G-FTJFQ7J38N GTM-5ZH6PM5 1479953155842238 The Second Amendment - The Constitution Commandos

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The Second Amendment

The Constitution Commandos


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Pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America.

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Republic for which it stands.

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One nation under God.

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Good morning, fellow Americans.

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And welcome to the third episode of the season.

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As we continue our discussions on things we can do to build

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communities and get prepared for whatever situation lies ahead.

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Get your free membership by signing up for our weekly emails to get notifications

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about new episodes, and I'll send you a copy of the Declaration of Independence

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and the Constitution of the United States.

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I'm your host Chris Williams, my brother Patrick Williams's co host,

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and we are the Constitution Commandos.

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All American Commando: I'm going to jump into the another part of security

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that is obviously not for everybody but

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still on personal dwelling.

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All American Commando: Yeah, and but this is so important for being

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able to communicate a plan of action with the people in your home.

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And this is, in my opinion, the easiest way to defend and preserve

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life is the second amendment.

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And if anybody wants to tell you the second amendment is for hunting,

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stop listening to their opinions.

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The second amendment is to defend yourself and your property.

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Point blank, that's doesn't matter who you're defending yourself against.

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That is the 2nd amendment is to defend yourself and your property.

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Let me says I've been here because I have heard this in

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questioning of Marjorie Taylor green.

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The 2nd amendment was not there for the people to overthrow the government.

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That was not the purpose.

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However, in case the government gets too big, it is there for that purpose.

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But that was not the reason for it.

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The reason for it was If this country had to go to war against another

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country, the government would call on its citizens would come armed to the teeth.

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That's what it's there for.

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Just so we're clear on that Second Amendment thing.

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Go ahead.

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All American Commando: Yeah, but when we talk about firearms in a defense

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situation, if you go buy a firearm, having the firearm is absolutely useless

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if you don't go spend time at the range.

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You have got to get to the range.

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You have got to train with that weapon.

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That weapon is useless.

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If you do not know how to properly holster it, to clear it, to put it on

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safe, to take it out of the holster, to charge it, the proper storage and use.

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Yep.

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Firearm safety.

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I don't care what anybody says.

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The first and most important thing that you do with a firearm, any

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responsible gun owner, is firearm safety.

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And I don't know how they do it in the military,

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except for what we got in the Navy.

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And believe me, we push buttons, we don't pull triggers unless you're

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in the SEALs or SeaBees . But, as far as firearm safety, it was keep

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your weapon pointed downrange.

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That's pretty much it.

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Now growing up, firearm safety meant we were shown a firearm.

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An empty one.

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And we were taught how to hold it, where to and not to point

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it, how to load it, and that was before we ever saw the ammunition.

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And so firearm safety is probably more critical than the use of the firearm.

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So I want to throw that in there because firearm safety is absolutely critical.

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All American Commando: Yeah, because there, there are no bad guns.

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No, there are poor operators.

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If you do not understand firearm safety and you have an accidental discharge, or

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you don't understand trigger discipline and you shoot somebody in your family or

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in a house, That is not the gun's problem.

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That is your problem.

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So that's not to say that some very experienced gun

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owners haven't had things happen.

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And they do happen.

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We're people.

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We make mistakes.

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But the more you know firearm safety, the fewer mistakes you can plan on having.

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All American Commando: That firearm should be an extension of your body.

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You should not have to think a fraction of a second how to properly

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deploy and use that firearm.

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It should be muscle memory.

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Yep.

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So if you get a firearm, and I will say, everybody will look at this differently.

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My personal opinion, a pistol is not the greatest thing for

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personal defense in a home.

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To me, a pistol is one of the hardest weapons to utilize,

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deploy, and to hit targets.

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Now, if you choose to have a pistol for your personal defense, now, sure, if

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you're in your vehicle, you're going out roaming town, a pistol mandatory.

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Yeah.

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But if you choose, and I understand not everybody's just rolling in cash,

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especially in today's economic time.

