New Weapons of Wing Chun

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I know one of my uncles fought in North Korea I think in the fifties maybe or the sixities.

Things have changed massivly since then. Things have changed massivly in the last 10 years.
 

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I have to say that the military discussion is very interesting and would probably make a GREAT new topic that I would love to post in...[hint hint]
 
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Okay...How can a Gun be implemented as a wing chun weapon...maybe someone skilled can think of two gun Form...Maybe using wing chun principals to shoot your gun at multiple attackers while being able to evade the attack.
 
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Wow such pornographic speech sir...I have to stop children from reading the boards...Johnnny don't read that line Edmund is talking nasty...ha ha lol....



Maybe people with more than a couple weeks boot and a little (out of date) book learning would be more credible? Either way, what does any of this have to do with Wing Chun? Last I checked, neither the US Army or the USMC fight with butterfly swords, or bo, and I haven't found a branch of Wing Chun that drills with fire arms. Maybe this topic could be on Wing Chun, and the military branch penis examining taken someplace else where the rutting of dogs, waving of pricks, and telling of tall tales of fiction and seamen is enjoyed? Penthouse Letters comes to my mind actually.
 

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Okay...How can a Gun be implemented as a wing chun weapon...maybe someone skilled can think of two gun Form...Maybe using wing chun principals to shoot your gun at multiple attackers while being able to evade the attack.

Well, all I have is osme 'out of date book learning' and 'a few weeks of boot camp', but using two hand guns is not that practical. Also, if you found something on the net about Marine Marksmanship, you'd be able to find enough to supplement your Wing Chun with firearm skills.
 

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Because to acturatly fire one, you need two hands. Answer your question?
 
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