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Old 12-23-2014, 01:17 PM
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So if you design the tire for a fighter plane does that make you a fighter pilot?
No, it means that you know what it takes for a plane to get off the ground and then to land again since the tire is the last thing off the ground and the first thing back on. The rest is up to the training of the pilot flying the plane. How many pilots go into a simulator or a real plane only once or twice a year to train? Would you feel comfortable flying in a plane with a pilot who flew once or twice a year? Anymore stupid questions?
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:17 PM
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Although we do not offer any paintball training options if you had any clue you would know that paintball is also used quit frequently as a training tool as well for various agencies. It is cost effective for agencies with minimal budgets to do force on force training without having to spend the money on expensive simunitions. They are used quite a bit by SWAT or SRT teams because most of the paintball venues are built in warehouse type environments that can be changed for virtually any scenario they need to train for.
No, half assed agencies use paintball and while its better than nothing the rest of us use simunition rounds fired out of the firearms we carry. Being the operator of the largest shooting range in florida doesnt mean shit. Until you put your ass on the line and have lead coming at you, you dont know shit and your opinion doesnt count for squat. Ive been there ive seen it happen and even the most prepared and practiced individual can go to hell in that situtation. So do those of us that actually are out there a favor and kindly shut up.
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It looks like excessive force to me.
Even though I have no formal training and have never been a cop or in a shootout I would have totally shot that guy in the fleshy part of his thigh (a non-mortal wound).
Then I would have gotten him the help and rehabilitation he needs.
We should all be embarrassed at how quick we pass judgement on those less fortunate members of society.
Thugs are people too!
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:20 PM
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It looks like excessive force to me.
Even though I have no formal training and have never been a cop or in a shootout I would have totally shot that guy in the fleshy part of his thigh (a non-mortal wound).
Then I would have gotten him the help and rehabilitation he needs.
We should all be embarrassed at how quick we pass judgement on those less fortunate members of society.
Thugs are people too!
Sarcasm?
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
It looks like excessive force to me.
Even though I have no formal training and have never been a cop or in a shootout I would have totally shot that guy in the fleshy part of his thigh (a non-mortal wound).
Then I would have gotten him the help and rehabilitation he needs.
We should all be embarrassed at how quick we pass judgement on those less fortunate members of society.
Thugs are people too!
The injustices he suffered because of you are the only reason he is out there in the first place Rudy. So in reality, you should be the one we are holding responsible. See, it is all your fault. Somebody please go get this toad the teddy bear out of the trunk of that officer's car...... and find Rudy's address so we can go pick him up for this!
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Originally Posted by nautiduck View Post
No, half assed agencies use paintball and while its better than nothing the rest of us use simunition rounds fired out of the firearms we carry. Being the operator of the largest shooting range in florida doesnt mean shit. Until you put your ass on the line and have lead coming at you, you dont know shit and your opinion doesnt count for squat. Ive been there ive seen it happen and even the most prepared and practiced individual can go to hell in that situtation. So do those of us that actually are out there a favor and kindly shut up.
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Oh..... and I would have used a Glock because they're are more accurate than Smith & Wesson.
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Originally Posted by nautiduck View Post
Sarcasm?
yah think!;?
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Originally Posted by nautiduck View Post
Sarcasm?
Was thugs are people too far?
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by nautiduck View Post
No, half assed agencies use paintball while its better than nothing. The rest of us use simunition rounds fired out of the firearms we carry. Being the operator of the largest shooting range in florida doesnt mean shit. Until you put your ass on the line and have lead coming at you, you dont know shit and your opinion doesnt count for squat. Ive been there ive seen it happen and even the most prepared and practiced individual can go to hell in that situtation. So do those of us that actually are out there a favor and kindly shut up.
No, agencies with small limited training budgets use air soft as well as those that want to train more often. So genius why don't you tell everyone the big difference in training with paintball than sims? Not a whole lot other than recoil and the feeling when you get hit. They can do the same basic functions with paintball as sims. And while your at it how many cops have had lead coming at them EVER? An extreme very few so I guess they don't know shit either. And while you and those of you are actually out there may think our opinions don't count for squat those of US that pay your salary think your opinion counts for squat and would like you and those of you who are actually out there to be able to handle yourselves in actual situations that may turn into a shooting scenario. That is why WE are paying you after all. And if you don't think any cop or military person that may come into a shooting scenario can't benefit from ongoing training you are a fool and I really hope you do not work in my community.

