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Old 06-29-2004, 15:01   #1
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Shooting with the Team Sergeant

A PS.com member went shooting with the Team Sergeant earlier today.

This member shot a number of TS weapons and from 5 meters, armed with a compact HK.40, fired group after group that could be covered with a nickel with most shots going through the same hole. (even though the same member started loading pistol mags with the bullet facing the wrong direction, this should serve as an indicator as to his prior proficiency level)

He took the targets he had shot to hang on his refrigerator. I’m guessing we’ll see them on here sometime soon…

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Old 06-29-2004, 15:05   #2
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Good Job Roguish Lawyer! I recall you saying that you had gotten a .40 HK compact.

Am I right? Gotta be..he has 1837 posts but hasn't been online since 8:00pm last night. NOrmally he would have logged 15 posts by now. LOL

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Old 06-29-2004, 19:43   #3
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Re: Shooting with the Team Sergeant

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He took the targets he had shot to hang on his refrigerator. I’m guessing we’ll see them on here sometime soon…

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If it was RL makes me think that we now know what really happened to those "missing" Bush/Cheney signs. Guess that's one way of keeping them from being heisted.

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Old 06-29-2004, 19:57   #4
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Re: Shooting with the Team Sergeant

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A PS.com member went shooting with the Team Sergeant earlier today.

This member shot a number of TS weapons and from 5 meters, armed with a compact HK.40, fired group after group that could be covered with a nickel with most shots going through the same hole. (even though the same member started loading pistol mags with the bullet facing the wrong direction, this should serve as an indicator as to his prior proficiency level)

He took the targets he had shot to hang on his refrigerator. I’m guessing we’ll see them on here sometime soon…

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A .40?!?!?!

Damn, a conservative with a wife and kids and everything, I would have thought him to be strictly hetero!

Oh well, he is a Kalifornia attorney, so there is that. Probably a miracle he isn't a 9x19 guy.

Colonel, I like the new flash on your avatar!

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Old 06-29-2004, 21:22   #5
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Colonel, I like the new flash on your avatar!
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Excuse my ignorance.. but my googleFU is very weak tonight.

The closest I could come to matching Col. Moroney's flash is this.. but with what appears to be an Eagle overlaid over the flash.

Am I right?
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Old 06-29-2004, 21:40   #6
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Excuse my ignorance.. but my googleFU is very weak tonight.

The closest I could come to matching Col. Moroney's flash is this.. but with what appears to be an Eagle overlaid over the flash.

Am I right?
Your Google is fine, but the flash was that of 1st Special Warfare Training Group.

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Old 06-29-2004, 21:43   #7
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Ahhh... Thank you Sir.

My copy of the training group flash was as follows... (had a slightly different color pattern which threw me off).
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Old 06-29-2004, 22:01   #8
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Single shot slow fire?
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Old 06-29-2004, 22:02   #9
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Single shot slow fire?
YUP, he was not yet ready to "run with the big dogs".
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YUP, he was not yet ready to "run with the big dogs".
Nothing wrong with that. Gotta crawl before you can run.

Well done counselor.

Jeez TS, a lawyer with a gun? i don't know...
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Old 06-30-2004, 06:08   #11
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Nothing wrong with that. Gotta crawl before you can run.

Well done counselor.

Jeez TS, a lawyer with a gun? i don't know...
Plus he's in California.
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Old 06-30-2004, 06:40   #12
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Plus he's in California.
but he had to fly to AZ to get to shoot it! LOL What a state you guys live in....
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Old 06-30-2004, 09:53   #14
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lol...

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but he had to fly to AZ to get to shoot it! LOL What a state you guys live in....
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Go ahead and laugh…we will overcome or move to another state.

I just need to find some more “VETERANS”, like the one I met yesterday while putting new tires and rims on my SUV. The guy that owns the store is a hell-raiser and veteran when it comes to work ethics.

His son pissed him off and runs out of the office with the dad hot on his heels. The dad couldn’t catch him, so you know what the dad does?

Walks over to the sons’ car…opens the hood, and snatches every spark plug wire off the car engine! I’m thinking, “DAMN! What the hell is going on here”?

The older son that runs the place says to me…”I told him to shut up and to wait until dad was gone, then do it the way he wanted to”!
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If you want to find an extraordinary teacher, try a Master Sergeant in the United States Army Special Forces. Holy shit.

This was HK USP .45 Full Size.

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