inhouse practice

Discussion in 'Education & Training' started by oknow, Nov 29, 2015.

  1. oknow

    oknow
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    only if your better half lets you L O L

     
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  2. Qjay

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    My wife made that joke awhile back, actually.

    Earplugs = Rubber Bullets, indeed...
     
  3. Ironbar

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    I have no revolver, but if I did then that would make an interesting practice tool!
     
  4. Certaindeaf

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    Didn't click. Probably better than wax slugs or those plastic Speer slugs (ouch).
    I'd just dryfire.
     
  5. David Bowman

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    Used to do this with wax and primered cases. Talk about a good time in the garage.

    Pops the "bullet" right out.
     
  6. oknow

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    The distance is good up about 30 ft. With pretty good accuracy.
     
  7. No_Regerts

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    Remember what happened to Bruce Lee's kid? Wouldnt do this at home.
     
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  8. Qjay

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    It's not for shooting other people with, No_R.
     
  9. mkwerx

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    Air soft. Excellent indoor training, and some of those airsoft guns actually have decent triggers, decent sights, and you can get gas blowback actions so you don't need to manually cycle them. It makes for cheap force on force tools as well, provided you don't turn it into a "game"
     
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