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Author Topic: Shooting Car Glass in Training  (Read 1907 times)


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Shooting Car Glass in Training
« on: July 29, 2015, 01:31:50 PM »

Shooting Car Glass in Training

Bullet. Angle. Glass. Just some ramblings on our car-related shooting scenarios. Where the bullet goes, whether shooting into or out of a vehicle, depends on the caliber, the angle in which the glass is set, and the angle in which the glass is struck, and the kind of vehicle glass itself.

If you know me, you know I am a GIANT proponent of interactive, simulated ammo shooting. That is all I teach, leaving marksmanship and live fire to those quibbling, debating experts, who never seem happy with each other. For me, it is hard to debate a sims round to the forehead.

Every time we run our simulated, vehicle-related, gun modules around the world, like the Miami-Dade Shoot-out module, the WalMart Madness one, or the VIP Escort one, or the Police Traffic Stop one, etc, the subject of shooting through automobile glass must and should come up. The various levels of simulated ammo we are often stuck with using will not blow and crack auto glass like real bullets. So it effects reality.

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