New Video on U-Tube on how to Point Shoot with a pistol.
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  1. New Video on U-Tube on how to Point Shoot with a pistol.

    New Video on U-Tube on how to Point Shoot with a pistol.

    Name: EZ Point Shooting with a pistol.

    Works with all types of guns.

    Here's the Url:

    YouTube - EZ Point Shooting with a pistol. A how-to video.
    A pistol is not a rifle, so why shoot one like it is.

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    I'm not going to practice or even try this. I'll keep my fingers where they belong. If this was a good technique then the top shooters would use it they don't.

  4. Hold the phone. The 1911 slide stop is "faulty" because it's not safe to use with an oddball shooting technique that it was never designed for? Seems a rather arbitrary judgment.

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    This guy has come out of hiding again, and is spouting the "fatal flaw of the 1911", and pulling the trigger with your middle finger, and laying your trigger finger alongside the frame....try it with a .357....... idiotic

    His position is nothing more than foolishness. It wouldn't be so bad if there wasn't the risk of a new shooter trying it and getting him/herself or someone else hurt. He was derided off the Women & Guns Forum a couple of weeks ago, and he ran this same line of BS several times in the last couple of years. He also uses the name "okjoe"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceFrank View Post
    Hold the phone. The 1911 slide stop is "faulty" because it's not safe to use with an oddball shooting technique that it was never designed for? Seems a rather arbitrary judgment.
    The 1911 will never be a viable defensive firearm because of this design flaw, and the design will never survive long term.

    Oh wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC Tiger View Post
    The 1911 will never be a viable defensive firearm because of this design flaw, and the design will never survive long term.

    Oh wait...


    Yup, the 1911 is doomed.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    He was derided off the Women & Guns Forum a couple of weeks ago, and he ran this same line of BS several times in the last couple of years. He also uses the name "okjoe"
    True!

    If you know people that are taking that schmuck's word as gospel, you better set them straight before they do some damage (as mentioned earlier).

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Lowjiber View Post


    Yup, the 1911 is doomed.
    And 'bout time too...JM Browning didn't know Jack about handguns! LOL

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    I tried this with my Glock (UNLOADED) on the couch.. I "pointed" at the light switch and noticed the muzzle was about two ball parks away.
    I am so disappointed
    Its Better To Have It And Not Need It Than To Need It And Not Have It.

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