Now thats how you draw!

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Allegra, May 2, 2007.

  1. Allegra

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    yup he is.:thumbsup:
    me pagka pinoy din pala style ng movie nila ano?
    nagda dakdak muna ang kalaban kaya nauunahan tuloy at napapatay.

    bat kasi ayaw nalang barilin deretso samantalang meron na naman napatay na kasama nya, lusot na sa self defense yun. :supergrin: ;) ;) ;)
     

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    Galing!
    Parang NPA style.
    May nag-post dito noon pero 1 rd lang laman ng baril.
     
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    Would you believe they have the same director?
    Collateral and the old miami vice series were both directed by my fave michael mann
     
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    I love that movie "collateral" specially that scene where tom cruise assasinated that chinese gang leader or something in a disco and the music was playing "ready steady go" by paul oakenfold. pretty cool. its like he ( tom cruise) was given some tips by an IPSC or IDPA shooter. you know where he was shooting from lying down position, then kneeling and then putting two in the chest and 1 in the head. thats pretty much IDPA, what do you think?
    :)
     
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    Mozambique Drill, Hehe.
     
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    The Mozambique Drill was added to the modern technique of gunfighting by Jeff Cooper based on the experience of one of his students, Mike Rouseau, while on duty in Mozambique. Rouseau was later killed in action in the Rhodesian War.

    The Mozambique Drill considers the deficiency of the pistol round in stopping an adversary. Statistics show that reactions in gunfights are extremely irregular -- one must be prepared for the worst. Many times it is the case that after absorbing the trauma of the first shots, the enemy will disregard further ballistic insult. It has been pointed out that simply "more shots" are not the answer. The Mozambique Drill instructs the shooter to place a double-tap in the center of mass, followed by a carefully aimed headshot.

    Contrary to popular belief, the immediate aim of defensive shooting is to incapacitate a target so as to render that person unable to attack. Unlike what is commonly seen on television and in movies, gunshot wounds rarely kill instantly. The incapacitation caused by gunshots is the result of neurocirculatory shock. The trauma resulting from impact and wound channel after two shots to a target's center of mass will produce a reflexive nervous system collapse in about 96% of cases. In the other 4%, either an adrenaline rush or the effect of stimulant drugs will override this reflex, and further shots will not produce this instantly-incapacitating shock.[citation needed] Because of this, the third shot should be aimed to destroy the brain, ensuring that the target's nervous system will shut down and leave the target unable to attack. This third shot is most effective when placed between a target's eyes as a higher shot is more likely to deflect off of hard bone and a lower shot is unlikely to produce the nervous system damage required to instantly stop an attacker.

    Also known as the 'failure to stop drill' or '2+1 drill'. As part of the U.S. National Guard Combat Pistol and other military combat pistol competitions, the Mozambique Drill is called Body Armor Defeat, and is frequently a discriminator between the average shooter and the gifted shooter, especially when it is timed.

    ....you were right. it is indeed the Mozambique drill. pretty cool move to master.
     
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    anyone know who trained tom cruise?
    I know an sas trooper trained de niro etc sa Heat also by Michael mann
    Sino rin laya kila colin farrel sa miami vice 2006?
     
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    im gonna practice that mozambique drill to get used to it, to make it 2nd nature to me. :)
     
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    If I can only be half as fast as Tom Cruise in Collateral....:banana: :banana: :banana:
     
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    How about Chow Yun Fat? Lilipad pa naka double pistol sa kamay at tamaan ang lahat ng kalaban pareho ni Robin Padilla at Cesar M.
     
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    kay lito lapid pa rin ako!:banana: :rofl:
     
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    ako kay jun aristorenas. hehehehe:banana:
     
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    FPJ pa din ako. Wahehehehe
     
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    Cruise was taught the shooting drills by the LA County Sheriff's Office. All the shooting he did in the movie was taught to him by the LA SO. Before he fired the blanks in the movie, he fired live rounds on their range.

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    That was a LONG time ago! But, I remember the episode. The shooter was playing a 'Hit Man' that had a list, of which Sonny Crockett was one of the ones to be 'HIT.'

    I forget who he was but he wasn't a 'real actor.' He actually was a pro who shot in the pro pistol leagues.

    Hopefully, someone will see this thread and identify him.

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    I believe Zubiena played the Argentinian hitman of a drug boss Calderone.
    It was Calderone who had Tubb's brother killed in the pilot episode
    haha Miamai Vice fanatic here