discipline

Video game site Kotaku takes a look:

If the safety is off, or if the gun is loaded without you being aware of it, keeping your finger off the trigger will ensure that you’re using it safely. Until you are ready to fire the gun, until you are ready to destroy what you’re pointing at, you should keep your finger off the trigger. It’s far too easy to accidentally pull the trigger because of a spasm or startled response to something.

Mostly, but there’s no reason to have your finger on the trigger even if there is a safety and you “know” that it’s on.

Check out the full article over at Kotaku.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: James

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The movie looks corny as expected. I’ll probably see it some day, but not in the theater.

Now onto the pics:

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Our favorite badass Alabama farmer, businessman, cop, marine is at it again:

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You heard the man… if a thug or criminal tries to steal his buddy John McMillan’s yard signs the next shot isn’t going to be a warning!

If you haven’t seen the original video and the parody check out these links:

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Minnesota Vikings cheerleaders visit soldiers May 20th at Camp Victory in Iraq:

OMG trigger discipline! I guess the girl on the left doesn’t like her fellow cheerleader who is holding the M9 :P

More at the 1st Armored Division’s facebook page – HERE

Hat Tip: Murdoch

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Priceless… and with surprisingly better trigger discipline… but still poor muzzle control :P

I’m sure that won’t be the last parody we see of that political Ad.

If you haven’t yet seen the original Dale Peterson video, check it out HERE

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