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High-risk, low probability of success, high-skill required
« on: February 25, 2018, 10:21:09 AM »
But very pretty. Nice break-falls by the shooter.

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Re: High-risk, low probability of success, high-skill required
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2018, 10:45:13 AM »
1.) This would never work against a shorter AR-15.

2.) You can train all you want to do this until you can do it fluidly. However, you're going to be toast during the real thing if he actually pulls that trigger before you finish executing -- even if he misses -- unless you have the sheer willpower and focus to ignore the sound of a freaking AR-15 going off right by your ear, and blowing the top layer of your skin off with the burning powder of the muzzle blast. A cannon going off right by one's ear has a tendency to throw off even the most steely of concentrations.

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Re: High-risk, low probability of success, high-skill required
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2018, 12:14:07 PM »
the sound of a freaking AR-15 going off right by your ear, and blowing the top layer of your skin off with the burning powder of the muzzle blast. A cannon going off right by one's ear has a tendency to throw off even the most steely of concentrations.

That would be awful.
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Re: High-risk, low probability of success, high-skill required
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2018, 01:00:09 PM »
the sound of a freaking AR-15 going off right by your ear, and blowing the top layer of your skin off with the burning powder of the muzzle blast. A cannon going off right by one's ear has a tendency to throw off even the most steely of concentrations.

That would be awful.
That happened at the.50 fun shoot last year when someone didn’t put their ears on, standing about 8-10’ from the muzzle.   
Clearly a very painful experience that caught everyone’s attention with a loud expletive string and head holding dance.
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