posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 12:07 AM
reply to post by bozzchem
bozzchem, I can appreciate all the hours and hard work you've put into your art, but I much prefer to just shoot the SOB with the knife.
I found myself at a great disadvantage one night in pitch black because SOMEONE fell asleep on guard, and I awakened with one of my enemies tripping
on my feet and falling right on top of me.
He had the advantage of being awake, and losing his AK, grabbed his bayonet. Fortunately, my hand found my knife.
I never, ever, EVER want to do that again. The farther away I can take out my foe, the better. At first light, I looked like I was the one who got
slaughtered, and I only had a small slice/nick.
That up close crap can get you hurt real bad, and most folks will not spend the time and effort required to be able to do those things you can.
Anyone who's used an automatic has had a stovepipe. No reason why one can't learn how to use either hand for shooting, either hand for reloading, and
either hand for clearing their weapon.
It's all the same thing: weapon usage.
edit on 13-1-2011 by FarArcher because: (no reason given)