All targets are not equal especially when a firearm is involved you fruitloop.
Originally Posted by curby82
Why do you have to sound like a TFT advertisement every time you fantasize about taking some bad guy out?
because quite frankly if the technique just showed him stepping in and toe kicking the guy in the groin and then with another step while he is going into his picture perfect groin reaction gave him a double forarm strike to the neck, causeing him to faint noone would have thought much of the gun because those targets are obvious to us, but quite frankly after kicking the guy in the balls, knocking him unconsious, then crushing his throat so he sufficates in his sleep, would me now picking up his gun that I know absolutly nothing about and shooting him be any worse than what I just did to him? some may still say yes quite boldly and thats ok I guess because all our lives we have been taught the gun carries all the power and to always respect and take care of the gun before anything else.
Ahh, here we go again, the "systema debate defense," you can't possibly comprehend what's being done on the video clip unless you purchase the series or attend live training, right? Funny how that doesn't seem to apply to brazilian jujitsu video footage.
The vids are not there to show you how to go about injuring a man with a gun, it's to show you different ways in which the principles can be imployed also the joint breaking and weapons vids do not go very in depth into TFT's principles, if you want a clear understanding on what it is about you will first need to get thier seminar series or attend one of thier live trainings.
News flash moron, unless the firearm is dropped, manipulation of the guy with the firearm will move it around whether the operator decides to or not. How can you possibly be this stupid?
OH P.S. the gun does not do anything but what the operator tells it to,
You see, I'm terribly confused. If this were true, why does the leg takedown result in TFT instructor torin having the field of fire going right into his ass? Well, I guess that's one way to shield innocent bystanders, just not a terribly bright way to go about doing it.
and TFT also goes in depth as well in showing you how to insure that you don't get shot accidentally while the guy is falling etc as well as ensureing the safety of bystanders
How, by shooting yourself in the ass? Another thing, a true professional is always concerned with both himself and the innocent bystanders. Just ask any law enforcement officer.
but as alwasy the primary concern is yourself