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I'm going with two spinning cut eyebrow kicks while I unholster both Glock 19s...simultaneously firing at two of the assailants. My momentum will take me right at head level with the third and one more kick will dispatch him as well. Back in my car within 2 minutes...awaiting the traffic to clear.
we're gonna need a bigger popcorn...
 

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Lets see it, video if you would be so kind.
It was in some stupid movie that my nephew recommended to us. Forgot the name of the hero but he dispatched an entire gang of bad guys by doing more Kung Fu than a Saturday Bruce Lee movie all the while firing whatever full auto and semi auto had.....in each hand.
I think we watched about 15 minutes of it. A really bad movie.
 

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I am guessing you have a limited intellectual capacity if you have to resort to insults and asking if I can read. When the bullets are coming in your direction, everything changes. I can tell you that I have been in actual live shooter situations and while I do not doubt the one described happened, there is not nearly enough information to know what you would do. Further, unless you have been there you have no idea what you would REALLY do once the situation happens. When your brain starts to rapidly releases cortisol, adrenaline (aka epinephrine), and other hormones like serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine your square range, paper target, training goes out the window. Frankly, it is pretty useless anyway, other than to hone your fundamental skills of grip, stance and aim. When your heart begins to race, blood vessels constrict, and blood pressure skyrockets, in turn rapidly delivering oxygen and sugar to your muscles, you will find that your brain goes into overdrive and you will likely experience tunnel vision. These are all involuntary responses and while they can be controlled to some extent with experience, force on force training and/or combat experience, they never go away. If you have never tried force on force training, give it a try and let me know how your "plan" works out. If you have done force on force, then you will surely know that there is no way to know how any individual will react to a situation they are not prepared for. The one thing we all should know as shooters is that no situation ever goes as planned. As for me getting off on the wrong foot all I can say is lighten up and have a laugh every once in a while. The world is not out to get you.
Good Lord I don鈥檛 even know where to start.
So; if you think you need to 鈥渟chool us鈥 on any of that basic crap you spouted (basic to us, anyway), you fell onto the wrong forum.

But don鈥檛 take my word for it鈥. :ROFLMAO:
 

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I'm pretty damn sure brownie knows pretty well how he would react to most attackers in this scenario and has during his storied history in actual bad guy encounters. So you obviously have very little idea who brownie is, what his skills are, or how he's demonstrated those skills on multiple occasions against real threats on the battlefield and on the streets. So yes, YOUR postulated scenario pretty much put you in a bad light with many here. (n)
It damn sure did, and his 鈥渇ollowup鈥 was worse..
At this point; I wouldn鈥檛 pee on him if he was on fire. 馃憥馃憥
 

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Again, I will apologize for not looking carefully enough at where this was posted and that was my mistake. I also agree I do not know anyone's level of training out here other than my own. I can say my training is quite extensive over 30+ years, but it may be less than some and more than others. I have BTDT on more than one occasion and it never gets easier or comfortable. I am an active participant in the the competitive shooting and training community and do believe there is a brotherhood amongst shooters and especially amongst those who take the time and effort to train. I always tell people just because you can play the piano, it does not mean you are ready for Carnegie Hall. I am not a troll or a douche bag (maybe an asshole) and I certainly did not mean to insult anyone. I have since read in other sub forums you guys are a sarcastic bunch and I was only trying to be funny. So in the end I again apologize if I insulted anyone as that was not my intent. I would ask you guys give me a pass on this one and know I will be more careful in the future. I may still be sarcastic as it is in my DNA, but I will certainly do my best to be more careful.
I very much appreciate your apology!
It takes a much bigger man to apologize than to keep piling it on. 馃憤馃憤

You have no way of knowing, but many of us have trained together, socialized, and/or been trained by some on this forum. So, when someone appears to be denigrating friends/training partners/mentors; it鈥檚 taken personally by more than just the intended recipient.

Sincerely; welcome to the forum!

Oh; based on your sincere apology; I WILL pee on you if you鈥檙e ever on fire in my proximity. :ROFLMAO: (y)
 

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you see two guys exit a vehicle 2-3 cars in front of you with AK47's/AR15's. They start firing on vehicles, and you're in the line of fire and may take incoming immediately.

What are you going to do?
My first reply to this question was to follow my instincts and be cautious. To try to get to the rear of the vehicle for hard cover and then reassess the situation.

Second guessing ones self isn't exactly my style, but the problem is that using the door as soft cover means squat if the guy on my side opens fire.

The only other thing that makes sense is to take the seat belt off and aim at the guy in front on my side. My HSTs are rated to go thru windshield glass. Hiting and wounding the guy shouldn't be the problem. Though all that movement is eye catching and you are a sitting duck. The problem is getting out of the vehicle quickly enough so that one isn't a stationary target for the second guy.

Or is the best bet is to throw caution to the wind and if both men are visible, shoot at them both? Turning an ambush around causes interesting psychological affects, but darned if that doesn't seem to seriously push one's luck.

Thoughts?
 
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