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  1. bdcochran
    11-06-2011 19:06
    private email. Consider doing the drill that I suggested. I have done single and team takedowns and defenses of completely darkened 3 story office buildings. Pointing a light, whether on a gun or in a hand telegraphs where you are looking. As for light spill, try the drill that I suggested. If at that point you learn for yourself by actually testing having a. a light on the gun, b. a led light tossed in a room and c. an led light on a chain around your neck. I did my drills at Boeing Aircraft in Long Beach, CA. in a three story abandoned office building with dividers, furniture, and obstacles.

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    Guys! Guys! He's down! Stop kicking him! If he shows up on another thread, Tasers are indicated, but for now, let him slink off into the shadows to lick his wounds and ponder how deeply cool and misunderstood he is!
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