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Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 01:16 AM
Hi guys,

This eid (which went by about a month or two ago) I tested out my Taurus PT 24/7 Pro 9mm pistol in my village. First i checked out the accuracy by firing on cardboard targets the size of a normal human being at 5, 10, 15, 25 and 35 meters-and that was reenacting a conceal carry situation where i was surprised by this pistol's accuracy! Perfect groupings (well not really at 25 and 35m but i think that was my fault. Most of you must know about double taps and the Mozambique drill and this pistol is great-probably the fastest firing pistol around-excluding auto's of course ;) . For the CCW part, i used Norinco white box ammo which is really good! No malfunctions whatsoever. Also, the powder burns cleanly and doesn't produce much smoke. Then, i tested a few Philippine Armscor 9mm Jacketed Hollow Points (what i use when i carry) and they worked just fine.

After that, I wanted to fire a few mag dumps so i loaded 4 mags with 17 rounds of POF (since i had finished all my Norinco rounds :D ) and set off with my phone, driver, guard and some other guy. Okay, now since this was perhaps my first video, please go a little light on the criticism (i'm only sixteen!) and plus the "camera man" was my driver so you can get an idea of it. I fired perhaps the cheapest , crappiest rounds available which did produce a lot of smoke but still the pistol functioned fine! I am a happy Taurus owner. Some people say that this gun is ammo sensitive but i've fired Wolf, federal, norinco, pof, phillipine JHP's, and lots of other types of ammo through this gun and have NEVER suffered a malfunction. Maybe later batches might have problems (e.g those of 2009) or they might have had factory defects but mine of 2008 has no problems at all! Back to the fun part, after firing 4 mags, I went back to the car, reloaded the mags and even tried to show how to clear a dud round and a stovepipe-which you can see i wasn't that good at saying but again, while standing in front of 3 people who dont give a damn about what your doing and just want to hear a bang, its kinda difficult :/ . Anyway, i'm happy with it as i fired 400 rounds through it without cleaning and i think it's reliable!

MODS DELETED YOUR VDO'S

Also, i had a really bad haircut :( .....never gonna get my hair cut in my vliiage *sighs*

Here are a few pictures of it after i shot it. I just wanted to show you how dirty it became-mostly due to POF's bullets
and this is the first time i've ever posted pictures on pakguns so i resized them but i'm not sure if i did to the proper size sorry! (you can always open them in a new tab :rolleyes: )

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Vik
02-10-2010, 01:37 AM
Many serious issues with your vids. Will point out one for your kind attention.
Don't point the muzzle on your guts while removing the bullet. Second vid. 0.43-0.46

Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 01:41 AM
@Vik Thanks for mentioning that. I'll be more careful next time. But i don't understand when you say i was pointing the gun at my stomach. The chamber was empty when i was placing a round between the barrel and the slide. Thanks for commenting though

Vik
02-10-2010, 01:52 AM
Four Basic Handgun Safety Rules:

1. Treat ALL firearms as if they were loaded.
2. DO NOT point at or cover anything with the muzzle until ready to shoot.
3. Keep trigger finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
4. Be certain of your target and your line of fire.
5. Safe and secure storage of your firearm is one of your most important responsibilities. It is a full-time responsibility. You must always secure your firearm and ammunition so that they are not accessible to children or other unauthorized persons.

Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 01:54 AM
Thanks vik bro! will keep those in mind

Vik
02-10-2010, 02:06 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfyULpEhmug
A vid relevant to your second vid.

Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 02:10 AM
yeah, i know about Clint Smith. I love his video's! That's where i first learned to clear pistol malfunctions

Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 10:57 AM
@MOD's: i was just wondering why did you guys delete my video's??! :o

Shahzeb
02-10-2010, 11:39 PM
whenever i see other people's range reports, they are loaded with comments-i must really suck :/

Abbas
02-10-2010, 11:47 PM
Good review Shahzeb. I enjoyed reading it.

The 24/7 is a good pistol with lots of bad press. I've had one for years and enjoyed it quite a bit.

Rasal.Saleh
02-10-2010, 11:48 PM
Brother you dont suck, we dont know what you did ,
Your Videos were just mag dumps, No target pics were posted so there is not much to comment about.
Maybe a few pictures of the target and videos of you shooting the target and not the field would have brought some more discussion and suggestions.
No offense i hope.
Regards

Shahzeb
03-10-2010, 12:59 AM
thank you abbas bhai and rasal bhai. I think the 24/7 pro is "undervalued". When i was buying this gun, i had a choice of the 809, the 24/7 pro, 145 (which i almost bought), the cougar 8000 and the zastava scorpion but i chose the 24/7 pro. And @ rasal saleh next time i'll post pics of the target. No offence taken :)

Mitho
03-10-2010, 01:03 AM
where r the videos?

