This is what they consider a “training warm-up” complete with fake Russian accents:
The video is titled “Shotguns a way of life”… so the “way of life” is that most of you miss basically ALL the shots you take? Cool way of life bro. I don’t claim to be king of the clays (because I’m not)… but this is really bad.
3:30 – Nerds and Skittles loads hahahha. Why not, after all they are warming up for some training.
6:00 – 10 Push-ups for muzzle sweeping a buddy. hahah yea no big deal, you could have just killed your friend… just laugh it off do the push-ups.
What’s with having the guy operating the clay thrower in front of the line of fire? The best was when the clay flew left, but luckily hunting camo guy had the quick foresight not to pull the trigger. They violate a lot of basically safety rules, and considering they aren’t new to this, and aren’t 5 years old they really should know better. Oh right… when you’re an operator you don’t need to abide by the same rules as the rest of us commoners.
The best shit that popped into my mind lately was “Hey I know that logo!”. Behold:
Yea ok it’s a bit of a stretch, but there are definitely lots of similarities.
Oh man… these guys are pure gold on multiple layers. It’s like a derp onion. Thoughts?
Ban assault knives! Ban assault Asian dudes! Ban bandana and track pant wearing assault thugs!
So what’s the lesson here? Police either should draw their guns during routine interaction with a person, or else maintain a huge distance between them and the person to avoid getting potentially stabbed? Better issue every police officer bull horns so they can yell at people from a distance with their gun ready. Maybe even just to be safe the police officer could get a remote controlled robot to deliver a cellphone to the person they want to talk to, while they sit 200+ yards away with the guy lined up in the crosshairs of a precision rifle.
You’re probably not operator enough to understand this:
Operators operate with so much finesse over in Israel. I wonder if like their nice clothing, that finesse with someday also reach our shores? I see the vid is watermarked 2002, so god only knows how fancy they are now. My guess is it would embarrass the shit out of us and our standard tactical training.
I put so many moves from this vid in my long term memory. You’ll notice to look the coolest you have to roll with a tight crew that all dresses the same; absolutely crucial.
This will help you get your technique down before you inevitably have to pistol whip someone for real someday.
Here are some tips for those of you who are new to pistol whipping:
Get the person on their knees. They obviously aren’t going to want to kneel down infront of you… the solution? Some Bruce Lee style move on the back of their knee caps. Since you roll so deep, this is actually a good task for a member of your entourage to perform. You’ve got a whole 9 steps ahead of you, energy has to be conserved.
Alright here we go… start the interaction off by asking a really vague or even a rhetorical question. ”Oh you didn’t think I’d ______ huh?”
Next you’re going to want to throw in a statement about how they shouldn’t have messed with you. This is probably quite evident by now… but still, pistol whipping is all about being dramatic so make this part good.
Tell them that you are in fact going to whip them with your pistol.
Describe exactly what is going to happen and how it’s going to feel. ”The slide of my Glock is going to hit the side of your face and shatter your pretty cheekbone into 1000 fragments and you’re going to taste gunshot residue, regret, and… etc.. etc..”
Ask them if they are ready for it.
Count down from five. 5……4……3 *WAPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPOw*. Yea you hit them on 3… that’s a total boss move I learned from my dentist.
Over enunciate a really solid swear word or profanity laden phrase, as dramatically as possible while they are lying there bleeding. This part is absolutely crucial. Yea they could be unconscious or really dazed, but again this is all just all about looking the coolest possible infront of whoever is watching.
Act like you didn’t enjoy it. Shake your head, scowl scoff. It’s kind of like “cool guys don’t look at explosions”. You’re going to come across as a herb if you get all giddy that you just laid steel to face. You’re not a herb are you? Of course not… you made it to step #9.
Casually walk away, or more realistically get on your badass custom hog and ride away without a care in the world.
Every once and a while you might learn something from this blog:
I’m not going to lie, when you learn something here chances are it will be accident because someone doing the teaching has one of my company’s t-shirts on. Such is the case here Cory is sporting his trademark tightly manicured operator AF facial hair and the Pictogram Fire Selector Switch t-shirt… a deadly combo.
No word on whether Erika practices her heavy bag beatings with a dry fire pistol. I kid… I kid. Cory and Erika are good people, who have also obviously forgiven me for poking fun at them in the past. They keep the videos really pro now, but nothing is off limits with me so I’m keeping an eye on them.
They run a training school (Range Time) out of Lewis Indiana if you’re looking for some instruction.