Posted On:11/23/2005 11:33am
Style: grab & elbow the head
USE INTERNET EXPLORER, FIREFOX DOES NOT WORK FOR THIS CLIP
Posted On:1/22/2006 7:22pm
Style: Reality based
Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
Taebo, if we wanted to get "technical" about it, we could add resistance variables into your equation, such as terrain, obstacles, environment, the leg strides of the man, his conditioning, the training, skill level and handling of the firearm user, etc. Therefore, the 20 ft variable is general and in general terms, I can cover this distance. It's not a big deal. Naturally, you'll need the next second to plunge the knife into your intended victim, subsequently, the point is that the guy with the firearm will not have a lot of time to draw his weapon, take aim and fire.
Well said KF !! End of technical variables B.S. and don't forget about Murphy's law which could add more variables into your equations . I never could understand how people sit and talk about confrontations in the first place . It makes very little common scents to many variables into equations for talk, "what if "factor and etc. Unless you had apart of the confrontation in the first place you can't get "technical" or you can what if "all day.
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