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PNP all-female squad : shooting stance?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by horge, Jul 18, 2007.

  1. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

    Jan 22, 2004
    almost home

    Check out the lady to the right in the photo.
    A little cant to cater to left-eye dominance is one thing.
    Maybe the 'tactical-minded' can clue me in, if this is a new
    stance (strong arm up and out like that) to try out.

    Then again, the photo is just one frame in a motion-sequence,
    and maybe she's semi-consciously maxing the use of the subject
    automobile body as cover, as she approaches the driver's side
    from behind. A friend claimed those female LEO's are actually
    decent shots, but he didn't say how he'd have known.

  2. Allegra


    Mar 16, 2003
    bka galing sa gangsta school of combat sila

    Seriously I'm waiting for the answer too
    Parang delikado tamaan mo yung cover pag side ways yung baril plus iba ang torque ng recoil nyan pag lefthand side or right hand side

    But they do look pretty capable

  3. trozau

    trozau troy ounce gold

    Jun 14, 2001
    Glockland, USA
    Homey-style aiming? :animlol:
  4. robin "bad boy" padilla stance 'yan! :banana:
  5. saki1611

    saki1611 BOG's #1611

    Sep 16, 2006
    please fill-up us, i don't know such stance too... ;)
  6. Chie


    Jul 1, 2005
    maybe she's from compton and some of the homies thought her that stance :animlol: or she just saw the movie colors or boyz in the hood!
  7. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

    Sep 29, 2003
    i beg to disagree, si cesar montano nagpauso nyan:animlol:
  8. bunganga


    Nov 13, 2005
  9. arzon


    Dec 1, 2006

    Meron kaya silang ganito?
  10. s0nny_g17


    Jan 19, 2006
    Quezon Province
    IMO its not a good idea to hold the gun that way
    1. line of sight in your right side is covered
    2. its difficult to aim
    3. its hard to hold the gun that way

    it looks cool though and covers your face if theres a sun

    women behind looks like shes aiming too low and her stance isn't that stable(right toe in).
  11. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

    Jan 22, 2004
    almost home

    bungs, hehe, you KNOW that ain't CAR.
    It's like a bad imitation of CAR,
    completely missing a key point to it.

    As for the woman with the carbine, a shadow
    around her right foot may be giving the impression
    of awkward footing. She's hefting at low ready,
    while diagonally trying to get further a-right of
    the policewoman with the pistol.
  12. bertud ng putik

    bertud ng putik

    Feb 1, 2005
    hahahahahahaha! si cesar nga nagpauso nyang stance!
  13. gundog

    gundog senior gunner

    Jan 12, 2005
    That's a FTE waiting to happen, not to mention erratic recoil and obstructed peripheral vision on the right side. - mco
  14. Raising her right elbow like that makes it look like she's bigger than she really is, just like a cobra spreading its hood before striking...

    Maybe part of the 'presentation' to impose a hulking outline to immediately impose on or intimidate a suspect. Her finger out the trigger guard shows that Ms lady cop there knows what she's doing. Transitioning to Weaver or iso from that position, should she need to fire, seem quite easy, imo... ;)
  15. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

    Nov 25, 2003
    Ay wow! Sya ba yung nasa friendster? :supergrin:

    Anyways here is the full text of the report.

    From desk jobs to street watch for ‘Charlie’s Angels’

    By Jeannette Andrade
    Last updated 02:52am (Mla time) 07/17/2007

    MANILA, Philippines -- The Quezon City Police District yesterday deployed its own version of “Charlie’s Angels”—a three-women police team—to the notoriously crime-prone area of Cubao, as part of its program to reintegrate females in the field.

    “Charlie’s Angels” was a popular American TV show in the ’70s which featured three policewomen who did undercover work.

    QCPD director Senior Supt. Magtanggol Gatdula said the deployment of the district’s first Women Mobile Patrol Unit composed of PO1 Teresa Mones, PO1 Amylou Cabuso and PO1 Emily Lacson—members of the QCPD Special Weapons and Tactics team—is just a test run.

    “If their deployment is successful, more policewomen will be fielded with the mobile patrol units soon,” Gatdula said, pointing out that the project is intended to gradually include policewomen assigned to administrative jobs to engage in field work to make full use of the entire QCPD force.

    Of the city’s 2,700 law enforcers, 177 are women.

    QCPD public information office head, Supt. Asprinio Cabula, said that prior to their deployment, the three policewomen underwent a month-long training program, including driving lessons and standard operating procedures in conducting patrol duty.

    Cabula said the next challenge would be to convince women, who have been holding desk jobs for a long time, to do field work.
  16. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

    Oct 1, 2002
    Hahaha :laughabove:

    Baka naman tumagilid yung kalaban kaya napasunod sya.:supergrin:
  17. ahtsay


    Jan 16, 2006
    Hey! Are these sights IPSC legal? (basta kasya sa box diba?) Baka pwedeng subukan ah! Para mabilis shooting on the move...right to left lang nga...unless lagyan mo din on the other side para maski left to right pwede kang pumutok on the move. Meron bang pang STi niyan? :laughabove: :animlol: :rofl:
  18. Pwede din... :supergrin:
  19. you should have seen her do a "lito lapid" or ,rather, a "lito lipad"! hahahaha! :rofl:
  20. Valor1

    Valor1 Pro Paingiver

    Jul 6, 2003
    Urban areas
    Since it is just a simulation/drill, the subject jot got camera shy and remembered what they saw on gangsta in the hood. Heck, they should have watched Collateral or Heat instead. All I can say is, OA naman nyan.