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jagr last won the day on January 21 2014

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  1. Podcast up with Massad Ayoob on the Armed Squirrel Project. We were guests in this podcast twice. Enjoy. http://www.armedsquirrelsproject.libsyn.com/rss
  2. The Mag20 isn't about how to take Fallujah it's about how to take on the aftermath of a shooting and much more. It's about understanding the criminal mind and predator/prey relationships. Course description. A two-day, 20-hour immersion course in rules of engagement for armed law-abiding private citizens, emphasizing legal issues, tactical issues, and aftermath management. Topics will include interacting with suspects, witnesses, responding police officers…threat recognition and mind-set…management of social and psychological aftermath after having had to use lethal force in defense of self or others…and preparing beforehand for legal repercussions and minimizing exposure to them. Situations in the home, at the place of business, or “on the street” will all be covered.
  3. I hope it helps put things in perspective. Our understanding of behaviors and Human psychology need to be "trained" just as any other skill and is just as important as anything we do on the range. You need to plan on taking the Mag20 class with us next year. Life changing. All of you that are really serious about this lifestyle should. http://massadayoobgroup.com/mag-20-classroom/
  4. He didn't even move. Just took it like a champ.
  5. Good to hear everyone was pleased with the course. Id love to have you all back again for another class. We will have the next level offering ready to roll by spring.
  6. Yeah. I've had manuals all my life too. I could deal with automatic on this. Loved the Touring model with Nav and Eyesight. Sticker 36K. Offered it to me for 34.5ish.
  7. I was really looking at both of these for a month or so But I'm going with a ForesterXT. Lesbian jokes engage!!!
  8. So I'm that guy now. Lulz. I'm ok with that.
  9. Hey All. One thing to note. It's structured to be a 4-6 hour party but we've fleshed it out a bit and it's going to be a minimum of 7 hours. 250 rounds is a minimum. 350 is about the max people have expended in this class. Most of the drills are 2-4 or more rounds. It's up to you. You engage till the threat goes down. That visualization is a big component of this training methodology. One thing Brian left out that is of critical importance is that we will take over one of Coshoctons fine eateries post class. Yucatan anyone?
  10. Picking this up tomorrow from cleaver. Should knock the Raptor nicely.
  11. Is that you John Wayne? Is this me?
  12. What is this place??? Is it teh Matrix?
  13. Not ragging on you Brother nor am i whole heartedly disagreeing with you but IF you are involved in a shooting lets chat about this statement you made. Remember our training, actions, words and equipment need to convey out determination to protect life. That's right protect life, not the taking of it. . Sound backwards? I'm sure it does but I'm not just talking about preserving the bad guys life I'm talking about preserving yours. Everything that happens in that incident will be picked apart for the world to see. Every aspect your training, or lack of, will be picked apart and used against you. You meant to cause his death you say? People have been convicted of pre-meditated murder for having the thought ONE SECOND prior to a critical incident. You just typed it here and we all know the internet is forever. One second doesn't seem pre-meditated to me but I'm not the one who's going to put you away for most of your life. You hear people say "you never shoot to kill you only shoot to stop the threat." That doesn't mean kill it means what it says. I'll have no problem explaining if to a jury of my peers. I think we know the reality of this and it may well be the 2nd biggest problem you ever face. Imagine explaining to 12 uber religious soccer moms why you talked about and planned prior to the killing of little average hometown teen Johnny. They will bring everyone they can to say what a good but maybe misunderstood boy Johnny was and yes he may have been engaged in a home invasion to feed his pill addiction but Hey, he was just turning his life around when you killed him. You could have just let him leave? He's just a 6' 300# teddy bear. But no, you had to kill him with your Rest in Pieces death ammo shot from your super auto Glock 42! You were punishing all the people who did you wrong. That's why you have that "punisher" symbol all over your gun. Think I'm wrong? Think I'm being dramatic? Read some cases transcripts or watch the WEEKS of footage and this is the ridiculousness you will see. Again it's not "us" you have to convince its "them" as in your peers. I see you have quoted a snippet of code about Castle doctrine. Remember that only removed your duty to retreat. Your situation must meet the 2 other conditions. 1. Not at fault. 2. A real belief of death or serious bodily harm. (immediate and otherwise unavoidable danger of death or grave bodily harm to the innocent) Just because someone is in your home illegally does not give you a reason to use deadly force. You must be able to convey your "reasonable fear". You must be able to explain how the intruder had AOJ. ABILITY OPPORTUNITY JEOPARDY Ability means that the other person has the power to kill or to cripple you. Opportunity means that the circumstances are such that the other person would be able to use his ability against you. Jeopardy means that the other person’s actions or words provide you with a reasonably-perceived belief that he intends to kill you or cripple you. You hear a bump in the night and grab your mossberg to investigate. As you come down the stair and turn the corner you come face to face with the intruder. You panic and press the trigger and punch a fist sized hole into their chest. Who was it? A drunk in the wrong house? An elderly senile neighbor? Your son sneaking back in from a party? A teenager with your blue ray player under his arm? How are you going to justify your actions? Did you meet the 2 conditions? Do any meet the AOJ? Nope. You can definitely be charged. You may get off but you have to live with your actions and most certainly face a civil lawsuit. As you can see this can go on and on and on. Let me get back to preserving life. At the point in a critical incident your firearm is clearing your holster you must know your next action is not about taking life it's about Saving life. At this point you are in Triage. You are deciding whose life can be saved based on the severity of conditions at hand and the limited resources available. You will most likely have seconds to decide what must be done. Whatever action you choose, if it is just, will have saved your life, your families life and your way of life. Choose wrong and you will have destroyed your life and the lives of your family should they survive. If all this sounds silly or foreign I advise you seek out literature on the subject and get some real training. It's not about carrying a gun to shoot people it's about carrying a gun and being responsibly trained and knowledgable in self defense law. It's about knowing what to do and when to do nothing. Believe me when I say doing nothing may be the hardest thing you'll ever have to do.
  14. Do we get to shoot real guns n stuff???
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