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Old 02-28-2014, 12:18 AM   #21
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Just noticed this, but in the original video - at 2:17, the camera pivots. A cameraman sitting downrange???
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Old 02-28-2014, 09:56 AM   #22
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While it is possible to have done this via remote, I wouldn't put it past these jackasses to do just that ^
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Old 03-03-2014, 01:07 PM   #23
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My favorite parts were:

0:46 - When they were all lined up, did a quick draw while spinning 180 and sweeping the entire line and then fired. I'd probably want to be the guy at the far end of the line for that one.

The room clearing maze at the end. I swear it looks like guys are running through doorways and making 90 degree turns into the line of fire while their partners are still shooting through walls from the other room.

Edit: so is this real, or is it like a sh1tty training program for actors on action tv shows? Because that would make a lot of sense.

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Old 03-04-2014, 02:10 AM   #24
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It's a real training company. There really are people this stupid. Firearms training is like anything else, what you know and what you espouse is all relative to what you've been exposed to and what your point of reference is. There are plenty of horseshit training groups that get glowing reviews by students. Problem is that most training groups allow students to do things that they normally would never do on their own, or be allowed to do at their own range. For some people, they are so ignorant to the process and the training environment that they have no idea what good training really is. For both of these, it's akin to letting someone who's never been in a Ferrari drive it around the block. They may not get anything substantive, but they'll probably say it was the coolest thing every. Those of us who have been in Ferraris or other sports cars before are a lot more critical, and it takes more than a few hundred yards to make us evaluate a car.
Lastly, there are people who get their egos or imaginations fed by participating, and that gives them validation. These are the mall ninjas who get to play Tactical Fantasy Band Camp. The training above fills every category. It's worse than Tactical Response or FrontSight.
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