Yeager Analysis of the Las Vegas Shootout

James Yeager

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16 comments

  1. MICHAEL STROUP

    I suspect being seated in a car, having to work around the steering wheel might have contributed to his rather non-standard two handed grip… though he had the presence of mind to keep his left thumb well below the slide rail…. and I bet having never trained to reload while sitting half in and half out of his car caused him to grab his reload in an awkward manner…..
    Perhaps his shots didn’t end the fight… maybe he didn’t hit the perps at all….. but they were being shot at, they knew it…and that caused the perps distress… it disrupted their efforts….

  2. Kyle Bagdonas

    When the topic of switching the hand that you use your pistol with came up on your Advanced Fighting Pistol DVD, you said that it’s never happened. I’m not sure if you meant that in regards to specifically the use of cover or not so I apologize if it seems like I’m putting words in your mouth.

    The officer did clearly switch which had he used, I’m curious as to what you have to say about that considering what you mentioned on the DVD. Was there something different about this specific circumstance that I missed?

  3. Brian Antonio

    Interesting note is that despite all the shots fired it was a different officer armed with a shotgun (out of the scene) who ended the suspect. They did not say how many times officer Umana hit the suspect, if at all.

  4. Matt Dalessandro

    Thank you to that police officer and to all police officers who put there lives on the line everyday.Also a huge thank you to there families.

  5. John Wojtalik

    Completely agree James. Is his technique and gun handling perfect? No. Could he use some training and practice in regards to his grip and reload? Yes. Should he get rid of that stupid slip on grip? Absolutely. Could anyone bitching about his less than perfect gun handling drive like he did while communicating on the radio and being shot at? Probably not. Would anyone saying he sucks press the fight to the end like he did? Doubtful. Also, I see XS Big Dots on his pistol, so he has good sights instead of the regular 3 dots every department uses. You can teach him to grip a gun better and reload smoother in a day. You can’t teach him how to be courageous and relentless.

  6. Gerald Miller

    This is awesome hats off to the officer. He stayed in the fight until the end. I agree with everyone else he’s a hero . God only knows who else would have fell victim to those murderous sumbitches

  7. Robert Hogue

    That dude is a fuckin hero. All those Monday morning quarterbacks can fuck right off until they press the fight like that officer. Good on him!

  8. Steven Blair

    Totally agree he was doing his job under intense stress and rocked it. He was not standing outside a school letting kids be murder like that pussy in Parkland.