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If a pistol is the first thing that you can afford, Then when

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you buy your pistol, then you need to find a firearms instructor.

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I could give two shits about concealed carry.

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I could give two shits about any of that crap until you know how to use.

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Weapon.

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Weapon.

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And if you find somebody to teach you how to use a pistol and they

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do not teach you firearm safety, you find you another instructor.

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And I will say this just to add in, and maybe it's

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because I'm a little bit partial, the firearms instructors that I have.

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Met or have known to be firearms instructors, I would probably

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trust them before just anybody that claims to be a firearms instructor.

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But I would find somebody's prior service press, preferably somebody, special teams.

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And there's a reason why I recommend that, not just because I'm biased, 'cause

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I'm a veteran, but there's a reason I recommend them to be firearms instructors.

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Those guys go full blown, they go high speed, live fire.

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And they managed to not kill each other, and they're very

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trying to do that as well.

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Oh, absolutely.

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There's a lot of police that have extreme training, but that's what I'm saying.

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Regardless when it, and I want a lot of those people, you have very capable

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instructors out there that never did a day in the military or we're not on the force.

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But the thing that I'm saying is, number one thing, the instructor should

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not be your husband, or your wife, or somebody that you are friends with.

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You are going to get talked to, and you need to understand the

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possible consequences of not learning and appreciating that weapon.

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You need somebody that is sole focused on not who you are, what you are doing.

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If you have a weapon.

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They need to be able to teach you firearm safety.

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Learn firearm safety, learn how to deploy your weapon and to acquire your target.

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That's the first and foremost.

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Yeah, that's important.

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And check your feelings at the door.

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Don't even worry about taking your feelings with you

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because you don't need those.

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All American Commando: You don't need them.

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But, and the reason we came to the second amendment talking about site

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security is Once you get the weapon and I would leave it up to each

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individual because everybody's situation is different everybody's So talk to

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somebody prior to purchasing a weapon.

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Tell them what your immediate needs are for that weapon.

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Explain to them the environment that you are immediately trying

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to defend, being your home.

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Is it a brick structure?

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Is it a wood structure?

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Is it stucco?

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Does it, everything about it.

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Tell them that you are trying to have a self defense weapon for your property.

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Get a lot of different Input.

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Input on the type of weapon.

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Okay.

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Now, once you have determined which weapon that you're going to purchase, and that

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you have started taking some type of firearm safety class, and an instructor

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is teaching you proper use of the weapon, then you need to start understanding.

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Ask, There is no better way to find out about a firearm and I'm military trained

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and I still buzz people's ears because the technology changes all the time.

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It's not static.

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It is rapidly changing.

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I'm not ashamed to say it.

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I don't know everything.

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And I'm going to ask if you use a pistol, you're probably going

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to want to utilize hollow points.

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And this goes into the communicating part.

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If you have a firearm, and you have a family in your home, and

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you have a weapon, and you have to engage a perpetrator, 911 is

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already on the phone, it's already on speaker, it's already on document.

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And if you have Children, they need to know if somebody comes in

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this house, lay flat on the floor.

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That way, if you engage a perpetrator and you shoot them and it goes through

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the wall, then it's going to go over the head likely of your Children.

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If your spouse is there.

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Your spouse needs to know what to do.

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Anytime a firearm is deployed, you always, I don't care if it's combat, I

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don't care if it's personal defense, I don't give a shit if you're at a range.

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You always identify your target, period.

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Before you squeeze the trigger, before you put your finger on the trigger,

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Yeah, don't be a gangbanger and just start waving your gun around

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with your finger on the trigger.

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That's dangerous for everybody.

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All American Commando: Absolutely.

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Because you have to think of the safety of your family.

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Remember, preservation of life.

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That is the mission.

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That is what is on your mind.

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It is not badass or Billy the Kid or it is to protect life.

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Yeah.

