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Gear Up for Tactical Training Armed With Airsoft

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The script captures a conversation focusing on the importance of challenging oneself to improve skills, using the context of pool playing and airsoft competitions. It narrates how seeking opponents of higher skill levels aids in personal growth and how engaging in airsoft provides a platform for honing tactical skills, particularly in night conditions using night vision equipment. Additionally, it touches on experiences with military-grade equipment, comparing various night vision models and discussing the adaptation to civilian purposes, including budget considerations. The discussion also extends to preference in firearms, emphasizing the value of training, familiarity with equipment, and suitable gear choices based on individual needs and financial capabilities.


00:00 Opening Thoughts on Improvement and Challenges

00:27 Discovering Airsoft: A New Hobby on the Horizon

01:10 Deep Dive into Night Vision Gear and Military Memories

01:31 Evaluating Shopping Options for Tactical Gear

07:37 The Practicality of Night Vision in Survival Situations

09:39 Investing in Firearms: Balancing Cost and Quality

14:45 Personal Proficiency and Weapon Familiarity

16:16 Closing Thoughts on Weapon Choice and Comfort


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Good morning, our fellow patriots, and welcome to

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the seventh episode of the season.

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Hey, today we're going to offer the suggestion to gear up for tactical

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training using airsoft weapons.

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And as always, we encourage you to share your comments with us.

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Just email us at podteam@theconstitutioncommandos.Org.

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We're going to get this started without any further ado.

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I'm your host, Chris Williams.

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My brother, Patrick, is your co host.

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And you're listening to the Constitution Commandos.

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I'm really in a great place to say this because I really just don't have a whole

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lot of experience, was playing pool, I looked for people rated three and four

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levels higher than me to learn from.

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Oh, absolutely.

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That's the only way you get better.

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Yeah.

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I didn't like playing people that weren't as good as me because that's just no fun.

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Yeah.

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It's just no fun.

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I got to get to a place where I can play Stop.

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I need to take a break.

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I'll definitely be looking up some Airsoft places around here.

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I didn't even know they existed.

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I don't know if they I haven't seen one advertised in our area.

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Hey, Madison might have one.

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I don't

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know.

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Now, granted most of, I don't have any Airsoft equipment.

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You, I, I wouldn't I wouldn't advertised on with Amazon, but I didn't think

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much of it, to be honest with you.

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Oh man I would, dude.

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You gotta watch some airsoft competitions.

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Find some on YouTube.

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Dude, this shit is crazy, man.

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Some of these guys go so far out to do night time assaults.

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They'll have their infrared, man.

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They'll have their damn lasers on their rifles.

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To work with the IR.

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Dude, some of these guys go in there, Man, they got kits like crazy.

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I wouldn't be able to do night time stuff because one, I'm not set up with infrared.

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I am looking at buying some night vision.

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I'm trying to find some NODs.

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I found some PVS 7s.

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I found some PVS 7s that are in the 1, 700 range.

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They're the Gen 2s, like what I wore when I was in the military.

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They're fine.

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Are you on T Mobile at all?

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Man, I stay away from that.

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It's worse than Amazon, in my opinion.

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It's very cheap shit.

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I don't live it.

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I've known some people that have ordered some things on there

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and they were very dissatisfied.

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Now, I'm not trying to bad mouth anything.

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I know for my personal preference, I think Amazon, if I were to order

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something, that's probably as low as I'm going to go for quality.

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Amazon and Timu were actually about the same as far as price goes, but

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I found that finding certain things on Timu is a lot easier than Amazon.

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Not much, but you, you can whatever they got on Timu, they got on Amazon.

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I'll put it that way.

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But they do have some night vision goggles I was looking at.

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And then I've got them for about the same price.

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Yeah I'm looking at some talking about some IR type shit too.

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Yeah.

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That's all it is now.

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I'm looking at, I would like to be able to get the PBS

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sevens, the second generations.

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That's what I used when I was in, they got some for about 1700.

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It's the single, Okay.

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Yeah, single off the front, but two eye cups in the back.

