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Discussion in 'Firearm Training' started by Defcon Shooter, Oct 7, 2020.
Wow the 1911 didnt jam? How did that not happen???
Only one gun jammed during the 1250 rounds we fired. It was a Glock 22. They took it to the gunsmith and he changed out the slide stop spring cured it
Seemed like way too low capacity gun. Frequently having to do Tac reloads during the drill seemed crazy.
Say thank you. Then negotiate, "100 million, or she's yours forever. That's my final offer."
You’re gonna go far
Heck, Meadhall gets plenty of world class instructors right into this state and people still won't go to class (on top of there being a couple of great Okie instructors). I don't get folks that won't train. Or the full on Dunning-Kruger epidemic of people that think they don't need training.
All of us are our own first responders and if you've elected to protect your family, then you should probably get the skills to do it properly. Props to you for doing it and also sharing it to encourage others.
+ 1000 on those comments.
Kudus to Defcon shooters taking the training. You are doing what 99.99% of shooters need to do.
Going to the range and popping off a few rounds isn't training,
Grandpas advice isn't typically training.
Your taking the right path and I admire you for it. If some of the folks on this forum ever had to go through a shoot house, they might have a different opinion about their "level of training".
That video gave me wood!