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  • #36262
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    Training video disarming an opponent with a hand gun.

    #36404
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    The best disarm technique is from behind and involves a bullet to the medula oblongata.

    Other techniques work well in classroom settings but are poor at best on the street. There is a distinct difference when someone is trying to injure or kill you as opposed to the people in a class.

    #36419
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    Hey cool Whirly why don’t you post a video of that.

    #36425
    Whirlibird
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    See what I can find.

    #36430
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    I was being sarcastic

    #36434
    Whirlibird
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    Actually I did have quite a lot of video clips from when I was a LE arrest control/defensive tactics instructor.
    Most were left on the PD computer when I left.

    It is a training problem, for everyone.
    Not committing 100%.
    Of course you don’t want to hurt the person you train with (most days) and they don’t want you to fail. so you both
    go easy on each other.

    That translates to a fail on the street.
    One officer I know of, tried a disarm and took two to the vest at point blank range.
    The bad guy didn’t just let go like all of the previous training partners and stepped back hard and pulled on the gun while pulling the trigger.

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    Training and real life are always different. If you have good vids put them up. At least people can think about what they need to know & do.

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