Posted On:7/11/2011 3:09am
After he shot himself his training took over and he called his Mom and Pop, shouldn't his training have kicked in earlier and stopped him from shooting himself in his leg?
"things just tend to happen" he says.... to you they tend to happen!!
he then tells us to "Join the NRS to protect your rights" but he's not exactly a poster boy for anything other than a disarmament campaign,
Last edited by philmgriffin; 7/11/2011 3:19am at .
Reason: change of video format
Posted On:7/11/2011 3:42am
Style: MACP Level 1 +1 Mana
Weapon OBVIOUSLY off safe...finger in the trigger well as he draws....two things that I would've gotten skull dragged by my Drill Sergeants for if I did that in BCT. What a fucking idiot. He's lucky that nobody was around...he may have ended up shootin' someone else instead.
Posted On:7/11/2011 6:46am
Style: Jiu Jitsu
Why was he quick drawing six inches away from the target?
What a **** head.
Posted On:7/11/2011 6:59am
Style: CMD MMA
1) I actually respect the fact that he posted that and took responsibility for his actions.
2) He may not think the Sherpa holster was an issue, but the design of it lends itself to problems if careful attention is not paid to the drawstroke.
3) The fact that he was drawing a few inches from the target is not the issue. In fact, an ECQB draw is a valid technique. The issue is a manipulation and operator error problem made worse by the design of the Sherpa holster IMO.
Further commentry and opinion here: http://pistol-training.com/archives/4926
Posted On:7/11/2011 7:01am
"I'm not making this to be ridiculed." Fail.
Posted On:7/11/2011 8:35am
He nearly shot himself in his muffin top. He also forgot to shoot the bad guy. HTFU doughboy.
Posted On:7/11/2011 8:37am
If he shot the head of his dick off would he still have posted the video is the true question.
Posted On:7/11/2011 8:56am
Style: Chameleon Combat Karate
Sounded like he said he just shat himself which, for all we know, may still be true.
Posted On:7/11/2011 10:47am
Style: BJJ, MT, MMA n00b
"Things just tend to happen". No, negligent discharges happen through..... Negligence.
It looks like complacency was an issue here. He did that draw thousands of times, so nothing should go wrong.... Multiple weapon types, multiple set ups.
I do have to give him credit for admitting it was his fault though.
Posted On:7/11/2011 12:46pm
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
post-event credit, for openness, but damn that was stupid.
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