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Was thugs are people too far?
Who let you out of the sandbar?
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This guy has seen lead coming at him!

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Old 12-23-2014, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Sudden Strike Fishing View Post
No, I don't have to be in a shooting to recognized a lack of ongoing training. You train so you do not have to think about what you are supposed to do. It become second nature. Some cops think their annual qualification is training. It is not. All it is designed to do is meet minimal standards. Ongoing training is what makes a difference. It took well over 6 seconds to do a mag change. Anyone with some ongoing training could do it in less than 2 seconds.
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So how many cops have had lead coming at them EVER? An extreme very few so I guess they don't know shit either. And while you and those of you are actually out there may think our opinions don't count for squat those of US that pay your salary think your opinion counts for squat and would like you and those of you who are actually out there to be able to handle yourselves in actual situations that may turn into a shooting scenario. That is why WE are paying you after all. And if you don't think any cop or military person that may come into a shooting scenario can benefit from ongoing training you are a fool.

First off, you have zero knowledge of what's its like to be in a shooting. I have been there and can tell you don't know what the hell you are talking about. I have been to the range too many times to count and not once, did the target shoot back. I have had lead thrown at me and can tell you it is an eye opening experience, something you don't know a thing about. I love when guys like you Monday morning quarterback and criticize. Lets hope you never have to put that extensive knowledge you possess to the test and have some stooge on a website second guess you.
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Originally Posted by Sudden Strike Fishing View Post
No, it means that you know what it takes for a plane to get off the ground and then to land again since the tire is the last thing off the ground and the first thing back on. The rest is up to the training of the pilot flying the plane. How many pilots go into a simulator or a real plane only once or twice a year to train? Would you feel comfortable flying in a plane with a pilot who flew once or twice a year? Anymore stupid questions?
The answer to your stupid reply is I have more faith and trust in someone you actually lives and breathes the job then a guy that makes money selling or renting equipment. You are not on the streets or in the field according to your own admissions so you are in no way a expert nor should you critique others who are. Your just a target puncher.
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First off, you have zero knowledge of what's its like to be in a shooting. I have been there and can tell you don't know what the hell you are talking about. I have been to the range too many times to count and not once, did the target shoot back. I have had lead thrown at me and can tell you it is an eye opening experience, something you don't know a thing about. I love when guys like you Monday morning quarterback and criticize. Lets hope you never have to put that extensive knowledge you possess to the test and have some stooge on a website second guess you.
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No, half assed agencies use paintball and while its better than nothing the rest of us use simunition rounds fired out of the firearms we carry. Being the operator of the largest shooting range in florida doesnt mean shit. Until you put your ass on the line and have lead coming at you, you dont know shit and your opinion doesnt count for squat. Ive been there ive seen it happen and even the most prepared and practiced individual can go to hell in that situtation. So do those of us that actually are out there a favor and kindly shut up.
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Sudden strike do you recommend a 511 tactical hat for better sight alignment in low light range conditions?
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Originally Posted by BlueRudy View Post
Oh..... and I would have used a Glock because they're are more accurate than Smith & Wesson.
I drive fast and take chances.
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Originally Posted by parker23dvsc View Post
Sudden strike do you recommend a 511 tactical hat for better sight alignment in low light range conditions?

The guy in this picture knows his stuff...you can tell

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The guy in this picture knows his stuff...you can tell

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Those pants help with quicker target acquisition, I heard a few Paper punchers talking about them
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