AR and my technique has evolved since that year
Dry fire move and turn practice with
carbine and Nelson
I describing how I load my HK Benelli M1 Super 90 for lonely places I
difference and with the AR-10 muzzle brake on my Sako 30-06 precision
(9.5lbs with scope then. Now 11.0 lbs with scope, bipod, muzzle
Factory 30-06 168gr
I just saw something funny in the
clip. The way I invented years ago to manipulate
the bolt after the shot was to reduce movement signature (sniper
wannabee) and make sure the ejected
brass wouldn't reflect sunlight.
Today, I just
saw a preview of Jim Gilliland's video (Panteo Productions) and jumped
when I realized how similar it was (I just have to knife hand it).
Thank you so much David, Jim, Melissa, Rob and Aussi-Rob!!!
I let myself
get tired (~70lb hunting bow) while sighting in arrows with broadheads
Low light practice with my Kahr P380
carried in cargo pocket, multiple targets
I'd like to thank the cameraman who is sadly no longer with us.
j/k j/k (on a tripod)
Transision from M1Super90 to Glock
27 with .357 Sig barrel, Factory 125gr FMJ
I used an audio application to time the splits (originally used a Pact III timer but lost those notes)
and I think I can do better now - that was about five years ago.
avg split times: 0.33 sec
Shot time (sec)
Delta time (sec)
Defense Humor. Note: These are not the tactics nor
techniques I would use!!