Shahzeb
03-10-2010, 01:11 AM
@Mitho Mods removed them for no apparent reason (they didnt even mention why. No PB stuff, nothing against the rules-not that i know of). If i have permission, i'll post them again.

Taurus
03-10-2010, 01:47 AM
@Shahzeb:- I have removed ur videos there were quite mishandling of the weapons on ur second video i enjoyed ur firing but u r just allowed to post your first video i deleted both but later i decided after ur review u can post only the first video

Shahzeb
03-10-2010, 01:58 AM
okay thanks Taurus bhai! Im pleased by your safety concern and have learned from it.
And i admit, in the second video i mishandled the weapon in a way i never should have. Thanks again!

Mitho
03-10-2010, 08:39 AM
@shahzeb
after watching your video i totally regret watching it.
secondly when someone gives you sincere advice you should not take it as a criticism.
but anyways next time be even more careful with a firearm for ur safety and others tooo....................

Shahzeb
03-10-2010, 11:58 AM
will do. Thanks for watching.

Zaheer
03-10-2010, 12:35 PM
nice vdo B/W you are throwing your magazines in sand after emptying which is not good for your magazines :o

ARSALAN ALI
03-10-2010, 01:56 PM
nice video shahzeb and i really enjoyed it.

MIdreesTaj
03-10-2010, 04:56 PM
nice one Shahzeb which camera did you use.. I like the video quality.

Also I would comment that while being very careful with firearms is a MUST thing you need to be even more careful when you are displaying i.e. uploading a video. Your publication has a message in it for others and if we all say respectful handling to a firearm is MUST then it needs to be displayed as well in the video otherwise.. I really liked the way you handled your pistol.. you are pretty good at handling as I can see and your 24/7 showed some reliability as well. As per general opinion of this gun I thought it would hardly finish a single magazine without stuttering. :)

Shahzeb
03-10-2010, 06:56 PM
@zaheer not sand, the ground! Well in a tactical situation (God forbid i ever come across it) mags should be able to withstand abuse so this is nothing for them. I know it may cause scratches and all but i'm not really gna sell it-i am getting an offer to trade it for a SMGPK (a POF made MP5k) but that comes under PB and discussion is not allowed-although i think i will trade!
@arsalan ali Thanks! I'm glad you liked it :D
lastly @MIdreesTaj bhai. Thanks and i used my phone (Nokia N97) it has a 5 mp camera and pretty good video. I just got an E72 yesterday-a gift from an old friend! When i bought this gun (in march) the 809 had just been released into the market and i was getting it for 57k. Other choices were the zastava cz999 scorpion, cougar 8000, and pt145 but i chose this gun. My second choice was the scorpion cuz im a huge fan of the sig p226 but vant afford it yet! I had a beretta 92fs and the cougar was sorta the same thing so i wanted something new and love the glock but clearly cant afford it so i went for the 24/7 pro. I didnt get the 145 cuz i wont be carrying a gun because i'm not of legal age yet. For me, this gun is worth every penny i paid. Also true you can never emphasize enough about weapon safety and i should have been more careful. I think i probably set a poor example for others but this coming eid-when i go to my village inshAllah, i'll make another set of videos on basic shooting, double taps/Mozambique drills, ccw shooting, transitions (from rifle/submachine gun to pistol) and how to properly clear malfunctions. And inshAllah you guys out there won''t have any complaints about weapon safety or anything :)
sorry for the long post

Aquarius
03-10-2010, 07:55 PM
Shahzeb

Nice speed shooting but I didn't understand what were you shooting at in the Video??

ACHILLES
03-10-2010, 08:00 PM
Doc watch out
alak day poia wal gware :lol:

Aquarius
03-10-2010, 11:17 PM
Doc watch out
alak day poia wal gware :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Shahzeb
04-10-2010, 06:56 PM
@aquarius in this video, i didnt target anything. Just wanted to empty some mags and see if this pistol jams during rapid fire. Glad you liked it :)

Maximus
04-10-2010, 11:40 PM
.. Just wanted to empty some mags and see if this pistol jams during rapid fire. Glad you liked it :)

good show with the mag emptying. its a taurus so i believe it`ll deliver quite well.
nice purchase for a 16 year old.

decent grip and stance. try a controlled environment like a range and target practice.you have years of sportsmanship ahead.

As always it has to be said whether you like it or not. barrel in safe position at all times....chambered or unchambered or whatever. Follow that religiously and stay safe. pretty okay camera work, :)

Aquarius
04-10-2010, 11:47 PM
@aquarius in this video, i didnt target anything. Just wanted to empty some mags and see if this pistol jams during rapid fire. Glad you liked it :)

OK then it looks quite a reliable gun indeed.

