Is Instructor Zero Running Out Of Gas?

Another short video:

Instructor-Zero*Sarcastic Oooooooo*. This just seems to be a grab for views now in an attempt to stay relevant.  The absolute best part of the whole video though was the lame “Reply Courtesy of” placement.   I expected nothing less from him, since the 5.11 and Bravo Concealment etc. shills.  Yea, I know that’s ironic to say, coming from the guy (me) who said if YouTubers aren’t happy with the money maybe they should explore other revenue streams.  Uh… so get that money Zero.

We know Zero’s speed is still there… but is his drag on YouTube increasing?


6 responses to “Is Instructor Zero Running Out Of Gas?”

  1. KestrelBike Avatar

    This is going to sound ironic, but I want to see Zero compete in 3gun. His shot placement and speed are quite impressive, but I haven’t seen much reload work (on this site, at least) so I wonder how’d he would do.

    1. I agree. He’s incredibly talented, but I would like to see him shoot a stage he hasn’t designed and shot ten million times before. Half of being good at action shooting is solving the problem efficiently.

      1. Starvinpilgrim Avatar

        Completely agree! Give him a 2 minute walk through and GO!

        I’m sure that wasn’t his first time doing these headshots.

    2. If you think this is impressive you should see an airborne infantry line unit train.

      We used to have to do stuff like this all friggin day. It’s not as fun when it’s a job.

      Point is, this isn’t that impressive. What Jerry Miculek does is impressive.

      1. That’s for sure. Wish ppl could see special mission units train. It’s amazing.

    3. He could fumble the reloads and still be fine. His speed is impressive. What we don’t see is how many takes were shot to get the 30 seconds of video we see. While his .90 second shot (previous video) was cool, it’s not as fast as you would think. I’ve done .96 second first shot splits this past steel season and there are other league members who are faster than me. With some quality practice time and dry fire, most shooters can get down to the 1 second draw and first hit.