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Paul Harrel
22
9%
Demolition Ranch
24
10%
Brandon Herrera
27
11%
GarandThumb
12
5%
FPSRussia
27
11%
Hickok45
43
17%
Forgotten Weapons/Inrange
59
24%
Kentucky Ballistics
9
4%
Tauflaedermaus
7
3%
Other
17
7%
 
Total votes : 247

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Postby Dylar » Mon May 03, 2021 3:36 pm

Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"

The best time is when you go to the store and notice some of the cashiers using trigger discipline on their scan guns
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Postby Hurtful Thoughts » Mon May 03, 2021 4:22 pm

Dylar wrote:
Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"

The best time is when you go to the store and notice some of the cashiers using trigger discipline on their scan guns

Trigger discipline on the pneumatic staple-guns.

Also, chainsaws.

Poor trigger discipline with a chainsaw is cringeworthy. Since literally everyone will know and the dude practicing poor discipline is giving zero shits of their own personal safety.
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Postby Krasny-Volny » Mon May 03, 2021 7:07 pm

Hurtful Thoughts wrote:
Dylar wrote:The best time is when you go to the store and notice some of the cashiers using trigger discipline on their scan guns

Trigger discipline on the pneumatic staple-guns.

Also, chainsaws.

Poor trigger discipline with a chainsaw is cringeworthy. Since literally everyone will know and the dude practicing poor discipline is giving zero shits of their own personal safety.


Engage the "safety" (chain brake).

Treat every chainsaw as if it's running.

Don't point your chainsaw at anything you don't intend to saw.

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Finger off the trigger until you're ready to saw.
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Postby Mercatus » Mon May 03, 2021 7:27 pm

Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"


My inner yelling voice is that of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman (Full Metal Jacket).

I think if he was still alive to cuss out safety violators then we would have a lot less accidents. Just sayin’

Oddly enough it seems to be the Fudds and cops who most often muzzle sweep everyone in the room or hug that trigger for dear life, and yet they tell us we aren’t responsible for having too many rounds in a magazine.
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Postby Soviet Progonya » Tue May 04, 2021 3:58 am

Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"


Yeh every since I was trained to shoot guns I can't watch movies without noticing how unrealistic their handling of guns are. Also that theyre really fucking loud and there are so many times where I go "HOW TF IS HE SHOOTING THAT WITHOUT EAR PROTECTION" lmao.
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Postby Abbeyverne » Tue May 04, 2021 5:09 am

Soviet Progonya wrote:
Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"


Yeh every since I was trained to shoot guns I can't watch movies without noticing how unrealistic their handling of guns are. Also that theyre really fucking loud and there are so many times where I go "HOW TF IS HE SHOOTING THAT WITHOUT EAR PROTECTION" lmao.


My biggest pet peeves with guns in movies is the recoil, and also reloads, casings, and so much else. Brandon Herrera does some great breakdowns in Gun Builder Reacts. Also BRCC's Veterans React.

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Postby Pax Nerdvana » Tue May 04, 2021 5:51 am

Dylar wrote:
Lady Victory wrote:I remember the first time I learned about "trigger discipline" years ago. Ever since then I instinctively look at a shooter's hands in video games, movies, etc. to see if they're using it at times when it's most appropriate. Now whenever I see some fuck nugget in a work of fiction with no trigger discipline I mentally scream at them. That one scene (you know the one) in Pulp Fiction in particular convinced me of how important trigger discipline is. I literally can't not notice anymore. The inverse is also true: if I notice good trigger discipline, I mentally high five the character. "Ayyy this guy fucks!"

The best time is when you go to the store and notice some of the cashiers using trigger discipline on their scan guns

I unironically do that. Not just scan guns, also spray bottles, cordless drills, and pretty much anything else with a pistol grip. It’s good practice.
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Postby Neanderthaland » Tue May 04, 2021 3:38 pm

Abbeyverne wrote:
Soviet Progonya wrote:
Yeh every since I was trained to shoot guns I can't watch movies without noticing how unrealistic their handling of guns are. Also that theyre really fucking loud and there are so many times where I go "HOW TF IS HE SHOOTING THAT WITHOUT EAR PROTECTION" lmao.


My biggest pet peeves with guns in movies is the recoil, and also reloads, casings, and so much else. Brandon Herrera does some great breakdowns in Gun Builder Reacts. Also BRCC's Veterans React.

Mine is the endlessly reloading shotgun.
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Postby Adamede » Tue May 04, 2021 3:46 pm

Neanderthaland wrote:
Abbeyverne wrote:
My biggest pet peeves with guns in movies is the recoil, and also reloads, casings, and so much else. Brandon Herrera does some great breakdowns in Gun Builder Reacts. Also BRCC's Veterans React.

Mine is the endlessly reloading shotgun.

