Never surprise a concealed carrier
@JangoFett, *street ni🅱️🅱️a
@JangoFett, what about an aircraft carrier?
@Empshok, this is such a good one! I applaud you 🙌🙌🙌🙌
@Empshok, even worse lol
"I'm gonna shoo- oh HEY everybody!!"
That was a quick draw.
Just smile and wave boys
Packin' heat. Nice.
@Medic135, that draw was smooth man, he even racked the slide on his draw. Hes definitely got some kinda training
@GunLovingMerican, Wrong. If he were properly trained, he would have had a round chambered.
@BeerForBreakfast, yes, but many people with concealed carries dont chamber rounds on their weapons. Carrying it in a concealed spot all of the time can make it more likely to go off accidentally.
@tylersmileyface, With a quality firearm, a proper holster, and training there’s no reason not to carry it chambered.
@tylersmileyface, I always carry with one in the chamber. The only way my Five-Seven will ever go off is when my finger pulls the trigger.
@darentichenorjr, In your opinion, no, there isn’t. However, other people have the fear of their firearm discharging in their pocket or holster or wherever they conceal it. I am not justifying anything. I am simply stating the reason some people don’t carry with one in the chamber.
@BeerForBreakfast, not true a lot of people choose to carry without one in the chamber to avoid negligent discharges. You cant say he isnt well trained after watching that draw man
@tylersmileyface, though anyone that has taken a gun safety course to get their LTC probably knows that handguns these days are near impossible to accidentally discharge. Theyre made specifically to avoid it. A gun will never go off just by accident when it's in a holster, or even if you just drop it.
@unknownjanitor, I never said it would. I agree with everything you say. I just said some people have a worry of it and dont keep a round in the chamber. You’re really arguing when there is nothing to argue.
@unknownjanitor, that depends on the firearm, there are still firearms thatll go off if you drop them...
@unknownjanitor, some handguns these days have grip safeties and other things to prevent a gun going off but a lot dont still, because people dont want all those extra safeties. Just extra parts that could malfunction and cause the firearm to be useless.
@ComradeOtis, 100% of people who shoot themselves on accident think that hahaha
@BeerForBreakfast, this comment is so ridiculous, teained people don't walk around with chambered bullets all the time, none of the military members in my family would ever do that
@TheHaxAreReal, yeh I basically agreed to disagree. My dad is ex military and his concealed carry normally isnt chambered. But shhh. We dont have to tell otis
I love the guy walking in afterwards like "is everyone still alive?"
This dude definitely working as security
What if he forgot his birthday, or he was once part of a gang but ended up finding a girl to make him stop being in the gang. So when he sees a bunch of people in his house, his paranoia is probably telling him that it's the gang and they want to silence him
@ImReadyDaddy, that's very likely the case
@ImReadyDaddy, he was about to silence everyone.
@PunnyBaker, or or or he isn't a criminal at all (nice house, well dressed, black ≠ criminal) and he lawfully carries a firearm for protection like a smart functioning member of society
@Medic135, was gonna say with that draw and preparedness he looked trained for something like that. Cop, special forces, swat. Something like that.
@Microsoft, he’s a fit looking dude, that’s possible
@Microsoft, not really those trained in those fields are thought to keep one in the chamber. That's it saves seconds in putting one in there, that's why he never got his arm high enough to point. And someone trained isn't going to rush blindly into a room like that by yourself. By yourself you clear most of the room before entering. With a partner it's different. Also, there was that one person that he saw right off the bat when he went in, that would have clued him in that there's no threat. The draw itself is probably just dedicated practice on his part, I know a lot of people that'll practice and time themselves
@Medic135, I assumed he was a cop before reading the comments. His clothes almost even look like part of a uniform
@HolyCatchphrase, I saw it as a cop uniform at first when he walked in until he got closer to the camera
@wolfang, dude's coming home, not breaching. Even with training some people still choose not to chamber as well. Sure it's slower - but yeah.
He's a thick necked badass
How did he not see the girl right to the right of him when he walked in
Ever its fake or he managed not to spot a woman opposite him filming on her phone.
Edit: Unless he came in the door like that? That would make more sense.