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Risky, indeed

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Erik, Aug 14, 2008.

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  1. Erik

    Erik Member

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    Resist the urge to duck for cover:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t_1-...eature=related

    Risks Inc. appears aptly named. :scrutiny: Dangerous, reckless, irresponsible... the list could go on. That soemoen might stumble across it and not realize that is troubling.

    Or maybe I'm just not HSLD enough...
     
  2. kevindsingleton

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    The link doesn't work.
     
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    The links doesnt work for me either...Did you post it yourself?
     
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    I did a search for Risk Inc on YouTube and watched several of their video clips.
    I would have to agree, in several of them, the guy swept the camera operator and a lot of the demonstrations seemed a bit pointless. I don't think I would take any of their classes.
     
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    I just entered their name in youtube and got the videos.

    While I would agree that there are no innovative or even interesting techniques in them, it is obvious that the camera being 'swept' by the gunner is recording automatically.
     
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    Doesn't look like anything special drill-wise. The videos make it look kinda mall ninja and yes have some camera sweeps.
    *shrug*
     
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    Now someone that has actually been in a real firefight might correct me but it didn't look like he was making use of any of the cover or concealment. He moves and seems to know where the targets are.



    How would these tactics help when the paper starts shooting back? Ok maybe this is more of a question than anything.


    Clerihew
     
  9. anythingshiny

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    TACTICAL Summersault is all im gonna say!
     
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    Well, you can bet it's a remote camera, I haven't met a camera man yet that stupid. I looked at several of their videos, just looks like advertising.

    As far as knowing where the targets are, sure, just like IDPA or IPSC, there are only so many places you can put them.
     
  11. alemonkey

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    Kinda cheesy, imho.
     
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