Even in theory this looks like complete LSHD shit to me. What do I know though?
Why does the instructor have his finger on the trigger a lot of the time? Quite unprofessional.
1:23 – “If I pulled the trigger the firearm probably malfunctioned” – UHHHHH no, it would have fired… it just wouldn’t have chambered another round or ejected that spent casing.
2:18 – “I cover the weapon… Ok? I cover my own weapon” – Hmmm I’ll pass on that advice bro. LOL
2:33 – Shooting while holding your own slide ON PURPOSE… oh lawd. *face palm*
4:47 – So this instructor is so professional he can’t even tell the difference between 9mm and .40? I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and pretend that was just to fill otherwise dead air in the video at that point, and let the viewers know what caliber at the same time.
5:08 – Man… so much can go wrong when you’re setting up this DERP grip. First of all if your finger is out of the trigger guard (where it should be) you now officially wrapped your other hand around it… keeping it from going in the trigger guard when you WANT to fire. So you loosen the grip when you want to put your finger in? Plus you have to worry about the meat on your palm not hanging over the front at all in the heat of the moment.
At certain points in the video I lost track of whether this guy was trying to sell me a used car, or a handgun CQB technique.
Gracie Survival Tactics is the place you can train if you like the idea of this.
Thoughts? Would try in your own operations?
Hat tip: Adrian