How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby asbandr » Wed May 28, 2014 5:11 pm

I let my 7 year old watch it with me and paused it to point out the safety issues and what you should never ever do. Plus this guy just seems like he thinks he has it all figured out. Sure, the only possible reason to have your gun in a secure holster, whether it has a strap or not (I'd like to see that uncle mikes pass the upside down retention test) is in case you are in the mood for a jog. I can think of about 50 more reasons you need to have a secure holster with good retention. I could do cartwheels with mine holstered and it won't slip a bit. Of course I'll leave that stupidity to this guy for his next video. And he wants to brag about a full size gun and being able to easily conceal and then goes back in the comments to say it's good that it prints. :???: and he makes fun of "midget guns" then goes on to say he carries a bersa thunder? Make up your mind dude! And I won't address the finger on the trigger as we all know that's wrong, but I love that he doesn't have time to draw from a secure holster, but he's got time to do a western-esque finger spin? Does he do that with the bersa thunder in the other hand while spitting and squinting into the noon day sun?
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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby bliss79 » Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:49 am

Would it be possible for someone to post a link to this video, or at least what it is titled? For some reason it will not play from the original post for me. I would love to see it though after reading all the comments. Thanks!
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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby VMI77 » Wed Jun 25, 2014 10:15 am

Hey, you guys are just "envious" because he "rocks" the slide. "rlol"
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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby Abraham » Wed Jun 25, 2014 10:25 am

Just like those who appear on "American Idol" and have zero singing talent, but are convinced they're gifted - so goes this clueless guy.

I honestly believe he's mentally challenged.

This poor guy (wearing a CHL badge around his neck should immediately tune you in as to his mental disability) can't help himself.

Watching him makes me squirm as it's like watching a child play with matches next to open container of gasoline...

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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby MoJo » Thu Jun 26, 2014 12:51 pm

Does the term "tool" mean anything? He is a bigger "tool" than anything found in a hardware store. The UM holster and the badge made me gag. :shock: Sheesh! :headscratch
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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby TVGuy » Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:41 am

Darn, he took the original video down.

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Re: How NOT to handle a loaded firearm-from the Expert

Postby puma guy » Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:14 am

I think my brother's son-in-law may have encountered this guy. :shock:

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