Walking past the muzzle anyone....???

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Walking past the muzzle anyone....???

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Not one of the more intelligent things I have seen done, even with a reduced blank.
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He did walk under the barrel not in front of it. Still could have rung his bell pretty good.
Mostly, I got the impression he was upset because they gave the honor of firing the gun to a woman too weak to pull the lanyard.
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I’d say that sear needs a trigger job.
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I’d say the sear is fine. Woke pandering assigning a woman with insufficient upper body strength is the problem.

Note, all it took was one good tug by the “assistant gunner.
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I would say the female used an inadequate technique. Where she was pulling against an already tensioned line, he gave a quick jerk on a slightly slack line.
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Yup, poor technique. She needs an hour of dry firing per day :D
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