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Author Topic: unarmed quickdraw  (Read 1180 times)

Mr. Barnett

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unarmed quickdraw
« on: August 29, 2009, 11:59:16 AM »

I played around with the quick draw.  All sucker punches are quickdraws, but are all quickdraws sucker punches?  worked on an unarmed quickdraw.  used the exact gunfighter draw for the bob experiment.  hips twist forward, 'elbow' moves back.  So, the quickdraw happens, and then there is proximity.  I think i'd pull off a quickdraw elbow in the right proximity, or circumstance, either by accident, or cunning.  hmmmm.  now, the 1/60th or 2/60ths of a second part???  and not spill my wine at the party?  hmmmm.

-The natural right of self-defense permits us to oppose an enemy with the same arms he uses, and to make his own rage and folly recoil upon himself-