturally. Practice lol
It'd be interesting to see how smooth he is with actual live rounds incoming, aimin' to maimin'.
Copy that. Roger.
Looked to me like that was his first time handling a handgun.
Notice the Lamaze technique breathing while shooting that he had to master as well.
Maybe it was beginners luck?
According to my Marine friend, all Marines come out of basic like that........
Seriously that guy was probably in some form of special forces, from his accent maybe in the UK.
Italian spec ops he was... He smells of garlic anyhow
One night in a Holiday Inn Express......
The guy is darn good but watch all his different facial expressions as he draws and shoots.
LOL... my dad used to make faces like that when he was swinging a hammer, it always used to crack me up when I was a kid.
Well, I, for one, do not want to gunfight this guy!
I got a kick out of his facial expressions!
Yeah I noticed that too.
Must be nice to have unlimited supply of ammo, targets, gear, and film/equipment to do that all day.
He's good as his craft because of the insane amounts of time dedicated to it and nothing else.
My hats off to him...that's a nice skillset.
When the boolits are flying back at you, you fall back to instinct.
If you train your instinct then you will look like this guy when the sky falls...
Well, you gotta admit.... the "snoopy war face" he puts on is entertaining, too.