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Old 12-08-2012, 12:57   #81
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I know, next thing you know the OP will be taking anti ambush tactics classes from him


You mean like this one:

http://youtu.be/fUDEl9Rx-H0

funny he uses nothing he teaches during a actual ambush

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Old 12-08-2012, 13:05   #82
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funny he uses nothing he teaches during a actual ambush

James "Runaway" Yeager - YouTube

Maybe he was calling for close air support from cover.
Yeah that was not part of his training video, maybe it was a lessons learned video from the sidelines.
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Old 12-08-2012, 13:13   #83
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So I don't know if RECOIL is still popular with Glocktalk folks after the Jerry Tsai comments, but I still like to read it.

Anyway the last issue of the year came out and there is a article title "Kicking Tires On A 1911 Pistol" in which the author helps potential buyers of a 1911 pistol what to be weary of when buying used. I think the article was supposed to excite the reader about buying/owning a 1911 but all it did for me was scare me out of a 1911.

The problems/issues that the 1911 is plagued with has made me realize how blessed I am that I own Glocks and HK's. It made me realize truly how much the polymer pistols have changed the game. The author listed problems such as cracked frames, cracked grip panels, loose plunger tubes, barrel bushing cracks, and even damaged extractors and slide stops are the norm. The author mentioned that these are all common problems with 1911's... Things that should be expected with the 1911 pistol. And this is too throw on top of the more vigorous maintenence you must do to a 1911 to keep it running as effecient as a dirty Glock. I've never owned a 1911, but I've always wanted too just because the cool factor, beauty and history but I think I'll stick with my low maintenence polymer guns.

I know the 1911 guys can get real butt hurt about any bad talk about the 1911 so I'll just apologize now and get it out of the way. I think James Yeager said it best with 1911 guys... "A 1911 that works correctly is just as rare as a Glock that doesn't"... Now let the hate speech rain down on me.
Did he really say "common?"

If he did he just showed just how little he knows. And how biased.

We are allowed to carry 1911s at work. I am the only one so far to have a problem with mine. And that was an aftermarket safety lever. I went with Colt, and did the work myself this time, and there are been no problems so far.

Let me put it this way. If you think Glocks are the best firearms ever then you will never understand a 1911.
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Old 12-08-2012, 13:42   #84
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I've owned many 1911s since the 1970s. I carried one by choice on duty. I built them into competition guns in the 1980s. I was a devotee of Jeff Cooper. I love 1911s.

I do not agree with Recoil magazine's assessment of the 1911 but when it comes down to it and with all due respect to the 1911, I don't think you can find a better service pistol than a Glock.
:cough:M&P:cough:

Seriously though, maybe it' because I have to inspect a lot of Glocks every year at work but I am less than thrilled with them. I really want to go to the M&P school, maybe pick one up and shoot the piss out of it.
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Old 12-08-2012, 13:53   #85
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OP should be beat with a 1911 for shaming coleslaw.
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I think James Yeager said it best with 1911 guys... "A 1911 that works correctly is just as rare as a Glock that doesn't"...

glock fanbois are funny
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funny he uses nothing he teaches during a actual ambush

James "Runaway" Yeager - YouTube

Hmm, is it SOP to bail out on the contact side with this guy? In this instance, it looked like contact right yet I see them bailing out (and one even runs in front of the camera on his way to find cover) on the passenger side. Hmm, I seem to recall another similar video like this. Lemme see now, what was that one, hmm, uhh, oh yeah, freakin' Iron Man where the SF troop bails out on the hot side and is quickly blasted by the muj! I always liked that scene so I can get a very good reference for my students of how NOT to do this sort of thing during a bailout! Me thinks that this is another example of while one may do the job, that doesn't mean they were any good at it!
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As long as he's gone home safe...
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What happened to 'slaw?

He started this mess than ran for shelter
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Sounds like you need to gain some real world knowledge before posting. Why post when you're obviously clueless of the subject matter?

Yeager is a moron and I've sent him some choice words on a few occasions.
I was thinking along the same lines. Why post when there so clueless and close minded.
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I was thinking along the same lines. Why post when there so clueless and close minded.
It's called trolling, unfortunately.
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