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And quite frankly, on a personal level if it's gonna be inside my

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dwelling, I'm just going for a knife.

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I'm just saying . It's

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All American Commando: just that's me.

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And sometimes the situation won't allow for that if

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there's multiple as statements.

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That's true.

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That's true.

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True, that's true.

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But you need to understand the type of bullets or ammunition that you're using.

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Some bullets will go clean through the house and exit the front or the back,

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and it might go in the neighbor's house.

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You don't want that.

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All American Commando: learn.

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Your ammunition, get the appropriate ammunition for the firearm that

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you chose to best defend your home.

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Including the grain load.

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That's important.

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Yeah, but yes, not as important probably as whether or not you use them.

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Absolutely.

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It is important because it determines how much

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velocity is behind that round.

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Absolutely.

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But.

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You can get a hypersonic load that will mushroom, and it will still pass through

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a few walls, but it depends on the bullet.

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The bullet is just as important as the gun.

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You go to the range, you're gonna use probably, let's just say AR,

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you're gonna use an AR platform.

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A 2 23.

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Heck, when I go to the range, I'm gonna use the cheapest bullets I can a 55 grain.

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I usually use American Eagle.

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There's a bunch of quality bullets out there.

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I'm not sponsored by anybody.

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That's what I use.

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And it's more efficient.

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It's a range bullet.

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It's cheaper.

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I was say, if you're going to the

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range, you don't want something that you're going to use for any other

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purpose, but the range, you don't wanna spend top dollar on range rounds.

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Don't want something that's gonna gunk up your gun and cause it to jam either.

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All American Commando: On top of your instructor, when you decide

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the weapon that you want, the gunked up gun, cause it is ineffective.

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It's a paperweight.

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Let's say that again.

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You get your instructor, if your instructor.

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does not take the time to teach you how to properly clean your weapon.

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Find another instructor.

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Cleaning the weapon is just as important as knowing how to properly

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use it in a safe fashion and acquiring and engaging a target.

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Cleaning a weapon is part of, it's no different than owning a car.

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If you have to add water or oil, you do it.

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And if you don't do it, the car will break down.

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Have to say that the cleaning weapon falls

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under the category of safety.

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Unless you pulled the trigger and heard that thunk, you have no idea.

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You don't want to hear that.

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But you know what I'm saying, it falls under the category of safety all day long.

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If you don't have a clean weapon, you're looking at all kinds of problems down

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the road that you really don't want.

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All American Commando: Oh, absolutely.

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There's numerous malfunctions that unclean weapon is an dirty weapon is an unsafe

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weapon and it should not be used period.

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If you choose to buy a weapon, ask questions, figure out the best weapon for

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the purpose that you're getting it for, explore munitions, ask questions, get

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the right munitions for the environment that you're going to deploy that weapon

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in, and learn how to clean that weapon.

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Now, if anybody out there has any favorite weapons that they like to use

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for home defense, or if anybody out there has any tidbits of information that

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might have more training than myself.

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It doesn't even matter if it's less training than me.

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If you have an interesting perspective on this, I really do want to hear

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it because I'm here to learn just as well as I am to spread a little

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bit of the knowledge that I do have.

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Most definitely because I would love to think I know a lot.

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I'd like to think that, but it seems the more people I meet,

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the more I learn, I don't know.

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All American Commando: So yeah, I know a little bit about a lot of shit and

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that's about the extent of my knowledge.

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It's fun to think, everything for about 30 seconds.

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That's as far as it goes.

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All American Commando: Now, another thing that I would talk about back

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to pace, you got a primary, you got an alternate, you got a contingency,

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and then you got an emergency.

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Fallback positions, primary position, defend your own right

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now, an alternate position.

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Everybody should use their brain.

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Sun Tzu even says the wise warrior will avoid the fight.

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Okay.

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If you are utilizing a weapon that has a higher capacity to defend your home and

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you have multiple assailants come in your home, you are still at a disadvantage

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because there are multiple assailants.

