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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

    No wonder the homeys wear such baggy pants.

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    Pretty neat. Now, can he show us how to deploy any of those loudenbangers quickly and effectively under stress and at close range, possibly under direct force of attack? Without blowing off anything important?

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    Dang!!!
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    I 'bout fell out of my chair when he pulled out the shotgun! LOL.

    I've actually seen that clip before and it's no joke. You never know what "the other guy" has hidden away in his pants. It pays to be alert and expect the unexpected.
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    If you kick him in the groin, which of the firearms will go off first?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dcastiglione View Post
    If you kick him in the groin, which of the firearms will go off first?
    The little one.
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    funny but he couldn't walk without blowing his nuts off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    The little one.
    Classic.

    I've also seen this clip before...but it still amazes me. The shotgun down the pants was an especially nice touch I thought.
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    Talk about a one man army!
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    Looks like Detroit
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedan View Post
    Pretty neat. Now, can he show us how to deploy any of those loudenbangers quickly and effectively under stress and at close range, possibly under direct force of attack? Without blowing off anything important?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Kaur View Post
    With a SmartCarry and a good instructor
    Wise woman! There are techs that address this situation, at least with the more sensible hardware. Not too sure about that shotgun ...

    Raise leg, pull trigger, hope you don't blow off foot???

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    LOL!

    Is that a shotgun in your pants or....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Kaur View Post
    LOL!

    Is that a shotgun in your pants or....
    ....an M-60?

    So what's the moral of the story? Don't trust anyone wearing baggy pants with their shirt untucked? What if you can see thier boxers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celtic_Crippler View Post
    ....an M-60?

    So what's the moral of the story? Don't trust anyone wearing baggy pants with their shirt untucked? What if you can see thier boxers?
    LOL! I love how he carries the M-60 *without* the mag.

    The moral of the story is...if you are carrying concealed, NO ONE should know that you're packing.


    Even when you are packing...uh...more than one piece at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad View Post
    Looks like Detroit
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    Could just as easily be Atlanta....trust me on that!
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    Would have been interesting to see if he could walk somewhat normally

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Kaur View Post
    LOL! I love how he carries the M-60 *without* the mag.

    The moral of the story is...if you are carrying concealed, NO ONE should know that you're packing.


    Even when you are packing...uh...more than one piece at a time
    Appearance is important. I don't draw a second glance when I am carrying. My cousin gets hassled even when he isn't.

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