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a night vision driver.

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I'm gonna tell you what, that shit fucked me up the first time I used it.

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All night vision is gonna operate in a relatively the same way.

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Yeah, cause you got no depth perception.

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Another thing is, see, back when I was in, when you had IR stuff being utilized, You

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didn't have the laser capability on your weapons to fire under those conditions.

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IR lasers where they would flood or anything like that.

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When I did night qualifying with my nod up, my nods on, I

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was looking at muzzle flash.

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And it just washed it out.

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And that's the way I'm saying when I'm shooting at night with nods on.

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Yeah that's the way it wipe out.

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Came out keeps them blinding.

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You, it would flush it out.

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And it, yeah.

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And I think I have depth perception issues because of that.

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From what I understand from the studies that I've done, because I

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noticed when I got out of the guard, we, we did our, we did a night vision.

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It was a night drive.

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Oh yeah.

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We did that period.

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nvg, no, you did it way more than I did.

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I only did it like twice.

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We had to do it to even get our military driver's license.

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We had to drive at night with nods.

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That was the first one I did.

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But I realized when I put them MVGs on, I was like, what the hell?

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It's like I couldn't tell if something was close to me or far away from me.

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And then when I took the damn goggles off, I was like, I still

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can't tell, it drove me nuts.

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But when I did a night drive, somebody had lit a damn cigarette and I wanted to

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beat the shit out of them for that shit.

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Just him pulling the drag off the cigarette.

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Shut my goggles off, but before it did, it looked like I was looking into a

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wedding or, yeah, it'll flush them out.

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I got bright and it's not good.

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Say we were trained specifically all the time.

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We were always trying noise and light pollution period.

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We maintain That's why I'm not a dipper.

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I don't like to dip or chew, but the scouts, my team

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leader told me point blank.

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Don't you smoke out here?

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Yeah.

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He said, you're a smoker.

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I said, yes, sir.

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And he said, not with us.

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He said, I'll put a bullet in your head.

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I said, sir, I went straight to the airborne PVPX and bought me some red man.

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I was like, we're done.

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Actually.

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I bought a log of Copenhagen.

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Thought I'd be able to handle that.

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And I had to get, how did Copenhagen work for you?

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Oh man, I hate this shit.

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So then I was like I gotta get my nicotine, so the next mission

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I went out there and I was nicotine poor that first mission.

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And when I got back, first thing I did was I went and bought me

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a big ol I can't remember how many packs a red man came in it.

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I went and bought me that.

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And from then on, I had red man in my mouth on these exercises

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because I'm not wanting to really go without damn cigarette.

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I wasn't too happy about that position, but I also wasn't happy

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about the idea of me being the guy that gave us the position of my unity.

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So my team, that was first and foremost for me, light pollution.

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You don't light a cigarette.

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If I did, I had to do it under a poncho that was layered or something.

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I had to make sure that light, that glow could not be seen.

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I'm going to tell you that after I worked with those NBG's the first

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time, we were sitting at the armory the first time I put the NBG's on,

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and the Humvee in front of me, see him with no problem till I took the NBG's

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off and I couldn't see him at all.

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And then I realized.

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How small an area was exposed for me to see that home be with the MVGs on.

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Yeah.

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Holy shit.

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And then when I was doing that night drive and that dude lit that cigarette,

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my goggles went out, vanished on me.

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I couldn't see nothing.

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And it look like you go out.

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They went flush.

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They went right.

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Because they cut off.

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He took a drag out that cigarette.

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It looked like a welding arc.

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I was looking at and then I was like, that's it.

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Just that little bit of light right there.

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It didn't take anything really, and I was totally amazed at

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how much those MDGs pick up.

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All you need is a little bit of ambient light.

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That's it.

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I would hate to be a chopper pilot coming in on a chem light.

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It's I need to be surprised how poorly they work when you're in triple canopy.

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When you get zero light through the earth and, they work off of reflective light.

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It's amazing.

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There are situations where they don't work very good at all.

