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I recently started setting up my GoPro up on a tripod when I shoot to help me self diagnose errors and whatnot and it got me thinking, I dont think we have a thread for posting and discussion of shooting and/or training videos.

If you take a video of yourself or something cool on the range, or find somebody else's video on YouTube or something post/share it here for discussion/pointers/or shameless ridicule, post it here.
 

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You guys suck, too sally to show us your suck???

I guess I'll start.

Iron Cross with some buddies.
[video=youtube_share;INb2cxFcpFU]http://youtu.be/INb2cxFcpFU[/video]

HSP 22422
[video=youtube_share;YDvMHihSG2c]http://youtu.be/YDvMHihSG2c[/video]

Bunch of random fun stuff
[video=youtube_share;o3zC7RMqeJA]http://youtu.be/o3zC7RMqeJA[/video]
 
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Cool videos. Are you running a bad lever? I like how much faster you're back in the fight during the mag change drills (assuming that was you)
Yes, i have a love/hate thing with it though. Reloads are faster and it's nice to lock your bolt back with it, but there are some disadvantages as well.

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what sling mount you using on the shotgun?
It's just a loop plate that goes between the stock and receiver.
 

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This is me doing a drill designed by my buddy.

He wanted to encompass several training goals; low-round count, ease of scoring, hitting at various distances, movement and shooting on the move.

I added the reload on the move just because.

 
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As your reholstering your looking down at the holster,at that stage of shooting you should not have to look to reholster your firearm.When reloading your rifle you took your eyes,and rifle off the target.
 
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If it's safe enough to holster, taking a look is not a disadvantage, especially if you have other slung gear in the way. The pistol comes out fast, and goes back slow.


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Snacks. The one thing I noticed in the slo mo clip was your first reload from your belt was beer can grip and smooth. Box in a box. However, when you pull from your chest you change your grip to the bottom and seem to hunt more for the bottom of the magwell. Just my observation. Living in Ma I'm perpetually frustrated by my own inability to find a place to practice drills like that. Good for you and keep at it.
 

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As your reholstering your looking down at the holster,at that stage of shooting you should not have to look to reholster your firearm.When reloading your rifle you took your eyes,and rifle off the target.
I do have a habit of looking at my mags when reaching for them that I've been working on breaking. Looking to the holster on reholster I'm not as worried about but I tend to agree you shouldn't have to.
 

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Snacks. The one thing I noticed in the slo mo clip was your first reload from your belt was beer can grip and smooth. Box in a box. However, when you pull from your chest you change your grip to the bottom and seem to hunt more for the bottom of the magwell. Just my observation. Living in Ma I'm perpetually frustrated by my own inability to find a place to practice drills like that. Good for you and keep at it.
Yep, mags are tight together on the PC so getting my hands in for a beer can grip is tough, I usually like to grab it from the base and index it with index finger while inserting into the magwell.
 

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At what stage of shooting do you not look at your holster while reholstering?
I do have a habit of looking at my mags when reaching for them that I've been working on breaking. Looking to the holster on reholster I'm not as worried about but I tend to agree you shouldn't have to.
I was trained,and train my students never take your eyes of the target.You should beable to acquire your equipment like your firearm,and beable to reholster it without looking,but not everyone was trained the same way.Like it was already stated here the good thing is that your training.
 
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I was trained,and train my students never take your eyes of the target.You should beable to acquire your equipment like your firearm,and beable to reholster it without looking,but not everyone was trained the same way.Like it was already stated here the good thing is that your training.
Why would you reholster a firearm if there is still a viable threat? (i.e. a target)

I understand not "having" to look at your gear to use it, but I've also seen very serious mistakes but extremely competent shooters because they weren't watching while they reholstered.

Not trolling your post, I'm just not understanding the idea behind a "tactical" reholster
 
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I'll play. I don't have any videos but I'll leave this here. From Vtac Carbine 1.5 this summer. I'm prone in the foreground. Fortunately, or maybe unfortunately, there's no video of my tactical face plant on day three during the four barricade drill. I'm pretty sure it looked awesome.

 
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I'll throw this up here. Shooting steel challenge at Pioneer in Dunbarton for the "Carry the Fallen" benefit match.

I'm gonna be getting some video of range work and holster drills to improve my skills, so if they're not too horrible, I'll post them up.

[video=youtube_share;zDcxZUB1oTk]http://youtu.be/zDcxZUB1oTk[/video]
 

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...and here's footage from when I got to play at a 360 degree live shoot-house. I was like a kid in a candy story.

I'm the guy in the darker clothes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3k73ZmNUTM
DAMN!...so the kids screaming; I assume that was piped into the shoot house during the exercise? My heart rate was climbing just watching and listening to that, right up until the movie director narration on the 4th or 5th room clear[laugh]. Huge props to the dudes who train that hard, whether it's your job or not.
 

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Let me give you a little more understanding behind this on the average how many times will you draw your firearm in a day? If your lucky and don't get into a shoot out Maybe once or twice to take a dump,and when you got home to put the firearm away.Back in the 80s and 90s when I worked for BRINKS we did what was called threshold to threshold.You drew the firearm when you left the truck,and you reholstered when you got to the BANK door and the same on the way back. If you had 20 to 30 stops a day or more that's a shit load of drawing,and reholstering.You would have to be looking around for the bad guy not looking at your holster to put your firearm away.
 
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DAMN!...so the kids screaming; I assume that was piped into the shoot house during the exercise? My heart rate was climbing just watching and listening to that, right up until the movie director narration on the 4th or 5th room clear[laugh]. Huge props to the dudes who train that hard, whether it's your job or not.
Yeah. Sound was piped in. It was so loud you couldn't think. One of many great experiences I've been very lucky to have.
 

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Did some shooting with some of my goon-hooligans this weekend.

[video=youtube_share;wHe35KjJ7nQ]http://youtu.be/wHe35KjJ7nQ[/video]

[video=youtube_share;rdDigOAHvEQ]http://youtu.be/rdDigOAHvEQ[/video]

[video=youtube_share;1-SzbBi91-o]http://youtu.be/1-SzbBi91-o[/video]
 

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Found an older video with a little rifle shooting
[video=vimeo;13217854]https://vimeo.com/13217854[/video]
 
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