I remember when Hershel’s farm was over run on the walking dead how the magazine for his shotgun seemed to be dependent on plot tension.
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Postby Lady Victory » Tue May 04, 2021 5:40 pm

Adamede wrote:
Neanderthaland wrote:Mine is the endlessly reloading shotgun.

I remember when Hershel’s farm was over run on the walking dead how the magazine for his shotgun seemed to be dependent on plot tension.


Remember when a coked-out-of-his-mind Tony Montana fired off an entire arsenal's worth of munitions at an endless wave of cartel hitmen without ever reloading?

31 years later, we get John Wick. Amazing how media has evolved.
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Postby Hurtful Thoughts » Tue May 04, 2021 8:32 pm

Lady Victory wrote:
Adamede wrote:I remember when Hershel’s farm was over run on the walking dead how the magazine for his shotgun seemed to be dependent on plot tension.


Remember when a coked-out-of-his-mind Tony Montana fired off an entire arsenal's worth of munitions at an endless wave of cartel hitmen without ever reloading?

31 years later, we get John Wick. Amazing how media has evolved.

When reloading is the gun-foreplay of choice.
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Postby Pax Nerdvana » Wed May 05, 2021 6:21 am

Neanderthaland wrote:
Abbeyverne wrote:
My biggest pet peeves with guns in movies is the recoil, and also reloads, casings, and so much else. Brandon Herrera does some great breakdowns in Gun Builder Reacts. Also BRCC's Veterans React.

Mine is the endlessly reloading shotgun.

I have seen that clip four hundred times, and it never fails to amuse me. It’s exactly how movies use shotguns.
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Postby The Two Jerseys » Wed May 05, 2021 9:17 am

Pax Nerdvana wrote:
Neanderthaland wrote:Mine is the endlessly reloading shotgun.

I have seen that clip four hundred times, and it never fails to amuse me. It’s exactly how movies use shotguns.

Don't forget the part where getting hit by a shotgun blast automatically sends the victim flying across the room or through a plate glass window.
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Postby Mercatus » Wed May 05, 2021 11:28 am

The Two Jerseys wrote:
Pax Nerdvana wrote:I have seen that clip four hundred times, and it never fails to amuse me. It’s exactly how movies use shotguns.

Don't forget the part where getting hit by a shotgun blast automatically sends the victim flying across the room or through a plate glass window.


And never, ever forget that the spread can take out any size group within your sights!

I’m looking at you Halo.
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The Two Jerseys wrote:
Pax Nerdvana wrote:I have seen that clip four hundred times, and it never fails to amuse me. It’s exactly how movies use shotguns.

Don't forget the part where getting hit by a shotgun blast automatically sends the victim flying across the room or through a plate glass window.

And how shotguns are only effective at less then twenty yards. *cough cough* video games *cough cough*
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Postby Roblox Crossroads » Fri May 07, 2021 10:47 pm

Pax Nerdvana wrote:
The Two Jerseys wrote:Don't forget the part where getting hit by a shotgun blast automatically sends the victim flying across the room or through a plate glass window.

And how shotguns are only effective at less then twenty yards. *cough cough* video games *cough cough*

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Dylar wrote:The best time is when you go to the store and notice some of the cashiers using trigger discipline on their scan guns

I unironically do that. Not just scan guns, also spray bottles, cordless drills, and pretty much anything else with a pistol grip. It’s good practice.

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My favourite is Paul Harrell, though Clyde ‘n Bundy is great. Shame he doesn’t upload any more.
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Postby Lady Victory » Sat May 08, 2021 5:51 am

I remember when I was a kid YouTube was still all the rage and being both a gun-lover (even then) and a Russophile (still am, but to a lesser extent these days) I always really enjoyed FPSRussia even though his accent was obviously fake as fuck.

Kinda sad to hear about what's happened since.
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Postby The Chuck » Sat May 08, 2021 9:26 am

Impaled Nazarene wrote:

"The M-14 is a piece of shit."
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FTFY :P

I love his bitching about having to fix 25mm M242s and bigger stuff lol.
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Postby Impaled Nazarene » Sat May 08, 2021 6:56 pm

The Chuck wrote:
Impaled Nazarene wrote:"The M-14 is a piece of shit."
-Specialist Zach Hazard, Forward Support Company *Small* Arms Repairman.


FTFY :P

I love his bitching about having to fix 25mm M242s and bigger stuff lol.

Everything from handguns to Bradley Chainguns and 155 howitzers. Where is the line for small arms drawn??
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Postby Mercatus » Sat May 08, 2021 8:03 pm

Lady Victory wrote:I remember when I was a kid YouTube was still all the rage and being both a gun-lover (even then) and a Russophile (still am, but to a lesser extent these days) I always really enjoyed FPSRussia even though his accent was obviously fake as fuck.

Kinda sad to hear about what's happened since.


It’s some dumbass shit really. A piece of plant shouldn’t be what determines your right to own firearms.

He is the best guntuber ever, the father of all gun content on YT. I’d go so far as to say he was the best YTer of all time.
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