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But anyway yeah, some of these guys in airsoft, they really they go all

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out, I wouldn't be able to do any nighttime assaults or anything, but

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I would love to get into situations where we're doing urban assaults.

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I'd like to get into wooded and jungle type of environment doing it.

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I would like to hone my skills.

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I think that would be a wonderful way to do it.

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If you find an airsoft community anywhere near us.

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Hey, I don't I'm going to be looking as soon as we get done with this.

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I'm going to start looking because I didn't even know these existed.

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Be honest.

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Yeah, I'll cause I got a plate carrier and all, I don't have any plates for it,

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but I will buy, I'd like to buy an actual tactical helmet, but I'll get a bump

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helmet something where I can mount NVGs.

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Eventually, cause I'm looking at some NVGs right now and I know they're lower end.

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I don't know how well they work.

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They got a decent alleged rating, in the 400 range.

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And look, I don't want anybody to comment saying, Oh, that's garbage.

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Don't waste your money.

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I know it's going to probably be garbage.

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Go ahead and say it's garbage.

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And we'll just disregard the comment.

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For me, just kidding.

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This is my thing.

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Look, I got binocs everywhere, right?

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I keep an extra high power.

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I got a high powered scope.

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I've got things.

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So I've got a way to observe a distance if I ever had to bug out.

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But think about the nods for me, whether they are cheap or good.

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If they are functional, that is one additional resource for me because

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personally with my training, I would rather move under the cover of darkness.

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So I would probably move more at night than I would during the day.

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So I would like to have the ability Excuse me, observe ahead.

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If my wife and I are moving, I will move ahead of her.

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I'll tell her you stay here.

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I'm going to move ahead.

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I'm going to pull a little bit of a recon and I'm going to verify that

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the direction we're going is safe.

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night vision, no matter how cheap they are, will aid me in that ability.

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Like I said, I do plan on buying some PBS sevens at one time.

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They've got PBS thirteens.

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They got a few generations of them.

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I don't have 3, 000.

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I don't have 5, 000.

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They've got some that are over 10 grand.

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I don't have, I don't have the money to put into that level of equipment,

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and look, I'm not a contractor.

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I don't work for an overseas contract agency.

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So if I made the money and this is another thing that our

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audience needs to understand.

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Don't buy cheap just to have it.

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If you're going to buy a gun, Don't be scared to spend the

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money is really what it is.

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Yeah okay, my wife, inexperienced shooter.

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We got her an AR.

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She has the Smith and Wesson M and P 15, the sport too.

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There are things different between the first MMP and the sport too,

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like you got an ejection cover and you've got a forward assist.

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I thought those were corrective designs for that weapon that were a benefit and

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I think people ought to have on a weapon.

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So I encouraged her to buy that weapon.

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Now, the weapon is cheaper, Then a lot of other A.

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R.

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S.

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But for her experience level and for where we are, it is a functional weapon.

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We have good optics.

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They are zeroed in and you're gonna be able to exceed 10, 000

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rounds easy through the pipe.

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But for what we have, she, over time, we can save and buy a higher end

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Daniel defense or a higher end AR.

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But right now that weapon is suited for her ability and her

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knowledge or experience level and it will serve the purpose.

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Are there better ARs?

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Absolutely.

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But I didn't have 2500 to put in an AR for her with, no experience, nothing.

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And Not to mention that we're not rich.

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Some people that don't have a gun and they want to go buy a gun, some

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people might have 10, 000 to drop on a weapon and say, hey, yeah.

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I've got 10,000 disposable, I'm gonna go buy badass freaking ar whatever.

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Bank bottle got $10,000 disposable people that make a lot of money.

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I don't know.

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I don't say, don't even think Donald Trump's got that kind of money now.

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I'm just saying that each person's, disposable income is different,

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each person's income is different.

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They make weapons for lower income purchases and they make

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more quality weapons in the higher income bracket, but right.

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Don't think that you have to buy, don't go talk to somebody that's

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got an 8, 000 rifle and think that if you get a 700 rifle, you can't

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hit the same target that he can hit.

