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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Yamamoto View Post
    Being able to make a shot from odd positions where sight picture is not possible carries a lot more weight in my opinion.
    Well...most of "those guys" either are too overweight to ever be able to fight from anything but standing in their range position, or their soft lotiony hands would be injured by the gravel. But that...shooting from odd positions where the pistol is not up to your eye, and yet the target is not in body contact with yous.

    As well as these...

    1). Shooting from a moving platform to a stationary target
    2). Shooting from stationary position into a moving vehicle
    3). As a back up to both RMR and Irons
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    "I gotta gun, don't need to know how to fight!"

    Yesterday's Elmer Fudd is today's Dewey Crowe.

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  3. #23
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    Yesterday's Elmer Fudd is today's Dewey Crowe.

    DUUUUUDE!!!!

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  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Yamamoto View Post
    "I gotta gun, don't need to know how to fight!"

    Yesterday's Elmer Fudd is today's Dewey Crowe.
    Nicely done
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  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    Well...most of "those guys" either are too overweight to ever be able to fight from anything but standing in their range position, or their soft lotiony hands would be injured by the gravel. But that...shooting from odd positions where the pistol is not up to your eye, and yet the target is not in body contact with yous.

    As well as these...

    1). Shooting from a moving platform to a stationary target
    2). Shooting from stationary position into a moving vehicle
    3). As a back up to both RMR and Irons
    Ballistic shield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Ballistic shield.

    Yes...although that sort of fits in the unorthodox shooting positions category.
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    Thanks very much Gabe for broaching the the topic of the pistol mounted laser and light along with the rugged miniaturized red dot sights. I will reread everything that has been written so far and the promise
    More to come
    I am most interested in what you and your staff have to say on the pistol mounted laser relative to combat for the civilian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnetmill View Post
    I am most interested in what you and your staff have to say on the pistol mounted laser relative to combat for the civilian.
    When I say Off Duty, Undercover, or CCW that is kinda who we are discussing
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  9. #29
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    Without proper training, Lasers slow most shooters down to an unacceptable level during a short range gun fight. Typically most shooters spend precious seconds looking for the laser on the target instead of tracking the red dot and pressing the trigger. During CQB training, I learned to simply flash the green laser to confirm my sight picture and the press. A quick burst of green was all that was needed.

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    I haven’t even got to play with a Stakeout yet; but is there a role for a laser on that type of weapon?
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit." -Aristotle

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