Russian close quarters shooting drills

Building confidence levels so only the bad guys get taken out......

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+16 1. Zebulun commented 6 years ago

That's about the most incredible thing I've ever seen.
No Paintball, Airsoft or BF4 for these guys.
They go straight for the real deal.
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+13 2. Dmitry commented 6 years ago

Wow! Live ammo in training? Never heard of such a thing! That's about as close as you can get to real battle hardening without a real battle with real enemies. I know it's all worth it, considering the line of work these guys are in, but still, I can't help but wonder, how many people get shot and killed in this training.
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+11 3. torbengb commented 6 years ago

He just stands there, taking three bullets in his chest -- yes I KNOW he's wearing a vest but still he doesn't even FLINCH! :O
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-1 4. ughlah commented 6 years ago

he probably even can eat chili ;)
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

I wonder what he would do with just two bullets in the vest and one in the bollocks >:)
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+5 6. LobsterKing commented 6 years ago

This is some seriously intense shooting drills,I am impressed!
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+2 7. archis commented 6 years ago

That is to crazy, he did misfire one shot and almost hit his feet.
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+4 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 6 years ago

#7 Wasnt was an intended warning shot to the ground instead to the air. He did it in both drills and you see in the slow mo that he really squeezed the trigger and then lift his finger off the trigger again.
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+5 9. Kiksmaler commented 6 years ago

Like a BOSS!
Like a RUSS!
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+3 10. sunnydaze4me commented 6 years ago

#7 A misfire is when a round doesn't go off when the primer is struck. What you described would be called an accidental discharge, but he meant to do it.
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-2 11. martynbiker commented 6 years ago

SAS train with live ammo under even harsher conditions (smoke, flashbangs, in the dark in rooms, etc)