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    Tactical Minutes

    Below are some Instruction Videos put out with Earl Green and Funker Tactical. The info is Great and well Presented, we wanted to Throw our support behind them and share these videos with you:












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    awesome, great videos

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    The tactical reload was performed differently in full speed then it was from the explanation.

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    I worked with Earl many years ago. Good to see that he's still kicking around and doing well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry The Yellow Dart View Post
    The tactical reload was performed differently in full speed then it was from the explanation.
    I noticed that, too. His full speed demo was good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelz16 View Post
    I worked with Earl many years ago. Good to see that he's still kicking around and doing well.
    Well, I think I worked with you Nelz16.

    Good information in the videos, one comment though. During the trigger press video, Earl's finger looks like it kept coming off the trigger (around 57 sec)on the reset. The finger should remain on the trigger and only allow the trigger to move forward enough to reset.
    Last edited by RCloud; 07-09-2012 at 10:09 AM.

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    Those are interesting but I always wonder where they are filming due to them having suppressors and other verbotten toys :o

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    I would imagine that Trigger Reset will be discussed in the future. There is only so much that can be packed into a "Tactical Minute"

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt_mg View Post
    Those are interesting but I always wonder where they are filming due to them having suppressors and other verbotten toys :o
    The NeverNeverLand Ranch?

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