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GunNut said:
I'd give it a shot...
Only if you mounted it on a heavy tripod for me ... other than that I'd just stand and watch and do this a lot ...

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Nuts...I'm surprised no one else got shot... gun bouncing all over the floor and everything. Hopefully they weren't dumb enough to load more than one round at a time.
 

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merlock said:
:rotfl2:

I saw a different clip (can't find it right now)...one guy actually fell into the enclosure and broke the glass! :lol:
I've seen that clip... alway wondered why he couldn't hold onto it... now I know. Only one guy was able to hold onto it.
 

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Greetings,

I look at that clip a few times and I noticed only 2 guys hold the rifle right and those are the ones best controling the rifle. I guess it goes back to basic: hold tight in the shoulder pocket, place the front hand firmly under the rifle at a comfortable angle, lean forward a little bit and pray... hehehe

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Most of the guys are leaning back to counter the weight of the rifle. At that point, it doesn't take much to knock 'em off balance.
 

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ThetaReactor said:
Most of the guys are leaning back to counter the weight of the rifle. At that point, it doesn't take much to knock 'em off balance.
That and you can tell they are just plain scared of the thing, look at their posture, very defensive.

The only two who could hold on to it, where over the rifle and leaning forward, aggressive.
 
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