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    I give it 3 tacticools.



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    muzzle control is poor at best
    I think that's being quite generous. The big guy in the black was aiming all over the place. The gun was pointing almost straight up during his reload, and he was "dangling" it during another portion of the video.

    I don't live anywhere near Dallas, but if I did I would now have one "training school" to cross off my list.

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    Not to mention that no one had rounds chambered prior to beginning the shoot. Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols Though in the case of these people, that could have been horrible.

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    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols
    Outside of John Woo movies and spaghetti westerns, I don't think I've ever seen anyone effectively shoot more than one gun at a time. Honestly, I don't see how doing so would ever be advantageous in a firefight.

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    Cue-Ball wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols
    Outside of John Woo movies and spaghetti westerns, I don't think I've ever seen anyone effectively shoot more than one gun at a time. Honestly, I don't see how doing so would ever be advantageous in a firefight.
    Then again, I don't know how advantageous taking cover behind an aluminum trailer or not keeping a round chambered would be in a firefight

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    Cue-Ball wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols
    Outside of John Woo movies and spaghetti westerns, I don't think I've ever seen anyone effectively shoot more than one gun at a time. Honestly, I don't see how doing so would ever be advantageous in a firefight.
    What if you get approached by two BGs with weapons from two sides at the same time? eh eh eh??? You could like cross your arms for better support er somethin..

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    DreQo wrote:
    Cue-Ball wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols
    Outside of John Woo movies and spaghetti westerns, I don't think I've ever seen anyone effectively shoot more than one gun at a time. Honestly, I don't see how doing so would ever be advantageous in a firefight.
    What if you get approached by two BGs with weapons from two sides at the same time? eh eh eh??? You could like cross your arms for better support er somethin..
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    DreQo wrote:
    Cue-Ball wrote:
    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Also disappointed that no one was wielding dual pistols
    Outside of John Woo movies and spaghetti westerns, I don't think I've ever seen anyone effectively shoot more than one gun at a time. Honestly, I don't see how doing so would ever be advantageous in a firefight.
    What if you get approached by two BGs with weapons from two sides at the same time? eh eh eh???




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    SEE! They made a movie about it so it MUST be a good idea!!

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    Yeah, well, Clive Owen is no pansy Texan either.

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    I need to take a video of me doing tacticlol stuff with two glock 19s with 33rnd mags....

    But then, 33rnd mags are expensive and are pointless

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    kurtmax_0 wrote:
    I need to take a video of me doing tacticlol stuff with two glock 19s with 33rnd mags....

    But then, 33rnd mags are expensive and are pointless
    Pointless?? If you're double-tapping every BG (like you should) then that's only 16.5 BGs before you have to reload! And that's only IF they're not wearing body armor requiring a third shot to the head!! Gosh now that I think about it my 12 rnd magazines are leaving me severely under-powered....

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    Well. It would be hard to carry concealed with the 33rnd mags.

    Although, if I OCed, I could.

    *pictures walking around with a holster on each hip and mags sticking out 15 cm behind me*

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    kurtmax_0 wrote:
    I need to take a video of me doing tacticlol stuff with two glock 19s with 33rnd mags....

    But then, 33rnd mags are expensive and are pointless
    You just need to perfect the art of reloading two pistols...

    Once I get the money and the age together, I might get around to getting a second Ruger Redhawk to carry... Pointless, I know.

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    I think they had to switch to guns because their swordsmanship was worse...



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    What I'd really like is one of those gun extender thingies. Like, you know, in Equilibrium. They store in the arms of your trench coat and go *SHING* and push the pistol out into your hand.

    It's gotta make the *SHING* sound too...

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    You'd have to have pretty big sleeves on your trenchcoat to fit the 33 rd mags...



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