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Ranges and Self-Defense Skills

Discussion in 'Self Defense and Handgun Carry' started by gerhard1, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. druryj

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    What’s jimmy rustling? New one on me.


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    As a general rule, rustling usually involves paper or livestock...
    :lookaroun
     
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    Or leaves, I have oft heard the rustling of the leaves in the fall.

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    Yeah, or crisp dollar bills, but jimmys?


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    And you are spot on as well. What you mention is why I don’t give a crap what folks do. These days, I only talk or write for my own benefit it seems
     
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    I haven't seen it yet. Or at least not anything but pieces of it. There have been some other stuff he has put out. Like never a case where a weapon light was used (or appeared to be needed) in a Civilian SD event other than inside a house. He did make a statistical report of those that were at the Rangemaster Instructor Reunion as to the carry gear ( I think the number was 51) . Guns make, action, size, caliber, holster material and position carried etc. It was interesting as was the subsequent surveys of a broader Rangemaster group and a third of his audience. I have some of the reunion info handy.

    86% Striker
    12% DA
    2% SA

    72% Glock and M&P
    6% HK
    6% Beretta
    4% Sig
    4% CZ
    2% 1911

    94% Fullsize
    6% SubCompact
     
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    Not sure what is going on with it. It was up earlier, but I'm getting an error now.
     
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    Interesting stats on the full size vs subcompact. I would have thought more on the subcompact.
     

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