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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Kimber Custom, Mar 21, 2014.
Wait, you want me to do what?
I like how there are ND's around the feet of the shooters. @3:48-49
I saw it last week on Larry Vicker's TacTv...
pretty intense ,but makes sense.if you havn't been shot at, how do you know how you will react.
The Russians are badass.
I think leos should train like this.. Perhaps they'd be less likely to murder an innocent person if they knew what it felt like to be in a real combat scenario.
Instead of the, "thin blue line", it'd be more like the, "wide brown streak".
Obviously, as with other Russian occupations, surviving the training is an important part of continued employment. Wonder how many foot wounds they have on a daily basis.
No worries... Foot grow back, da?
So these guys are good enough to shoot each other but yet can't refrain from ND while shoving a dude in training? Hmmmm.
The instructor was telling him to fire off rounds at the ground.
That's about as live-fire as training can get, I would think.
I don't think the "ND's" were actually ND's. Looking at his firearms control his finger is off the trigger unless he's shooting, and he makes a visible effort to short 10-20 degrees away from himself every time he does it.
Although I wouldn't be about the standing next to the target bit.
Anytime I see someone being unsafe with a firearm now. I'm gonna call it a "Russia Only Drill".
In the super advanced class they chug a liter of vodka first. "keepin it real" is their motto
These Russians are. I've met a lot of other Russians that think they're badass, but are not.
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