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All guns should be Glocks - Video

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by TSAX, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

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    Glock 19 owners check in, stand up and take a bow

    The stripper and fat girl comparison was :rofl:

    Disclaimer, when watching this video it may make you happy or mad but please keep an open mind and hear his message not just that he prefers Glocks, he made some good points and observations from his many years of experience much more than most have. This thread is not to start a Glock vs 1911 war, just a funny and opinionated video.:cheers:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzmk...DvjVQa1PpcFP90Nu-YBmGvbxfJvQImdsDMqcsI0alvog=







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  2. SCC

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    Glad i like fat girls !!!
     

  3. Rustin

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    Coincidentally, after hearing about this video for months, I just saw it yesterday. I think Yeager is very opinionated and biased, (obviously) but he makes good points. All in all, best to be taken with a grain of salt. He also has a video called "the 1911 sucks." Nough said.
     
  4. purrrfect 10

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    This guy I'm sure is the son of captain kangaroo. has not a clue:dunno:
     
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  5. WarEagle 1

    WarEagle 1 Taco Tuesday

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    Fat girls do things other girls won't do!!:supergrin:
     
  6. mrsurfboard

    mrsurfboard The Anti-Glock

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    The guy in the video is a idiot, but I agree the 19 is the best Glock.
     
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  7. MikeG36

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    Not necessarily true. ;)
     
  8. kamonjj

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    Not saying I agree entirely. Not a huge fan of corbon, not the only option. 9mm is one of my favorite calibers but not the end all be all. I carry everything from 380 to 45. Depends on the setting and what my clothing will allow.
     
  9. varoadking

    varoadking King of G'dness

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    I'd have said moron, but idiot works...what a f'n doofus...
     
  10. J_P

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    He may be an Idiot and a moron, also bias and opinionated but I'd guarantee he's seen more combat then about 90% of us. Take that with a grain of salt.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IOZNh-J5N4&feature=g-vrec&context=G235e6cfRVAAAAAAAAAA"]James Yeager on One Man Army - YouTube[/ame]
     
  11. Opie 1 Kenopie

    Opie 1 Kenopie Regular Guy

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    You guys obviously don't know much about Yeager. The fact that an Internet Commando is calling him a Moron is laughable.
     
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    I have been in His classes. I dont believe he is a mornon. I feel like he has been there and done that, and therefore he provides us with information that is true, which is helping us learn. "EVERYONE HAS SOMETHING TO LEARN."

    Join Tactical Response's forum "get off the x" and you can see how many rounds this guy actually puts through his weapons. I think he know what works the best and what doesnt.
    A lot of men dont like to hear a dude tell the truth when it doesnt suit the gear that they own or use.
     
  13. Rustin

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    That one man army video gave me a different perspective on Yeager.
     
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  14. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

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    People can agree with him or not, we all have our opinions and thats one reason we live in a great country. James Yeager has much more experience than most of us when it comes to combat with his experience as a police officer, instructor and private security contractor in the middle east. Like him or not his credentials are strong. Im not saying he is the end all be all authority on guns. I would be happy to take on of his courses if it were offered closer to me.








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  15. TSAX

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    www.tacticalresponse.com/d/node/160

    His resume is long and impressive....................

    James Yeager is currently the CEO of Tactical Response which provides tactical training worldwide as well as being CEO of Tactical Response Gear an industry leader in products and service to the tactical community.
    From July 2004 until May 2005 James Yeager was on Protective Security Details in Baghdad Iraq. His Team was responsible for the protection of the 8 Iraqi Election Commissioners during the violent pre-election, election, and post election. His Team was also in charge of the physical security of their offices at the Interim Iraqi Government Building and we worked closely with the Gurkhan guard force there. Yeager’s duties as I.C. (on-site supervisor) included acting as a media liaison, coordinating the security force for the building (Contractors and Iraqi), coordinating with the security force for the compound (Global Risk and US Army), and coordinating with the two U.S. Army Force Protection groups for the area (82nd ABN). He also assisted with the planning, advances, coordination, and execution of the many meetings, plane rides, helicopter shuttles, conferences, and trips around turbulent Iraq that the 8 commissions took to set up and complete the electoral process.


    May 1996 through September 1998 he worked as a Patrolman and K-9 handler for the Big Sandy Police Department. In the fall of 1998 he was asked to be the Chief of Police. It was during this time he trained and led the County’s first Tactical Team. He held the position of Chief until a new Mayor fired him in May of 2000. He was hired as a Deputy at the Benton County Sheriff’s Office in May of 2000. His duties at BCSO included patrol, Tactical Team leader, and trainer for the Multi-Agency Crisis Response Team. September of 2002 after a new Sheriff came into office Yeager decided the political strife of full-time Law Enforcement was too much for him and he went into private training full-time until July of 2004 when he turned his company over to his Board of Directors to go to Iraq.


    January 1992 through May 1996 James Yeager worked with various Drug Task Force units as well as many local Departments’ Narcotics squads buying and selling illegal narcotics in an undercover capacity. He specialized in deep cover operations, used fictitious names, and moved frequently. The agencies he worked for included, but were not limited to, the 24th Drug Task Force, 23rd D.T.F., 27th D.T.F., Paris Police Department, the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, and the DEA. He made hundreds narcotics buys and sales during this period and still continues to work in short duration operations as needed.
    James Yeager is a member of the National Rifle Association (NRA) – Life Member, the Southern States Police Benevolent Association, the Tennessee Tactical Police and Paramedic Association (TTPPA) and is a member of I.L.E.E.T.A.


