On this episode, Bryan offers a tribute to the legendary Pat Rogers after the news of his newest passing. He also answers some Questions Over Coffee, including his preference on Combat Shirts and his thoughts on keeping a “Trunk Gun.”
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14:10 Sir, I may have come of age in the '80s, but I most certainly did not have a mesh shirt. I might have had a questionable hair slash.
Bryan's hair is on target. Dutch Schaefer would be proud.
Don't give me wrong. Your videos are very insightful but if you do long-range prone shooting if you do any sort of combat shooting where you were climbing under things laying down or climbing over things you need protective gear such as elbow pads and knee pads. If you test in the prone position in Oklahoma the word patch covered field for two mins you know that you need elbow pads and if you climb through windows that are surrounded in broken glass You know you need kneepads
I like that there are cotton options. For whatever reason I sweat twice as much and smell 10 times worse in most synthetics.
I trust a trunk gun serves two purposes: 1) WROL defense could you be caught away from home when SHTF and 2) ACTIVE shooter, as in the guy(s) is still acting as a threat and you can stop it, but your carry gun isn't enough (longer distance shots, he's wearing armor, etc.).
Thank you sir for your stats on the combat sure combat shirt.
In a case where there is an active shooter/threat like there was with the Units guy, as quick as you have sights on him facing you, place him down. Terrible Nice Samaritan paid the price trying to do things the more civilized idea. Never allow them obtain a chance to turn on you next, usually shoot to slay once something like this happens.
Simper Fi, Anthony Antell, Simper Fi. www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Marine-Nice-Samaritan-Domestic-Shooting-Rescue-377831771.html Marine Dies as Nice Samaritan in Arlington Shooting: Police Suspected shooter later surrendered to DPS Troopers in Hillsboro, police claim
To quote Pat Rogers: "The car is not a holster. Carry your fucking gun. All of the fucking time."
long before these highspeed lowdrag combat shirts were out, we were making our own. we would slash the bottom two pockets off the regular blouse and sew them to the upper arms. then we would wear the shirt tucked in. i learned that at SULC school in hawaii back in the last century. i dont recall any elbow pads.
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