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    Default Vehicle Ambush Drill with VP9 and MP5

    Here's a Vehicle Ambush Drill demonstration with the VP9 and MP5 from last weekend's Teufelshund Tactical Advanced Sub-Machinegun Operator Course.

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    Very convenient to have your MP5 right there inside your blown-out rear window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dms16 View Post
    Very convenient to have your MP5 right there inside your blown-out rear window.
    ...and spare mags. Isn't that how you roll?
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    Too many micro-seconds wasted!!!

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    In the time it took the guy to get his seatbelt off, he'd be dead. Get some rounds downrange then get your seatbelt off. Not sure how many people are going to have an MP5 conveniently placed in the back of their vehicle with the window down. I'd think anyone who has one would have it available immediately. Frankly, I'm not too impressed by this "training."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preus View Post
    In the time it took the guy to get his seatbelt off, he'd be dead. Get some rounds downrange then get your seatbelt off. Not sure how many people are going to have an MP5 conveniently placed in the back of their vehicle with the window down. I'd think anyone who has one would have it available immediately. Frankly, I'm not too impressed by this "training."
    Thanks for your comments that clearly show you need training. I'm not going to waste my time here explaining why the demo was presented in that manner, but I assure you it is well thought out and based on plenty of experience.
    ...and the back window was not down, it was blown out. We operated with the vehicle that was provided and the trunk latch did not work, so that was a simulation of opening the trunk, but then I would not expect you to think that far into it.
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    Yes, I've had plenty of training and if I'm in a potential threat environment and in fact am in a situation where there are threats requiring me to shoot, I'm not going to stop and slowly remove my seatbelt, I'm going to put as many rounds on target as I can and then get the hell out of the vehicle and post up behind any potential concealment my vehicle offers. And no, I'm not storing a submachine gun in the back of my vehicle. If I had one on me, it would be with me. That's kind of the point of a submachine gun firing pistol rounds anyway. I'm sure the guys who take the training have a lot of fun, but please don't piss on my shoes and tell me it is raining, sir. Some of actually do know better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Preus View Post
    Sorry if we hurt your feelings, but it's pretty obvious just where the BS factor comes into play in these "training" scenarios.
    Ha! Hurt my feelings. Ha!
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    Thanks for the share. Nice to see people making use of their weapons and training with them. Not just keyboard warriors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dms16 View Post
    Very convenient to have your MP5 right there inside your blown-out rear window.
    LOL...Hollywood could not have scripted it any better.

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