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Sneak Peek – Haley Strategic Partners – Disruptive Industries Day Four

UTM will leave a mark…

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Look for additional coverage of the culmination of HSP’s Disruptive Industries next week, here on SSD.

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15 Responses to “Sneak Peek – Haley Strategic Partners – Disruptive Industries Day Four”

  1. Scott says:

    I am a douchebag

    • Mono says:

      No Scott, you are not a douchebag. We need more acceptance and love for ourselves. A little more of self-esteem and love can change the world!

  2. crusader says:

    look like a hit from a paintball gun…

    • SSD says:

      They aren’t that bad. Hurts less than Sim and I didn’t realize there was a bruise until I got done that evening. That shot was from probably less than 3 feet. The airsoft guns some of the OPFOR used hurt worse than the UTM but didn’t leave marks.

      • Sam Cro says:

        Only one guy on the OPFOR team used airsoft. It was me, running my trusty AK 104 (tuned). 🙂

        • SSD says:

          Tuned to the frequency of ‘ouch!’

          • Sam Cro says:

            Yes, ouch. 🙂

            Cyclic rate, accuracy, and velocity were enhanced. I guess the term “Air-Soft” is a bit misleading. Some in the industry still call them toys….. until they see/feel what a tuned specimen can do.

  3. straps says:

    Simunition?

  4. BradKaf308 says:

    That’s nothing my wife got a REAL good one from her bow string last week

  5. Tim says:

    Airsoft – great training tool for real steel.

  6. james says:

    Tim, people who play airsoft are wannabe douchebags, and using terms like real steel does not make you cool

    • John says:

      And leaving replies like that make you look like an elitist prick.

    • Jim says:

      I’m a 20 year SWAT officer in one of the five largest cities in the U.S. and we use Airsoft in some of our training and the training we provide to patrol officers and academy recruits. Wow. Thousands of douchebags in my agency, I guess.

      You don’t know what you don’t know and it’s time to paddle back to the shallow end.