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Old 04-11-2020, 06:43 PM
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Paul Harrell vid on reloading

Paul has a new vid on tactical reloading, for many here it may seem to be "second nature", but still it's nice to see/hear an experienced shooter present their opinions/knowledge of such things.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwQCVNybjpc
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Old 04-11-2020, 07:30 PM
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I just wanna know how he gets those .45s to sound like a 105mm howitzer when they go off.
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Old 05-22-2020, 04:02 AM
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I just wanna know how he gets those .45s to sound like a 105mm howitzer when they go off.
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Old 05-22-2020, 04:04 AM
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Paul Harrell is the only gun guy on youtube I watch. That man has never said a single thing I disagreed with and if you put all the gun "doods" on youtube in a shootout, my money's on PH to walk out alive. All those tacticool Timmys and gamer Gary's who "push out" and "drive the gun" and crazy holds and gear... would never stand a chance in the real world of actually using a firearm.

I have learned nothing from anyone else, and a LOT from Paul. And I've been deeply entrenched in firearms since the mid 70s.
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I just wanna know how he gets those .45s to sound like a 105mm howitzer when they go off.
He has this guy working for him off-camera.
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Paul Harrell is the only gun guy on youtube I watch. That man has never said a single thing I disagreed with and if you put all the gun "doods" on youtube in a shootout, my money's on PH to walk out alive. All those tacticool Timmys and gamer Gary's who "push out" and "drive the gun" and crazy holds and gear... would never stand a chance in the real world of actually using a firearm.

I have learned nothing from anyone else, and a LOT from Paul. And I've been deeply entrenched in firearms since the mid 70s.
B4 I found Paul about six months ago, I used to watch guys like Hickock45, sootch00 and nutnfancy. Still like sootch, but the other guys talk too much. Paul is the best by far. Clear explanations, common sense, real-world experience, and not in love with the sound of his own voice.
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