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Old 08-19-2017, 15:41   #1
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Another invention of the Rhodesian conflict era, this is a double tap to the body and then one to the head (just to make sure).

I saw a video about this tactic's origin which said the Rhodesian solder came upon a Cuban fighting on the other side with body armor at close range. He double tapped him but with the armor he did not stop until the head short which then and thereafter became the standard for CQC. I don't know why it would be limited to a pistol except maybe that a rifle bullet will penetrate body armor.

Please delete this it is a duplicate

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