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That's bullshit.

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That broke that wrong with that SKS.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, but I'm just saying having the rifle and not training on

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it or having the firearm and not training on it, the rifle is no good.

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The training, the person behind the rifle is how that's what you judge the rifle on.

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The rifle is a tool.

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The person is the killer.

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So that's the difference.

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And, people can buy relatively inexpensive firearms that will suit their immediate

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needs, and it's just point blank.

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So when it comes to the infrared, the night vision.

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I understand there is going to be a huge performance difference between what

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I can realistically afford right now and what I plan on upgrading to later.

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Even what I have experience with, I cannot afford.

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Night vision is very expensive.

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If I went through a PVS 7, a second generation, I'm looking at

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a minimum about 1, 700 for that.

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Then you got to have the mount.

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You got to have the helmet.

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You got to have a way to affix it so you can use it while you're moving.

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Then, you got to have the infrared laser on your rifle.

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This shit, just that alone is going to put you five, six thousand dollars.

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That's not all the guy that you sent me that video for,

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the guy with that long beard.

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Yeah.

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He was talking about that Mark 18 he's got, and I'm sitting

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there looking at that guy.

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Dude, that thing ain't much more than a pistol.

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Oh yeah.

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No.

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I it got, he's got a fricking laser red, a laser side on it, or

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No, it's not even a laser side.

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Is it infrared?

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No, he's got, he on the front of the hand guard he is got, that's infrared.

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It's got two lights on front of that.

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The iron side.

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Ones in infra.

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The other one is, yeah, he's got, yeah, he's got a red dot, he's

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got optic and then he is got the 45 degree hand grip on the front.

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That's.

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Yeah, he's got a he's got a well, he's a seal.

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He's a seal and he goes for functionality.

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Not to mention By the way, it doesn't mean that all seals go for that mark 18.

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He just happens to appreciate that one and he likes it Yeah personal preference.

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It's his style his needs everything and I've seen of the seals that prefer

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other weapons But he's got his reasons for preferring that one and quite

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frankly the way he's got that one decked out Dude, that is a badass weapon.

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Well said.

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Absolutely.

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He said he did 300 meters with deadly accuracy with that rifle.

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And you know what, that weapon in your hands or my hands

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might not be as effective.

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I would've to venture to say that would not be near as effective in my hands.

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Yeah.

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But see, like weapon I have, he's used to that weapon.

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I'm uber effective with the weapon I have.

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I just have to go through time drills.

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I have to go through movement drills.

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I need to, and I, unfortunately, I don't get as much time to do that because.

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I have some rounds, but I have to, if I go to the range, I try not to go

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to the range until I replace what I already spent and then buy him more.

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So I'm unfortunately, I don't get the trigger time that I want or need.

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I am proficient in many areas, just not as many areas as I used to be in.

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That Mark 18, that guy is extremely proficient.

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He loves that weapon.

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He's also got the money to buy rounds to shoot all the time.

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Even besides that.

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This is something that he's comfortable with.

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And actually, if you're comfortable with it, that's probably the

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best thing for you to have.

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Now me, I'm good with that 38 dad's guy.

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I'm real good with that 38.

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I'm actually better at it than dad is.

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Not being braggadocious.

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I just shoot that weapon better than he does.

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Now, I would almost venture to say that I probably shoot that 38 better than that

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seal does that brags about that mark 18.

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You know what I mean?

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But not because he's.

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A shitty shooter.

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We know that's not true, but it's just a weapon.

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It's comfortable to you.

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You're familiar with it.

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That's exactly what I'm saying.

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And that's why they make that's why there are so many weapons made.

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And that's why there are so many different companies.

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And that's why there are so many different price points.

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Every person is not going to feel comfortable with

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the other person's weapon.

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So even if they are comfortable with the same weapon, one's going

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to shoot better than the other.

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And you had to expect that, but but then that's where you look at the

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rifling, how many twists per inch.

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Then you got to look at what type of round are you shooting through it?

