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  • #10602
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    tweva
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    rreallife

    I don’t much care for knives but doesn’t mean I shouldn’t learn how to use one.i  liked this combat throwing video ’cause it made at least one action easy to understand. He has others. Start at .58 to jump to real start of video.

    #10607
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    freedom
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    rnews

    I throw knifes with my son, this video is very good. We test all the time. I can throw about 15 to 20 feet away on target. After that at 25 to 30 feet I will still hit the person but not always on target, maybe the legs or bottom part of the body. Throwing knifes takes a lot of time to learn but with my son it is a lot of fun.

    #10687
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    74
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    rnews

    Tweva,

    Buy more ammo and practice with a gun, it’s more reliable and harder for your opponent to dodge the bullets. You’ed probably make a great impression with a pistol on your hip.

    #10688
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    freedom
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    rnews

    1974, tweva doesn’t use a pistol! Only uses a shotgun! The throw knife is only a backup.

    #10693
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    74
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    rnews

    ha, well she better learn how to use a pistol anyway. One of her loved ones might life might depend on her hitting the target.  Plus it never made sense to me to throw away my weapon.  The guy in the video dodged like 3 throws. I would still rather shoot 6 to 18 times.

    #10700
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    freedom
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    rnews

    1974, I have three throwing knifes but will not use them until I am out of ammo too!

    #10705
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    tweva
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    rreallife

    UH TWEVA HERE – I carry a Glock 23 almost everywhere I go ( I do believe I am better than the average ‘Joe’ with it’….  buta m probably deluding myself…i shoot 50 out of 50 in skeet  8 out of 10 time, most of the time with a.410.  I absolutely love the best , shooting ‘rabbits’ on the sporting clay course – with a .410. I shoot trap every weekend also. Yes,I love my shotguns best – but sometimes you just need to have a pistol and on the farm I feel better having one with me whatever I am doing. Shotguns are strapped/carried on the ATV or tractor.

    #10709
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    74
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    rnews

    Lol I did’t say Tweva can’t shoot :)  So are you getting 50-50 at sporting clays with that dinky little gun?  Giggle, snort, giggle.

    #10711
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    freedom
    Survivalist
    rnews

    Wow you are better prepared then me!

    #10713
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    tweva
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    rreallife

    Don’t you laugh 1974 – I challenge you to use a .410 to hit most targets on  sporting clay course. That is the reason – it’s a challenge – my 12 gauge  – huh – who couldn’t hit the ****? Giggle, snort! :)  ! And yes,my Beretta with interchangeable barrels and I have won many tournaments. Big rich guys show up with their $100,000 and up, engraved ,dontcha know,  shotguns and can’t hit squat except for their own foot. Phweft to you all – SIZE does NOT always matter. Challenge yourself.

    #10714
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    freedom
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    rnews

    tweva, wow!! I now need to go to the range and practice! I am in trouble because for me to hit anything I got to put out the 12 g shotgun!! LOL!! My Beretta 9mm makes my happy that it has 16 + 1 because I know I will miss some before I hit the target.

     

    #10715
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    tweva
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    rreallife

    Freedom I have my own target throwers on my place and built a range  – and shoot twice a day – practice, practice, practice. Next dude crawls in my window in the middle oft he night is a dead man – promised myself that long ago.

    #10716
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    74
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    rnews

    Oh well, here I thought you were going to challenge me to a shoot. I wouldn’t mind having a nice 28g for birds and clays but it’s not happening right now.  I used a 20g pump all the time for clays, never could break over 40 with the 20g.

    It took over 100 years before someone shot a perfect score at sporting clays. I doubt anyone has done it with a 410.

    #10717
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    tweva
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    rreallife

    Perfect score in sporting clays with a .410 on most courses IMHO  ain’t gonna happen agreed but you would be surprised at how close you can come – just a whole other mind set – patience,patience, timing…(she’s going to miss it – she missed it (stupid little gun she’s using) then,, wait.. boom – history)  – but, then…most scores on sporting clay courses suck for all but true professionals anyway. Have to be very versatile. Good training even if you don’t shoot the birds

    #10718
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    freedom
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    rnews

    tweva, I need to practice more! You are at another level.

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