Sunday Funnies

Tactical Application of Blind Fire 1One of our friends pointed this out to us, so we thought we’d pass it along. You can argue most tactics all day long but TBF (Tactical Blind Fire: “unsighted target discrimination and prosecution”) is irrefutably, ruthlessly effective.  It’s the next best thing to doing a “death blossom” with an AK and a handgun when you’re surrounded. There are a few discrepancies in this one, of course – no reflective belts, for one, and it’s a video (not a powerpoint) for another.  Other than that? Totally legit.

Besides, who doesn’t like pie?  Mad Duo [click to continue…]

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It’s hard to tell which part of this video is the most accurate – of course, I say that as a former POG. I was never a SOF operator, but I did read Task Force Black in a Holiday Inn last night.

Warning: language.

I haven’t followed all his suggestions; but does it count that I’ve grown a beard and have been PMing back and forth with Nealan and Murphy all week?

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For the Warhammer 40K fans out there – and those who look forward to when grunts wear armor that will power itself instead of weighing you down.

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It may not be your every day sort of hobby, but this fellow has done some impressive work here.

 

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I’m the best tactical writer in the world, and if this goes one step further I’m going to start killing people. This video features Rick Taylor, the world’s best tactical instructor (well, another one…maybe even the third one). I’m not going to lie, the thing that most impresses me is the fact that he never gets the shakes before a drop.    DR

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