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01-16-07, 07:18 PM #1
Instructor never hit
This has made me laugh and remember some of my experiences.
Statements that I uttered in frustration many times as a rifle and
pistol instructor are "Are you sure that you are firing at your
target?", followed by "Stop closing your eyes when you pull the
trigger!" ,"If you point that piece down the firing line again, I
will stick it in your ear", "You can reload now.Your weapon is
empty", "Have you forgotten what Lock and Load' means?" ,"One more
time, Commence Firing means to begin firing your weapon at the target
in front of you", and "How can your target be clean? You fired all
of your rounds"
>"The harder you pull the trigger, the further the bullet will go."
>Sounds like one of the laws of intuition engineering:
>"If a fin-stabilized round misses the target, use longer fins."
01-17-07, 03:22 AM #2
SQUEEZE THE TRIGGER,ON YOU'R WEAPON;YOU CAN PULL ON YOU'R GUN IN THE HEAD!ROOKIE(LMFAO)10/4~20/20
01-17-07, 06:11 AM #3
Hey FIST- I squeezed my 'gun' once. (...but only once!) Now I let my wife do it.
01-17-07, 06:42 AM #4
Come on now, Drum...saynig you only did it once is like saying you've never done it...nobody believes that line of BS!!! LOL Everybody snaps in and gets off multiple shots before qual day!!!
01-17-07, 07:30 AM #5
OK, technically, squeezing and pulling are two different things. Yes, before qual day (or "shooting for score"...) I did snap-in and 'pull' more than once.
That's stretchin' it. LOL!!!
Now that I think of it...the squeezing had more to do with those two "side-by-side" matching targets with the little pointy bulls-eyes in the center.
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