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Author Topic: SWAT shoots Drug suspect vehicle  (Read 1113 times)


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SWAT shoots Drug suspect vehicle
« on: December 29, 2009, 06:01:07 PM »

Watch this film clip...

Do you think bullets passing through vehicle is no big problem?
I got the Willie Nelsons watching this. I've seen bullets pass through cars and certain vehicle glass.



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Re: SWAT shoots Drug suspect vehicle
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2009, 09:09:15 AM »

On the road again, I can't to get on the road again....

I'm singing Willie Nelson thinking about that...yoikes! :o
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Re: SWAT shoots Drug suspect vehicle
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2009, 10:49:08 AM »

Im thinking that will make a great training video


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Re: SWAT shoots Drug suspect vehicle
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2009, 07:39:41 PM »

 I just stated on the topic of the 5 shot and the hostage. That I no longer buy or load hollow points or the hydrashock high tech shit. The things I have had to shoot at were not affected by these rounds. high grain full metals all did the job. Man is not the only enemy that one may encounter. I ran up on a guy steeling my tools out of the back of my truck on my property. He got in his truck and started to haul ass. I had my glock 22 out and by chance had a mixed clip that day. The first three rounds were federal hydrashock they disintegrated on impact on the front side of his truck. The fallowing rounds were full metal. They went through the side well while blowing paint chips off. The third round blew the tire clean off the rim. I had  my sights on the back of his window at this point, so stopped shooting. I was afraid I might hit his dog that was in the passanger seat. Pluss what he got wasnt worth shooting him. The other encounters have been with animals and full metals have prevailed. These are pistol rounds only that Im talking about.
  And by the way I didnt catch the guy. Didnt slow down that truck at all. I fallowed his tire rutt that he was digging a ditch with for about three miles. he then turned off onto a small gravel side road going down into the woods. So with out back up and more fire power I thought it best that I just leave it alone. I cost him more in wheel damage and paint and body work, then he got in tools. He earned it.

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