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Old 05-10-2011, 12:47   #1
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I tried this with several guys, using Air soft and face-throat protection. Maybe Dennis's Salt Lake City cops couldn't reliablly react, draw and hit the chest of guys who charged them from 7 yds before they attacker was able to strike them, but using an IWB rig, I was able to hit my "attackers' many times, and some were never able to strike me at all! :-) I simply backed up as I drew and fired. You have to be smarter than the tools you are trying to use, people. In the 1.5 seconds it takes a REALLY fast man to charge 7 yds from a standing start (most are more like 2 seconds) you can back up another 10 ft or more. That adds another 1/2 second or more to the time it takes him to reach you, which lets you back up another step or so, so your total time becomes a lot more like 2.0 or 2.5 seconds, which is plenty of time to draw and repeatedly hit a man who is only 5-10 ft away from the muzzle of your pistol.

Sure, you MIGHT be disabled, or trapped in a corner, somehow, but that is not the origninal proposition imposed by the Tueller Drill, now, IS it? Nothing about being "immobilized" is predicated in the Drill itself. yet many "think" that the Tueller Drill is some sort of manifesto for shooting at a knife or club wielder at 30 ft. No, it's about DRAWING after a man charges you, from 21 ft, and he will cover the first 10 ft or so in 1 second, so will be FIRING at 10 ft or less. Understand the difference?
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No I don't, could you explain it in another way?
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Perhaps in prison slang?
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Old 05-11-2011, 14:46   #4
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would you, could you- shoot with a fox?
would you, could you -chat In a box?

No, I would not, could not shoot with a Fox,
I could not, would not understand Tap in a box!

His theories reek of neither here nor there,
we do not like Tap ANYWHERE...

Tap would not, could not take down a perp,
Tap Would not, could not stare down a twerp -
He plays with airsoft all day long,
his mother thinks his mind is wrong.

He's a Joke and that's no lie -
try things his way and you are sure to die!
eaten by bear or gunned down by man,
thats what'll happen if you follow his plan.


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Old 05-11-2011, 15:25   #5
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Old 05-12-2011, 05:08   #7
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Outstanding wit.
About tap the twit.
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Old 05-12-2011, 12:50   #8
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again, not a word of logical attempt to refute or even augment what I said, cause you don't KNOW enough to do so! If you guys knew how stupid you prove yourselves to be with such posts, you'd laugh yourselves to death. :-)
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But I have logically argued with you over in the M1 Garand forum, you never responded. In fact, you've refused to in several threads:

http://www.perfectunion.com/vb/rifle...-ga-shell.html
http://www.perfectunion.com/vb/rifle...-lbs-gear.html
http://www.perfectunion.com/vb/m1-ga...ak-points.html
http://www.perfectunion.com/vb/rifle...acy-3-moa.html
http://www.perfectunion.com/vb/handg...d-attacks.html
and other users have done it better than me in other threads too. You just refuse to acknowledge them.
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Old 05-12-2011, 13:26   #10
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again, not a word of logical attempt to refute or even augment what I said, cause you don't KNOW enough to do so! If you guys knew how stupid you prove yourselves to be with such posts, you'd laugh yourselves to death. :-)
Refute what?


You just wrote a scenario based on airsoft with pre identified attackers, and then said "understand the difference?"

Straw man arugment; I like Bananas. Understand the difference?
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No I don't, could you explain it in another way?
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No I don't, could you explain it in another way?
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Classes and real life are two totally different scenarios. Real life action - have any?
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