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You're not going to know for sure if they're coming in the same entry point.

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You're not going to you don't know all the breach points, but if it's

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one or two people coming in your home and you're using a high capacity

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magazine, you have an advantage.

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Now, when you're at the range and you're shooting targets, they do not shoot back.

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You might be able to hit the target 10 out of 10 times, 20 out

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of 20 times, 30 out of 30 times.

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When the target shoots back, your accuracy is going to fall off immensely.

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For a lot of reasons, but a lot of times you got to take cover.

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So if it comes to a point that you have to go to an alternate location

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and you cannot preserve life anymore at your home, then you have to

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be able to bug out of that home.

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So you need to have some type of a go bag.

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Now, I can get into a million different scenarios and situations.

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It would be impossible for me to cover each of them and provide adequate

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information on any of them if I did that.

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So let's just say you had to bug out and you had to bug out for up to 72 hours.

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Your home is being overrun.

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You cannot protect the lives of you or the people in your home.

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Forget about your property.

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Your property doesn't matter.

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If you have to grab a bug out bag, it should be set for 72 hours.

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Because if you can come back home in 72 hours a period, if you weren't

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able to defend it and you flee, your home will probably be cleaned

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out by the end of that 72 hours.

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So chances are it will be of no use to anybody trying to break in it later, and

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you might be able to come home again.

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Correct.

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Bug out bags.

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There's some research.

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I could definitely go through a whole bunch of, I could list a bunch of

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things to go into a 72 hour pack.

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That would be like an assault pack for me.

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That would be something that I could go.

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Something that's very light.

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I still remain quick and agile.

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Emergency shelter, some type of weather protection, like

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from rain or cold, layers.

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You obviously, depending on how many people you have, you could go

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three days without water, but you don't want to go one without water.

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You can go three weeks without food, but you don't want to.

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This right here?

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Yes.

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This is a bugger out bag and yes, it looks quite large actually.

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If you expand it all the way, how many large is that?

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This was 45, 45 liters.

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You can carry more than enough for three days in this bag, and you

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can actually attach extra external stuff,

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All American Commando: but if you look at the MOLLE system on it,

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that's correct.

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For anybody interested, and I'm spreading this apart because I don't

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have it filled up right now, however, this is probably more than enough.

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For a typical 3 day, bug out and absolutely

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quite frankly, I think this is probably a little

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larger than what I would need.

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I actually had this 1 for Laura to carry in case she needs to carry something.

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Because that 70 later that you send me, that's entirely too much for her.

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And I know that I would put quite a bit in it, but just for the sake of.

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All American Commando: People watching this is a bag right there would be ideal

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for a get home bag something to pack And high energy food if you're away and you're

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just trying to get home, wind protection rain protection Yeah, and I have I mean

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I do have here I'll make sure I got them the next time

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we bring something up, but I have I actually have a small medical bag And

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when I say small, it is very sm Look, I don't know if you can see it very

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well on here, but this pouch right here is about the size of my medical bag.

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That's about it, okay?

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And quite frankly, it has most everything you need in it, as far as

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gauze it's got tape, self adhesive tape, you got band aids of different

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sizes, alcohol swabs, stain swabs, And I forget what they call them, Patrick.

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What, I guess it's just a sting wipe or,

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All American Commando: it's what I'm talking about.

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It's not for anti itch cream for, or a wipe for if you get a

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bites or, yeah.

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And that's what it comes with that now also have a sewing kit

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that I have separate, but it fits in my metal bag, medical bag.

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And all of that will fit in that one pocket I just showed you.

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So don't do like I didn't get carried away with how much stuff

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do I have to have and what all do I need to carry anything like that?

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And look, this right here, or your bug out bag,

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All American Commando: you need it.

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Don't go without it.

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Yeah.

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That's exactly right.

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And that would be if you have to prepare for more than 72 hours, a

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standard bug out bag, you figure 72 hours, you're probably good.