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You can take a gun and run you a hypersonic bullet through

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it and have a certain length barrel with a certain twist.

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And like me, my rifle, the hypersonics, they're very hard to group.

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I shoot down into the 67 grain or 68 grain and that's 62 to 68 grain.

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62 actually I get the best tightest group out of my rifle.

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And that's a specific manufacturer bullet.

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Now I could experience with the ballistics of different manufacturers and grains

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and types of bullet, whether it be a ball round or if it's a full metal jacket or

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if it's a lead bullet or, there are a lot.

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There are so many different factors in the accuracy of your weapon.

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You can take a cheap weapon, figure out which round and what grind, what grain

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bullet shoots best out of that weapon, and you can make it an accurate weapon.

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That concludes our discussion today and we appreciate you for listening.

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We want to hear your views and comments about today's episode.

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Until next time, and on behalf of my brother and myself, we're the Constitution

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Commandos and we're signing off.

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Chris Williams is a dedicated member of the Constitution Commandos, hailing from the vibrant state of Mississippi. Born and raised in the heart of the Magnolia state, Chris has an unwavering commitment to upholding the principles and values enshrined in the United States Constitution.

With a background in the racing industry, Chris has developed a keen sense of precision and attention to detail. His expertise lies in balancing and blueprinting racing engines, where he has honed his craft to perfection. This combination of technical mastery and a determined spirit makes Chris an invaluable asset to the Constitution Commandos.

Beyond his mechanical prowess, Chris is also a talented musician. Whether it be taking the stage as a performer, contributing his instrumental skills as a studio musician, or pouring his heart into writing soul-stirring songs, he uses music as a powerful tool to inspire anyone who listens to his work.

Chris's entrepreneurial spirit has led him to venture into various small businesses, primarily in the realm of residential construction. This experience has equipped him with a practical understanding of the challenges faced by hardworking Americans.

As a proud member of the Army National Guard and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, Chris has demonstrated his allegiance to his country and a commitment to defending the freedoms and liberties enumerated by the Constitution of the United States. His military service has instilled in him a sense of duty and honor that he carries with him in all his endeavors.

Whether it's on the racetrack, on stage, in the business world, or in support and defense of the Constitution, Chris Williams is true American patriot. He is a vital member of the Constitution Commandos, and he tirelessly works to protect and preserve the essence of America's founding principles.

Patrick Williams

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Patrick Williams, a distinguished cohost of The Constitution Commandos, is a true patriot who has demonstrated his devotion to the ideals of the Constitution through both his military service and his advocacy work. Having served in the prestigious 82nd Airborne of the United States Army, Patrick brings a unique perspective to discussions about the importance of constitutional rights.

Enlisting in the military was a natural choice for Patrick, driven by his deep love for his country and a desire to protect the freedoms that make it unique. As a member of the 82nd Airborne, he underwent grueling training and gained invaluable experience in military operations. Patrick's time in the Army not only instilled in him a strong sense of discipline and teamwork but also highlighted the vital role that the Constitution plays in guiding and safeguarding the actions of our armed forces.

After completing his military service, Patrick continued to carry the spirit of duty and service into his civilian life. As a cohost of The Constitution Commandos, he utilizes his firsthand knowledge and experiences to shed light on the constitutional implications of various issues facing our nation today. Through thought-provoking discussions, Patrick underscores the importance of vigilance in protecting our rights and the need for an informed citizenry to actively participate in the democratic process.

Patrick's military background, coupled with his passion for constitutional principles, allows him to provide unique insights into the balance between national security and individual liberties. His comprehensive understanding of military matters, enriches the discussions on The Constitution Commandos, empowering listeners to engage in informed debates about the intersection of constitutional rights.

Patrick Williams, the All American Commando, exemplifies the honor, commitment, and dedication of a true American patriot. Through his service in the esteemed 82nd Airborne and his role as a cohost on The Constitution Commandos, he embodies the importance of defending and upholding the principles enshrined in the Constitution, ensuring a strong and enduring legacy for generations to come.