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Big boy rules

That term is, apparently, synonymous with full retard. Tam on the fail train(ing):

I have learned a new rule, though: If the trainer you’re thinking of using advertises his business by photoshopping his face into video game artwork, this should be a clue to seek training elsewhere.

Seriously, watch that video. And why exactly would someone want to engage in hand to hand combat with a guy up close and then shoot a guy far away? Wouldn’t you just shoot the guy who’s close?

9 Responses to “Big boy rules”

  1. Bubblehead Les Says:

    I went to the dudes site, found out it’s in the Philippines. This dude seems to think it’s Okay to “Blend” Loaded Handguns into Martial Arts Striking Methods.

    I blame KaBar for that silly Pistol Bayonet, myself.

  2. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Obviously because the guy you’re fighting up close will freeze and help you steady your shot as soon as the gun clears leather…and then will start “fighting” you again as soon as your gun is back on your belt.

  3. Rivrdog Says:

    Consider all threats as to their potential level of harm to you. Armed threats, unarmed threats by someone showing moves of a martial arts pro all have the maximum threat potential. Shoot!

    You’d rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

  4. Sebastian Noblog Says:

    It strikes me that I could cop a couple moves from The Transporter and start a tacticool school in my backyard. If the neighbors complained about the flying lead I’d simply remind them that they need to “trust their partner”.

  5. Jennifer Says:

    I was thinking the same thing. Just shoot the close guy and then deal with the other guy.

  6. Leatherwing Says:

    You have to use your final shot on the main bad guy who’s kidnapping your girlfriend/wife/president. You can’t waste it on mere henchmen.

  7. HiddenHills Says:

    I like the movie scene where Indiana Jones just shrugs & shoots the sword guy.

  8. SouthpawByNW Says:

    This guy plays waaay too much Splinter Cell and Metal Gear Solid. I like games too, but I don’t try to recreate the crap I see.

  9. Laughingdog Says:

    “This guy plays waaay too much Splinter Cell”

    It’s funny that Splinter Cell is exactly what I thought of when Uncle asked why you’d fight someone close and then shoot someone far away.

    Duh, because you use the guy up close as your docile and compliant human shield, just like in the video games.