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Once again, anybody disagrees with me, share your thoughts and feelings on that.

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Everybody's different.

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Everybody's environment is different.

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Some people are urban.

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Some people do not have a secondary place that they can go.

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I would just be interested

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in knowing what other people Might have to deal

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with and what they think, what they feel is best for them to carry.

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And yeah, because quite frankly, even though we may live in different

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hemispheres, somebody else may have their bag set up for an emergency

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situation and have something in that bag that would probably be beneficial.

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I would like to hear it.

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I think it would be good to hear it because we're not local,

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we talk to people everywhere.

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But all in all, and that video that I watched that you sent me, I don't

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think that guy would disagree.

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This is all you need for 72

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Yeah, you're probably right.

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The bag he was carrying wasn't this big.

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I personally, I'm going to look for a little bit more space.

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No, everybody's got their own preference.

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And mind you, I'm used to, and the day I was in, I carried Alice pack, so

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that was a large bag and external frame that's not needed for communications,

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equipment and everything else.

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All American Commando: Yeah.

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That bag's definitely overkill for a 72 hour bug out.

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That would be very much overkill, but, and this.

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You need some of these.

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All American Commando: Oh, yeah.

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Just ask around.

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We're trying to do things to aid people in being prepared.

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We're not trying to set the standard.

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Everyone is different and unique.

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Everybody's physical ability is different.

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Everybody's needs and requirements are different.

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So if you talk to anybody that

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does survival training or evasion training,

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They'll tell you the same thing.

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Everybody's situation is going to be unique to them and that situation

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All American Commando: their environment That's right.

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So nothing here is set in stone.

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These are ideas.

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And, again, we want to hear yours too, because your ideas

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may benefit us in ways we didn't

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All American Commando: consider.

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Absolutely.

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Man, I hate to do this, man.

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I really do.

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I'm gonna have to get this damn shoulder up here.

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But yeah, it's, people need to start, and I don't mean to say need

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to, I do mean it, I don't mean it.

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I don't mean it.

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It look at it like a game start paying attention to things and like a

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self, when you talk about things like situational awareness, we've talked

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about this on a previous episode, everybody goes to convenience stores.

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Convenience stores get robbed regular.

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You go into a convenience store.

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Take note of everybody in there.

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Take note of the possible exits.

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Take note of whatever you can take note of in there just in case something

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negative happens outside of your control to where you can preserve your life.

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That is your goal.

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Life preservation.

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No matter who you are, where you are, it doesn't just have to be at home.

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So always keep your eyes open for things that look funny or out of place.

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Or, you just, you, if you get a feeling in your gut that something

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is not right, you know what?

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Something is probably not right.

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I'm gonna also go back a little bit on self defense, site defense.

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Alright.

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I don't, like I said, don't matter if it's a house or an apartment,

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never arm your assailants.

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So if you have things outside that are like shovels or pickaxes, axes, anything.

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If you have any tools that are outside that can be utilized as a weapon against

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you or a way to bust in windows or doors, keep that stuff policed, pick it up,

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store it in a proper location so that.

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Out of sight, out of mind is a big factor.

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If somebody is going to break into your house, they're probably not going to

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go just digging through a storage shed.

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I'm not saying they won't, if they can't get in and they see a storage

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shed, of course, they're probably going to see what kind of tools they

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can find to breach your perimeter.

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But then again, if it's a locked storage shed, that'll give

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you a heads up that somebody's out.

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Absolutely.

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So don't leave things out that can be utilized as weapons against you.

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That's part of just perimeter security.

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It would never behoove you to leave weaponry in the hands of whoever

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it is that's coming to get you.

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It's just not a good idea.

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I think that goes back to, making sure you know where everything is, policing

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the perimeter, policing your borders.

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Thank you.

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However you want to put it.

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Yeah, you don't want to leave things lying around.

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Look, I think you and I both know pretty well that anything

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that moves can be a weapon.

