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    Wow... That is a nice trigger! Thanks again!
    "...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    Great feedback guys and nice video, Brent.
    "Scaring the hell out of them". I'll be sure to focus a bit more time on pistol work next time.
    James, no worries on the pistol, I can work on my off hand myself. Another way to look at is is,I didn't want to look like I was bullying the small plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johoevasmatrix View Post
    James, no worries on the pistol, I can work on my off hand myself. Another way to look at is is,I didn't want to look like I was bullying the small plate.
    Ha. For a second there, I thought you were going to use it as a club and beat that plate into submission!
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    Lmao.... I had to watch that video again. I'm still laughing! That last plate just didn't like the kind of ammo you were using... That's all.

    Also, If I do say so myself, I did a nice job shooting that video. I think I'm going to bring a video camera to the next one, so I can take some more detailed footage of each shooter.
    "...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."

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    To expand a bit on my review, this was my fourth MP5 related class, the previous three having been conducted by hkpro himself, Tom Dresner. I am in no way speaking down about those classes or Tom's Instruction, they were both great. James brought a different side, a different aspect to working with the firearm. The pace, composition, material, everything about this class was excellent. I would be remiss to not acknowledge the Frontline Defense Range, owner, his staff, all of it was top notch. I've been to a few other "educational programs" some that I'll re-visit again, others that I won't recommend for anything. The Teufelshund Tactical program is one of two that I will revisit, no question. I think I said it earlier, next time I'll take a couple of days to drive both ways, and not be so rushed.

    Excellent job, James, Thank You, Ben, and the other members who attended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oicani View Post
    Lmao.... I had to watch that video again. I'm still laughing! That last plate just didn't like the kind of ammo you were using... That's all.

    Also, If I do say so myself, I did a nice job shooting that video. I think I'm going to bring a video camera to the next one, so I can take some more detailed footage of each shooter.
    God you know it's bad when they watch the vid and say " whoever took that video did better shooting than the guy holding the gun" Oicani was that you that took the video?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johoevasmatrix View Post
    God you know it's bad when they watch the vid and say " whoever took that video did better shooting than the guy holding the gun" Oicani was that you that took the video?
    Yah man, that was me... I think I made you a bit nervous by showdowing you, but I needed to get the right angle.
    "...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby D View Post
    To expand a bit on my review, this was my fourth MP5 related class, the previous three having been conducted by hkpro himself, Tom Dresner. I am in no way speaking down about those classes or Tom's Instruction, they were both great. James brought a different side, a different aspect to working with the firearm. The pace, composition, material, everything about this class was excellent. I would be remiss to not acknowledge the Frontline Defense Range, owner, his staff, all of it was top notch. I've been to a few other "educational programs" some that I'll re-visit again, others that I won't recommend for anything. The Teufelshund Tactical program is one of two that I will revisit, no question. I think I said it earlier, next time I'll take a couple of days to drive both ways, and not be so rushed.

    Excellent job, James, Thank You, Ben, and the other members who attended.

    Bob
    High praise, indeed. You're an impressive shooter, Bobby, a real gentleman and a trooper for making such a long drive. It was great to get to train with you.
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    So anyone else going through trigger (MP5/UMP) withdrawal???
    "...but just like every other clone, they are copies of the original and copies are never as good as the original."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oicani View Post
    So anyone else going through trigger (MP5/UMP) withdrawal???
    I can identify with that and have the cure. The prescription is more HK. Give me a shout when you're ready for another dose.
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