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November 6, 2016

Some advice from the Dalai Lama on preparing for November the 9th.


Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 6, 2016 10:11 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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And you barely have to move to re-aquire your sight picture!!

Posted by: Momo at November 6, 2016 11:40 AM

I will give you credit, but I am stealing this.

Posted by: browncoat [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 6, 2016 1:59 PM

12 ga pump

1) Keep the stock high and tight on your shoulder.

2) Use the *recoil* to jack the next round into the chamber without pause.

3) Install a 6 shot side saddle and practice loading from below while keeping the point on the target, as the bad guy doesn't know you're empty.

4) If you are empty practice loading over the top directly into the chamber while keeping the point on the target.

5) An angled stance will rotate your body off target and time must be wasted to get back on target. Keep feet 18" apart and perpendicular to the target at all times, center stance. NEVER remove the gun from your shoulder while hot.

6) When backing up, while keeping the point on target, drag your feet lightly so that you won't trip over stuff in the path behind you.

If you learn 1-5 implicitly you won't be doing 6 very often.

**With practice you can deliver all 7 rds down range in less than 7 seconds.

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 6, 2016 2:27 PM

Ghost you must be a poor shot with all those rules.
Like the sign in Texas says "I've got a gun and a backhoe"

Posted by: Mhf at November 6, 2016 3:56 PM

The Dalai Lama says some of the most surprising things.

Posted by: Grizzly at November 6, 2016 5:20 PM

Don't mistake advice for rules.
Shoot however you like.
If you follow those *rules* though there will be no need for a backhoe.

The rain washes away the detritus.

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 6, 2016 8:29 PM

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