Yes folks these posts all lead to something coming soon ... stay tuned... Time for what else is wrong in Hollywood or with your favorite movie.
Yeah yeah I know it’s “just a movie” however, it is an opportunity to dispelled Hollywood myths.
On a previous post, we focused on Del Toro’s trigger finger coming off the trigger between firing, which not only results in a slow rate of fire, it also signifies a grip issue. We are overlooking other issues he has, for the time being.
For now, look at the Driver exiting the vehicle. I’ve put drawn a couple arrows to identify who we are looking at and put a timer in the left hand corner so we can see it takes him 7.06 seconds to access his weapon, exit the vehicle, then face the threat (face only as he is still not presenting to the threat). It takes him almost another .50 to .75 seconds to present his weapon, why? Because of poor weapon weapon manipulation (note the wide scoop and swing of the weapon) along with additional wasted time moving forward into the V of the door which will presents challenges when moving to cover (even though yes it is an armored vehicle he still isn’t under cover) to reload or clear malfunctions. Not to mention it is slower to move out from the V whether to advance or orient to a threat from the rear. All in all it is not a good position to stay in.
These are just a few considerations when fighting from a vehicle.
Be on the lookout for a post on proper fighting from a vehicle to include exiting, position, and other primary considerations.
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