Why have i never heard of this ever? Do I just not /k/ hard enough?
> they are shooting back, so i am TOTALLY BETTER OFF bringing up my goddamn elbow, blocking my view of whatever the fuck im actually doing, and trying to press a button designed for fingers with the end of my goddamn elbow.
>Now i am going to sit my fat fuckass rifle on the mags I have in my gear rounds up for some reason (because i totally wont slam my chest in the ground so fucking hard that the resulting ditch is one that buck angel would go "dam son" at the first time a round sails by) and pray none of my other gear interferes with all this bullshit in the process. This is also a method of reload that will TOTALLY work when trying to make oneself as small as fucking possible, or any other situation where you aren't standing the fuck upright
goddamn, this is an epic fucking troll. 10/10. Props.
>Here is a document I wrote 4 years ago in response to the continual fallacious statements prevalent in the shooting world as to what was and what was not a fine or gross motor skill. I often wondered how I was able to reliably use the slide stop on every pistol I have ever owned or been issued (Glock, Sig, Beretta, CZ, S&W M&P, 1911, Makarov, CZ82 etc.) or the bolt catch on those rifles where one is present (M16/M4, Sig 550, FNFAL etc.) under stress reliably and without issue when it was supposedly not possible? The conclusion I came to is those that say use of the slide stop on a pistol or bolt catch on an M4 are "fine motor skills" do not actually know the definition of either fine or gross motor skills nor do they understand the ergonomic considerations manifest in modern weapons design.
>Often instructors will invoke the "fine versus gross motor skill" argument. The below definitions should illuminate where these have gone awry and when they do actually apply. Because the motor skills used for weapons handling are not specifically on one side or the other of the definition it is often taken as all skills are fine motor functions. Two perfect examples of gross motor skills that are mischaracterized as fine motor skills are releasing the bolt via the bolt catch on an M4 and the slide via the slide stop on a pistol. Neither involves "a refined use of the small muscles controlling the hand, fingers, and thumb." Both are in fact either the use of the locked wrist, extended thumb and the entire arm on an M4 bolt release or the complete clenching of the hand on a pistol to release a slide stop given appropriate hand size or the use of the support side thumb.
That image/scene is fucking retarded.
If you don't use the safety on your AR, you're a fucking faggot. A rifle isn't like a handgun -- you don't carry it in a holster. You carry it slung, where there isn't shit protecting the trigger guard.