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bulm540
06-21-2009, 16:05
Winner of the Darwin Award.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqboR6gjOi8&feature=related

HandyMan Hugh
06-21-2009, 20:03
He's not a winner yet! However he IS a strong contender.

isuzu
06-21-2009, 20:28
Ooooh! Mahal siguro bayad sa photographer.

paltiq
06-22-2009, 00:08
....nasa ibang planeta sila James Yeager...we cant blame them..they are warriors and not ipsc shooters..

..comparable din ito sa isinasagawa ng SAF, scout ranger ,etc.. na ipinapahawak ang lobo bilang target..cqb drills,etc..

yung 180 degree rule ng IPSC is for competition use only...:cool:

z_e_n
06-22-2009, 01:56
Either that guy has balls of steel or a brain the size of a nut. :wow:

darth board
06-22-2009, 02:34
....nasa ibang planeta sila James Yeager...we cant blame them..they are warriors and not ipsc shooters..

..comparable din ito sa isinasagawa ng SAF, scout ranger ,etc.. na ipinapahawak ang lobo bilang target..cqb drills,etc..

yung 180 degree rule ng IPSC is for competition use only...:cool:kahit siguro warrior ako ayoko namang mabaril sa training pa lang. yung ginagawa ng saf parang tinetest yung tiwala mo sa kasama mo.

saki1611
06-22-2009, 03:28
kahit siguro warrior ako ayoko namang mabaril sa training pa lang. yung ginagawa ng saf parang tinetest yung tiwala mo sa kasama mo.

we call it Confidence Firing, the benefit of it is to both the shooter and the "hostage". Building the confidence of the shooter of shooting a hostage taker with a hostage, and to the "hostage" is building his confidence being under fire.

as to the video, it seems that the photographer is one of the trainers, which i think same principle that they are applying to.

bulm540
06-22-2009, 06:00
I bet you their liability insurace premiums just went up fourfold. LOL

ppts799
06-22-2009, 07:43
parang photo ko kay ivan :)


http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b246/ppts799/uprange640.jpg

jerrytrini
06-22-2009, 08:21
we call it Confidence Firing, the benefit of it is to both the shooter and the "hostage". Building the confidence of the shooter of shooting a hostage taker with a hostage, and to the "hostage" is building his confidence being under fire.

as to the video, it seems that the photographer is one of the trainers, which i think same principle that they are applying to.

My son says that this type of shooting is the norm in their unit. If the shooter needs to check his target, he needs to walk down to his target while others are still firing down range. However, the targets are much farther apart. He told me that one day on the range, there was a group of reservists yelling at the range master about a soldier walking down range while others were still shooting. The range master said, "Don't worry about him, he is with the 82nd."

bulm540
06-22-2009, 17:30
parang photo ko kay ivan :)


http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b246/ppts799/uprange640.jpg

Remote cameras and tripods don't bleed as much.

ppts799
06-22-2009, 18:59
Remote cameras and tripods don't bleed as much.

haha! very good!

and good thing no debris hit my cam too!

bulm540
06-23-2009, 19:59
Lucky you.

Wp.22
06-23-2009, 20:25
there was a video of ces drillon holding a stick with two plastic bag ( gamit sa ice) filled with water at both ends. She was in the middle of the range while one of the soldiers started shooting the the plastic bags. Same sa sabi ni saki confidence firing din yata yun.

paltiq
06-23-2009, 23:38
yeah...confidence firing nga yun! ....then subject ba sila ng DQ? hindi diba? pero kasi nga may purpose ....:cool:

there was a video of ces drillon holding a stick with two plastic bag ( gamit sa ice) filled with water at both ends. She was in the middle of the range while one of the soldiers started shooting the the plastic bags. Same sa sabi ni saki confidence firing din yata yun.

ahtsay
06-24-2009, 01:25
Ito din winner ng Darwin Award
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYkpt1YEo8o

z_e_n
06-24-2009, 02:02
Ito din winner ng Darwin Award
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYkpt1YEo8o

Is that for real !?! :shocked:

jlkwison
06-24-2009, 03:10
I read that SAS, Delta and Devgru always practice CT/Hostage rescues in doors with live hostages who are team members also.

darwin25
06-24-2009, 04:20
I chanced upon this video of the ambush in Iraq on James Yeager's team. It was him in the first car breaking contact heading onto the other side of the road.

http://s8.photobucket.com/albums/a18/darwin25/?action=view&current=ERMS.flv

bulm540
06-24-2009, 05:46
I read that SAS, Delta and Devgru always practice CT/Hostage rescues in doors with live hostages who are team members also.
But these guys are not SAS or HRTs. If there is a hostage situation I'll let the pros handle it.

bulm540
06-24-2009, 05:49
I chanced upon this video of the ambush in Iraq on James Yeager's team. It was him in the first car breaking contact heading onto the other side of the road.

http://s8.photobucket.com/albums/a18/darwin25/?action=view&current=ERMS.flv

Saw this video last year he received alot of flak for this one. I know 2 of their trainers. They use to shoot in our club. Thye are good folks.

ahtsay
06-24-2009, 06:33
Is that for real !?! :shocked:

Zen, hinde ata...hahaha!!:rofl:

darwin25
06-24-2009, 07:47
Saw this video last year he received alot of flak for this one.

I figured. I can think of at least 5 reasons why he shouldn't have broken contact. Least of which is that his team has not yet established fire superiority. Most of all, he left his fireteam dealing with the enemy and wounded fireteam members in the line of fire.

Allegra
06-24-2009, 08:27
I read that SAS, Delta and Devgru always practice CT/Hostage rescues in doors with live hostages who are team members also.


Wala tatalo sa SAS
They practice w/ the royal family as hostages in the dark naka NV yung mga troopers. Pinaka matapang daw si Queen Elizabeth , wala flinch
If I remember right , dun sa Ghost Soldiers na book, naputukan daw ng flashbang si Princess Di

jasonub
06-24-2009, 17:58
those idiots are sas(sure asintado sir!). pero wala yan sa lolo ko...... :)

Kaiser Soze
06-24-2009, 23:12
Yeager's response:

http://blog.yeagerscorner.com/2009/06/21/interview-with-the-downrange-photographer.aspx

Nice. They even threaten people at the end of the interview. Class acts all the way.