Home News TTAG Defensive Tip – Facing Multiple Threats News TTAG Defensive Tip – Facing Multiple Threats By rabbi - March 11, 2013 14 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ If you liked this video, please make a donation to the Police Officers Safety Association Donations to POSA are tax-deductible ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR She Single-Handedly Stopped a School Shooting, But It Hasn’t Been ‘Happily Ever After’ For Angela McQueen The Slew of New Forced Reset Triggers and What it May Mean for Us Chicago Liquor Store Security Guard, A 4-Time Felon, Claims Self-Defense After Shooting and Killing Maskless Customer 14 COMMENTS I’d rather donate to TTAG. When is that gonna be an option? Also the Police Officers Safety Association is kind of a funny name. Were the names below already taken or something? Police, Stop Resisting Association Police, Show Me Some ID Association Police Burners Deployed Association Reply Yes, indeed. And I wouldn’t mind if TTAG incorporated as a 501(c)(3), if possible, so the donations would be tax deductible. But I’d donate either way. Reply “When I engage single targets, I prefer to hit them until they go down.” Whatever. Reply You must have watched a different video than I did. He never said that in the video posted above. What were you watching or should I ask, what were you drinking? Reply 0:42 – close enough. “When I encounter a single donut, I prefer to eat it in one bite. When confronted by multiple donuts, I rub them all over my body.” Reply Chubby, What a despicable remark for a company trying to do some good in this world. Your mother must be so proud. When confronted by superior numbers, an experienced gunfighter will always fire on the best shot first. Yeah, Little Bill told me that. And you probably killed him first, didn’t you? Reply Are these videos intended to be real? Jay Leno is probably just as knowledgeable on ‘gunfighting’, and at least he’s Supposed to be funny. Reply Excellent points were made. Please offer your thoughts on why you think the video is not good training. Reply Are YOU intended to be real? Somehow I doubt it, Jo-Jo. Reply The defensive tip of the day should be “don’t shoot at torn up steel from so close.” Too close for my comfort anyways. Reply It may not look it through the lens of the camera, but all steel was shot from a safe distance. Good point though. Reply That’s probably true. The camera can be deceiving. I wonder, if you had to guess just based on the video how far do you think it is? I would have guessed 15 ft Reply “Does this vext make me look fat?” Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.