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Old 07-08-2011, 09:19 AM   #21
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maybe its because im not as technically into it as experienced shooters, but i think the most impressive thing you can do with a weapon is practice good safety why try tackling speed shooting drills if the fundamentals of carry/draw arent mastered? its a different scenario if he had all the bragging credentials he lists but then theres an equipment malfunction of some sort, but thats plainly not the case here. what an idiot
It's pretty much RULE #1... keep your finger OFF the trigger until ready to fire
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Lol, had no idea this tard existed. There are tons of guys like this but most are keyboard commandos. When people take the extra step of putting videos together to "educate" others with their "knowledge" it makes it pretty easy to call a spade a spade.

There is always something new to learn with firearms and always someone that knows more than you. The trick is to figure out who actually knows what they are talking about and listen to them. I know my knowledge level and am not afraid to admit my weaknesses and where I need additional training. Coming off like you know more than you do doesn't benefit anyone.
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There are a lot of people online who really shouldn't be doing as much as they are, but whatever, it's a free country. However, one guy I do like is Sturmgewehr with Military Arms Channel. His videos are very concise and very informative, and they're actually very high quality. I feel like he's being a lot more factual and informative without trying to put too much of either an expert position or a personal/emotional appeal.
I have gained more comprehensive insight from his videos of new products than I have from almost any other gun reviewers online.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sturmgewehre
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There are a lot of people online who really shouldn't be doing as much as they are, but whatever, it's a free country. However, one guy I do like is Sturmgewehr with Military Arms Channel. His videos are very concise and very informative, and they're actually very high quality. I feel like he's being a lot more factual and informative without trying to put too much of either an expert position or a personal/emotional appeal.
I have gained more comprehensive insight from his videos of new products than I have from almost any other gun reviewers online.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sturmgewehre
+1. He doesn't load up his vids with personal biases. He also speaks coherently. Hence the reason I can't stand Grebner or Nutnfancy.
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It's pretty much RULE #1... keep your finger OFF the trigger until ready to fire
thats the first thing they said in my BASIC firearm safety training course. youd think someone who touts grebners stats would be familiar with it

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There are a lot of people online who really shouldn't be doing as much as they are, but whatever, it's a free country. However, one guy I do like is Sturmgewehr with Military Arms Channel. His videos are very concise and very informative, and they're actually very high quality. I feel like he's being a lot more factual and informative without trying to put too much of either an expert position or a personal/emotional appeal.
I have gained more comprehensive insight from his videos of new products than I have from almost any other gun reviewers online.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sturmgewehre
favorite video of his

http://www.youtube.com/user/Sturmgew.../0/PC4vPMpDbRY

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Perhaps you should stop responding. It's a no-win for you here. :dunno:
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thats the first thing they said in my BASIC firearm safety training course. youd think someone who touts grebners stats would be familiar with it
That's just it- he has no stats to speak of, aside from just going to multiple training courses and drinking the Kool-Aid, and then regurgitating said Kool-Aid as his own "original" idea.

I think he should have watched his own video first:

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That's just it- he has no stats to speak of, aside from just going to multiple training courses and drinking the Kool-Aid, and then regurgitating said Kool-Aid as his own "original" idea.

I think he should have watched his own video first:

"for all you younger guys out there"...isnt he only 23? god, hes trying so hard and failing

edit: wait a minute, hes from illinois? where the hell does anyone in illinois speak with an accent like that? hopefully i never run into this clown
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thats the first thing they said in my BASIC firearm safety training course. youd think someone who touts grebners stats would be familiar with it


Really no excuse for it, it's all muscle memory from training and repetition.

Whenever I pick up a gun or a water nozzle on my hose or dewalt drill/driver or framing nailer or even my computer mouse.... My finger is always indexed until ready to shoot, water, screw, nail or click.
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Since this is a decent thread that alot of people that have known experience post in, I'd figure I would post my situation.

I'm looking to purchase my first holster. It's going to be IWB for CCW. I've been looking at these holsters for awhile and will probably be getting one.

http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/

Is there something else that I should look into besides this one?
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Since this is a decent thread that alot of people that have known experience post in, I'd figure I would post my situation.

I'm looking to purchase my first holster. It's going to be IWB for CCW. I've been looking at these holsters for awhile and will probably be getting one.

http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/

Is there something else that I should look into besides this one?
Check out Comptac's MTAC. IMO it's less clunky than the supertuck.
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I have heard good things about the CompTac. I would also recommend looking at the Galco KingTuk. Supposedly, a lot of people have been saying it's the most comfortable.
I personally love my CrossBreed SuperTuck and would recommend it. I usually carry my G27 with it off duty, but last month I did some under-cover work wearing shorts and a t-shirt, and I had to carry my full size Glock 22. I had no problem, it was very comfortable, and it was fully concealed without any sign of printing. For an IWB holster, tuckable holsters like the SuperTuck, MTAC and KingTuk are superior in every way, IMO.
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