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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Tiro Fijo, May 10, 2013.
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I still wonder why he never got into the UFC...
That was fun.
Yes, I was an avid teenage ST fan when it first aired.
After the disappointment of the first ST Movie I enjoyed the return of the series (and subsequent concept spinoff's).
I am going to study this all weekend and turn my glock 27- my sig 229- my walther ppks- my S&W 19 all in to the PD. and only use the Kirk method in Detroit and Southeastern MI.
Thanks for the enlightenment
Sorry, but we referred to "TNG" as "The Nearly Ghey"
The wall of destruction.... Me and the ol' lady are gunna get drunk and try that.
Those are some classic moves.
Even Chuck Norris has a gun!
But it's just for show, he inserts the bullets manually.
Speaking of Capt Kirk: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFaLokC9hqk"]William Shatner - Gun Control Works - 12/31/2008 - YouTube[/ame]
He has Chicago to prove it.
Now I know where my brother gets his hair brained ideas! When he first learned that I got my concealed carry license he said, "I don't need a gun to protect myself. I just need to get close enough to get my hands on the guy".
He must have watched too much ST.
You don't need a gun? Why not? Do you have a Donk?
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufDTDUPZrag"]Don't need a gun when you have a Donk - Crocodile Dundee 2 - YouTube[/ame]
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I think the Air Force guy in #4 -- the one whose job was to grab his legs and let him down slow while we were distracted -- grabbed a little ball while executing his move...
Number 7 has worked well for the little guys and the ladies of the WWE.
Long time ago there was this martial arts near by called 'Wido Ki', or something like that.
Their paraphernalia spoke of how you did not need guns or knives and that Wido Ki would to it all to protect you.
Yes, like the Kung Fu show you didn't need weapons and this self defense way was supposed to defeat all your enemies (singly or in groups.)
Now at that time I was a 3ed dan, Tae Kwon Do, and into boxing as well as IPSC and a graduate of a few gun schools. So I guess I was skeptical when I went there and watched the class (BTW... all three Grand Masters, Korean ones at that, I've been under in TKD owned guns, they were no fools.)
Well the Wado Ki school was a kiddie school. They said size and strength does not matter. Yea right.
Ok so anyway I watched for half an hour, with no sweat coming off their brows, and then they did their self defense thing. Krav Maga they were not.
So I left before they did their spring thing.
Now I love the martial arts, and I know several individuals in it that would do well on the street IF their opponents were dumb enough to get close before using a gun on them. Some of them can fight! They punch and kick very hard and are quick. But every one of them knows hands and feet have limited utility when weapons are present.