Defense DPC: Art of the Mag Flip David Reeder May 12, 2014 0 COMMENT “Leveraging and synchronizing capabilities at the primary component level requires less time and less steps than introducing a secondary ordnance delivery device, shortening the kill chain and ultimately reducing friction within an operator’s decision cycle.” Dynamic Pie Concepts Autonomous kinetic targeting is indeed important, as are prioritizing kinetic options and the use of centrifugal force for munitions handoff and critical attack capability. I am a devoted student of Dynamic Pie Concepts. In fact I have actually used several of their methods (specifically “Tactical Blind Fire” and “Come at me Bro”) in kinetic application of tactical problem solving on 3 of the world’s 9 continents. I look forward to each new lesson – though I do have one complaint. Make no mistake, the tutelary instructors of Dynamic Pie Concepts are rightfully known for presenting didactic content of far greater than abecedarian guidance. Their progressive training platforms are cutting edge, auspicious, articulate and intuitive. Unfortunately the auditory comprehensibility of the instructive content is occasionally obfuscated by the clangor of the ballistic affray against which each their video tutelage is so frequently delivered. This occasionally renders it difficult for even the most keenly attentive prospective student to digest the entirety of the tutorial’s most significant implicative substance. In short it’s hard to understand everything the narrator says, which is a shame – as awesome as the visuals are, the actual dialogue is just as funny. In fact, if you pay attention it’s clever as hell. Maybe we can convince them to put in a subtitle option? Until then, watch each of their videos repeatedly and learn what they’re teaching. The life you save might be your own.