    • TN P.O.S.T. Certified to Instruct Less Lethal Munitions #00040S - inactive
    • TN P.O.S.T. Certified to Instruct Firearms #00041S - inactive
    • TN P.O.S.T. Certified to Instruct Chemical Weapons #00042S - inactive
    • TN P.O.S.T. Certified to Instruct Expandable Baton #00043S - inactive
    • TN P.O.S.T. Certified Police Officer and K-9 handler #97276 - inactive
    * Louisiana State Police Firearms Instructor Number #0259
    * F.B.I. Certified Firearms Instructor
    * TN Department of Safety Certified Firearms Instructor
    * FAA certified to instruct Law Enforcement “Flying Armed” courses
    * A.L.S. Master Instructor (Less Lethal, Flashbangs, Chemical Weapons)
    * Expandable Baton Instructor – Monadanock
    * Bushmaster Certified Patrol Rifle/Carbine Instructor
    * Aerosol O.C. Instructor – Fox Labs International
    * Armor Holding - Gas Mask Instructor
    * Armor Holdings - Pyrotechnic Munitions Instructor
    * Armor Holdings - Distraction Device Instructor
    * Armor Holdings – Chemical Weapons Instructor
    * Armor Holdings - Less Lethal Munitions Instructor
    * NRA Certified Handgun Instructor #11973397
    * NRA Personal Protection Instructor #11973397
    * Glock Certified Armorer
    * Rangemaster Handgun Instructor Development
    * Knife Defense Instructor
    * Over 200 hours of DSS training for EP/PSD/BG
    * Scientific Combat Method American Combat Masters 20 hour
    * S.D.S.I. Tactical Rifle Course 16hours
    * Tactical Knife Instruction- American Combat Masters 20 hour
    * Black Water Lodge 32 hour Tactical Police and Military Shotgun Course
    * Completed various 40 hour Officer Survival schools
    * Attended Snipercraft 40 hour
    * OPS - Advanced Low Light Shooting Instructor Course 40 hour
    * OPS - Advanced Tactical Handgun Instructor Course 40 hour
    * OPS - Handgun Instructor Course 40 hour
    * OPS - Patrol Rifle Instructor Course 40 hour
    * OPS -Shotgun Instructor Course 40 hour
    * Jim Crews - Tactical Handgun 20 hour
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    * Rangemaster - High Risk Personnel 16 hour
    * Rangemaster - Crisis Response Team Training 80 hour
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    * Criminal Investigation School UTM 40 hour
    * Patrol Interdiction 40 hour
    * Basic SWAT-Jackson SWAT Team 40 hour
    * John Farnam Advanced Tactical Handgun Instructor Course 20 hour
    * Military Counter Drug SRT course 48 Hour
    * SWAT by Smyrna S.T.O.R.M. Team 40 hour
    * 40 hours in-service 1996-through present
    * Active Shooter Instructor Course / TTPPA 24 hrs
    * 40 Hr Police Sniper School by Smyrna S.T.O.R.M.
    * 28 Hour Carbine Instructor / Jim Crews
    * 40 Hour F.B.I. SWAT course
    * 5 day Strategos Spec-Ops Low-Light Team Tactics 50+ Hours
    * Personal Security Course from Armor Group International (I.T.I. in VA)
    * Pat Rogers 3-Day Carbine Operator Course
    * Caliber Press - Street Survival 2 days
    * Glock 2.5 day Instructor Workshop
    * NRA Patrol Rifle Instructor
    * Rogers Shooting School - Pistol / Intermediate
    * Rogers Shooting School - Rifle / Advanced
    * Surefire Tactical Technology Specialist Course
    * Larry Vickers' AK Operator Course

    www.tacticalresponse.com/d/node/160







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  16. TSAX

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    www.tacticalresponse.com/d/node/160



    James Yeager a certified expert witness in TN for firearms, tactical training and use of force. He has been a firearms trainer since 1994 and has taught literally thousands of students with several individuals, tactical teams, and Special Forces teams being successful in lethal force confrontations both domestically and abroad. Yeager has taught multiple classes all over the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Central America and South America. He has extensive experience teaching in austere environments.



    James Yeager is also a professional writer and has been published in magazines such as S.W.A.T. (Staff Writer), Southern Lawman, and STUFF. He wrote foreword for the book “Surgical Speed Shooting” as well as being on the cover of that book. He has written a book on High Risk Civilian Contracting. Yeager has also produced a series of instructional DVDs.



    He was featured on the cover of the September 2005 SWAT magazine and the December 2005 and June 2009 issues of SWAT had a full length review of our training. His companies have also been featured in the “Barrett Annual”, “Shotgun News”, “The book of the AR-15”, and several other periodicals. Kiplinger’s financial magazine also did an article on Yeager in the June 2007 issue. He was also featured on “SWAT Magazine TV” on the Outdoor channel in January 2010.







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  17. TigerStripe

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    That's Yeager. Most people either love him or hate him. If you listen to only one person about anything gun related, you have a bigger problem than he does. Or that you think that he does...


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    Nice! Thank You......The Man knows what he is talking about.:cool:
     
  19. JerryC09

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    I have a Glock 19, and it doesn't cook anything for me, good or bad, and it doesn't clean my apartment. And I've known skinny strippers that would and could do things for me that I would not even want my Glock 19 to me. lol
    That said, I like my Glock 19 & 26 much more than I ever liked my .45 Combat Commander or Officer's Model from Colt. I was only going to buy a Glock 19, but I've become so fond of my 2 Glocks I'm tempted to add a 36, a 21, a 27 & a 22 to my collection. :whistling:
     
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    I have a rule that I use for both handguns and women.

    They have to be light enough for me to carry and I prefer quality over quantity. More than a handful is a waste. :supergrin:
     
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