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Old 01-08-2021, 12:20 PM   #1
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I never said shoot deer in the head w 223

that's for BIG animals. the 60 gr partition softpoints to the chest work fine on deer or hogs. The brain of moose, elk, grizzly ARE a 6" circle, dummy.
 
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Did you just awaken from another nightmare?
 
Old 01-08-2021, 01:59 PM   #3
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You did say that deer have a 6-inch brain circle:
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...There's no denying that if you can reliably hit the 10" vitals circle of a big deer at 300m, Then you can hit the 6" brain circle at 200m...

And here, you talk about a human having a 6-inch brain circle, when discussing defensive pistol shooting:
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geometry proves that it's just as "easy" to hit the 6" brain circle at 15 ft as it is to hit the 12" chest circle at 10 yds. better think about what that means. Since you're so SURE that you can reliably hit the chest at 25 yds with your pistol, you should be perfectly happy to take only head shots at 10 yds.

And a "real genius" could keep relevant posts in the relevant thread...
 
 
Old 01-08-2021, 02:52 PM   #4
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that's for BIG animals. the 60 gr partition softpoints to the chest work fine on deer or hogs. The brain of moose, elk, grizzly ARE a 6" circle, dummy.
are you posting to yourself again?
 
Old 01-09-2021, 12:46 PM   #5
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that's for BIG animals. the 60 gr partition softpoints to the chest work fine on deer or hogs. The brain of moose, elk, grizzly ARE a 6" circle, dummy.
Have you got a sever case of memory loss? You made a big point, which I argued against, about how easy it was to "Brain" Whitetails at 100 yards with a shorty AR15. Also, could you at least TRY to get your posts in the right sub forum? I know you use this trick to keep your wonderful posts from being buried, but it looks like you don't have good sense.
 
Old 01-09-2021, 01:01 PM   #6
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Have you got a sever case of memory loss? You made a big point, which I argued against, about how easy it was to "Brain" Whitetails at 100 yards with a shorty AR15. Also, could you at least TRY to get your posts in the right sub forum? I know you use this trick to keep your wonderful posts from being buried, but it looks like you don't have good sense.
I truly believe he lacks the concentration to even bother to see where he has navigated to. I think he just clicks until he can enter whatever pops into his head.

This is why I find it highly unlikely that he has a black belt in any martial art. I also find it interesting that until recently he didn't even know what his art was called.

You cannot get a black belt without mental discipline, unless it was a sham school designed to get you to pay until they figured they've collected enough money to give you a belt.

This is also why every discipline has an association that tracks upper belts and certifies them. This is to avoid any idiot from claiming to have a black belt in Akido, for example - their association will have a record of it. They will also come down heavy on any schools in their discipline not run by a registered black belt.

I'm of the opinion that Boati lacks any proper credentials, outside his imagination.
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Old 01-10-2021, 12:10 AM   #8
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I truly believe he lacks the concentration to even bother to see where he has navigated to. I think he just clicks until he can enter whatever pops into his head.

This is why I find it highly unlikely that he has a black belt in any martial art. I also find it interesting that until recently he didn't even know what his art was called.

You cannot get a black belt without mental discipline, unless it was a sham school designed to get you to pay until they figured they've collected enough money to give you a belt.

This is also why every discipline has an association that tracks upper belts and certifies them. This is to avoid any idiot from claiming to have a black belt in Akido, for example - their association will have a record of it. They will also come down heavy on any schools in their discipline not run by a registered black belt.

I'm of the opinion that Boati lacks any proper credentials, outside his imagination.

you LYING pos. I've ALWAYS known that my style was MooDukKwan. It's YOU who didn't know that the name was changed to Tang Soo Do.

You can bring up no post where I said to shoot deer in the head with 223. it's not needed for such small critters. the head shot is for use on elk, moose, big bears. The fact is that to YOUR silly **** brain, deer are big animals. Deer are easily brained to 50m with the .22lr rifle.
 
Old 01-10-2021, 08:25 AM   #9
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...You can bring up no post where I said to shoot deer in the head with 223. it's not needed for such small critters. the head shot is for use on elk, moose, big bears...
Donít believe I ever brought up caliber. I did say that you claimed deer have a 6-inch brain circle, which you have. And which is wrong. Orders-of-magnitude wrong.

Youíve also said you prefer brain-shoot deer, which you also have; and which you say isnít difficult.

If youíre going to shoot in uncontrolled conditions (which the woods are), at an unpredictably-moving target (which a deerís head is), you really should at least know the size of that target.
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Old 01-10-2021, 09:15 AM   #10
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you LYING pos. I've ALWAYS known that my style was MooDukKwan. It's YOU who didn't know that the name was changed to Tang Soo Do.

You can bring up no post where I said to shoot deer in the head with 223. it's not needed for such small critters. the head shot is for use on elk, moose, big bears. The fact is that to YOUR silly **** brain, deer are big animals. Deer are easily brained to 50m with the .22lr rifle.
Bull. You posted in old threads about being taught a Japanese style by a Korean named Moon.

Iím well aware of martial arts, and there are two associations that can verify my status. If I query the Tang Soo Do association, will they have ever heard of John M Davis? Iíll bet serious money they havenít.

You have no clue of what I know or donít know. You also clearly project your failings on everyone else.

I spend more time in the field and hunting than you ever will. In fact, Iím about to apply for an archery elk hunt.

You really are out of your depth here, and you prove so on a regular basis.
 
Old 01-10-2021, 09:17 AM   #11
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Donít believe I ever brought up caliber. I did say that you claimed deer have a 6-inch brain circle, which you have. And which is wrong. Orders-of-magnitude wrong.

Youíve also said you prefer brain-shoot deer, which you also have; and which you say isnít difficult.

If youíre going to shoot in uncontrolled conditions (which the woods are), at an unpredictably-moving target (which a deerís head is), you really should at least know the size of that target.
Heís thought a lot about it, and thatís exactly the same as actually doing it.....
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Old 01-10-2021, 02:14 PM   #12
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Heís thought a lot about it, and thatís exactly the same as actually doing it.....
Watching a movie one tome, I thought about fighting a horde of zombies.

It was intense, and only my 7th-level black condom in the sacred art of Moo-Cow-Pie saved me.
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