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If you can pick it up, it can be a weapon.

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So try to minimize.

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What anybody who calls, who wants to cause you harm can get their hands on.

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All American Commando: Yeah.

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It's of the utmost importance.

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I would like to see what the stats are of the number of people that have

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assaulted homeowners with their own stuff.

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I wonder what the.

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I could tell you what

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the stats are of Paul Pelosi being invaded by men and underwear.

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Let's hit the bed.

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I don't know what the other guys do.

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But we're going to hear from you.

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Just send us an email to podteam at the constitution.

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Fernando's dot org.

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And don't forget.

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All American Commando: so that.

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Out of sight, out of mind is a big factor.

Commando Crow:

If somebody is going to break into your house, they're probably not going to

Commando Crow:

go just digging through a storage shed.

Commando Crow:

I'm not saying they won't, if they can't get in and they see a storage

Commando Crow:

shed, of course, they're probably going to see what kind of tools they

Commando Crow:

can find to breach your perimeter.

Commando Crow:

But

Commando Crow:

then again, if it's a locked storage shed, that'll give you

Commando Crow:

a heads up that somebody's out.

Commando Crow:

Absolutely.

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So don't leave things out that can be utilized as weapons against you.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Uh,

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that's part of just perimeter security.

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It would never behoove you to leave weaponry in the hands of whoever

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it is that's coming to get you.

Commando Crow:

It's just not a good idea.

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All American Commando: Well,

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I think that goes back

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to, you know, making sure you know where everything is, policing the

Commando Crow:

perimeter, policing your borders.

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Thank you.

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However you want to put it.

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Yeah, you don't want to leave things lying around.

Commando Crow:

I mean, look, I think you and I both know pretty well that anything

Commando Crow:

that moves can be a weapon.

Commando Crow:

If you can pick it up, it can be a weapon.

Commando Crow:

So try to minimize.

Commando Crow:

What, what anybody who calls, who wants to cause you harm can get their hands on.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

It, it, it's of the utmost importance.

Commando Crow:

I mean, I, I would like to see what the stats are of the number

Commando Crow:

of people that have assaulted homeowners with their own stuff.

Commando Crow:

I mean, I wonder what the.

Commando Crow:

I could tell you what

Commando Crow:

the stats are of Paul Pelosi being invaded by men and underwear.

Commando Crow:

Let's hit the bed.

Commando Crow:

I don't know what the other guys do.

Commando Crow:

But we're going to hear from you.

Commando Crow:

Just send us an email to podteam at the constitution.

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Fernando's dot org.

Commando Crow:

And don't forget.

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Right.

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It's on podchester.

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com.

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Leave us a review, let us know how we do it.

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It takes a moment and it helps us out tremendously until next time.

Commando Crow:

And on behalf of my brother and myself, we're the constitution

Commando Crow:

commandos and we're signing off.

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The Constitution Commandos
Stirring up the American Spirit
Welcome to The Constitution Commandos!
We are a dedicated team committed to shining a light on the circumstances, events, and individuals that pose a threat to the sanctity of America’s Constitution. Our mission is to foster understanding, stimulate dialogue, and inspire action in defense of our nation’s foundational document.

Each week, we delve into the pressing issues that challenge the Constitution’s principles. We explore historical precedents, dissect current events, and forecast potential implications. The discussions on the Constitution Commandos podcast are deeply rooted in personal experiences, life teachings, education, and research. This unique blend of sources ensures that the conversations are both personal and informative, providing our listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the importance and necessity of protecting the Constitution of the United States.

The Constitution Commandos is more than just a podcast; it’s a call to arms for every citizen who values the freedoms and rights enshrined in our Constitution. We believe that knowledge is power, and through our discussions, we aim to equip our listeners with the knowledge they need to safeguard our democracy.

Join us on this journey as we stand guard over the Constitution and navigate the complexities of these challenging times together.
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Chris Williams

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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.