@Maximus.. good input and advise brother.. :)

ACHILLES
04-10-2010, 11:53 PM
Doc how is shazeb doin as a shooter. :cool:

Shahzeb
05-10-2010, 09:21 PM
good show with the mag emptying. its a taurus so i believe it`ll deliver quite well.
nice purchase for a 16 year old.

decent grip and stance. try a controlled environment like a range and target practice.you have years of sportsmanship ahead.

As always it has to be said whether you like it or not. barrel in safe position at all times....chambered or unchambered or whatever. Follow that religiously and stay safe. pretty okay camera work, :)

thanks!!! i'll be 17 in November so... I learned the stance and grip over the internet (hundreds of video's on youtube) and i think i have been improving. Also, as for a range, i am aware of one in Lahore but they're membership $$$ is not what i would spend my money on. Plus they dont allow rapid shooting-that's what i've heard. Also, i'm more into tactical shooting and defensive shooting so i doubt they'd allow me that although i may be wrong. Also i'll follow your golden advice. Thank you for viewing! you guys dont know how much this means to me :)

9mm Luger
06-10-2010, 09:32 PM
can a 17 year old get a license... 17 mey to CNIC bhi nahi bana hota :D

Shahzeb
09-10-2010, 01:59 AM
@9mm luger
sorry for the late reply-i was busy studying for my SAT's. Yeah i know i am not of legal age to own this gun and i have not owned an illegal gun-nor do i plan too. This gun is registered on my father's NPB all Pakistan License BUT i purchased it with my own money, buy ammo with my own money, practice with it at my will (i.e in my village), carry it (again in my village where there aren't those many checks and balances and where there is a threat to me or my family), clean and lube it myself and keep it-the gun is in my custody that is in my room-i dont carry it around in Lahore as that would be illegal.

Now when i went to buy it, my father wasn't even present (obviously i did have his permission hence his license) so the gun is actually mine but just registered on his name. I know some of the members here will oppose this but I believe this is far better than buying and keeping an unlicensed gun (which as you all know is NOT hard to arrange be it a pistol or a select fire AK47!) but i prefer to be as "clean" and law abiding as i can so this is the best i can do-that is without sacrificing my dreams fully.

Plus, i'll be going to America permanently (until i become a doctor) in a few months and I want to get over my passion for firearms here because as you all know about the discrimination of Muslims and/or Pakistanis (even though I am an American born U.S citizen) and i don't want to attract any unwanted attention.
I hope you understand.

Sensei
09-10-2010, 06:07 AM
Nice video Shahzeb and nice review good work indeed just never forget the seriousness of this thing(gun) be happy,,http://s1.postimage.org/PaDi.gif (http://www.postimage.org/)

Shahzeb
09-10-2010, 12:24 PM
thanks sensei! I'll keep that in mind :)

alisyed
10-10-2010, 03:22 PM
Shooting in an open field is madness. What if your angle of shooting goes up even slightly? A poor farmer, child or animal could pay the price.
Carrying a gun is not a sign of maturity, however only those with maturity should carry one. You'll learn of this one day, hopefully with your experience in the US and how laws and common sense are exercised. When you do, please take the video off youtube. We as a nation are already (un)popular in the world for all the wrong reasons, dont add one more line to it!

Faisji
10-10-2010, 06:53 PM
Shooting in an open field is madness. What if your angle of shooting goes up even slightly? A poor farmer, child or animal could pay the price.
Carrying a gun is not a sign of maturity, however only those with maturity should carry one. You'll learn of this one day, hopefully with your experience in the US and how laws and common sense are exercised. When you do, please take the video off youtube. We as a nation are already (un)popular in the world for all the wrong reasons, dont add one more line to it!


+1


Plus, i'll be going to America permanently (until i become a doctor) in a few months and I want to get over my passion for firearms here because as you all know about the discrimination of Muslims and/or Pakistanis (even though I am an American born U.S citizen) and i don't want to attract any unwanted attention

And the way to show them that you are a law abiding citizen of Pakistan is by posting a video on you tube showing you firing a gun not legally owned by you next to a public road.Which by the way is a crime in Pakistan as well as USA.

Shahzeb
10-10-2010, 07:59 PM
Shooting in an open field is madness. What if your angle of shooting goes up even slightly? A poor farmer, child or animal could pay the price.
Carrying a gun is not a sign of maturity, however only those with maturity should carry one. You'll learn of this one day, hopefully with your experience in the US and how laws and common sense are exercised. When you do, please take the video off youtube. We as a nation are already (un)popular in the world for all the wrong reasons, dont add one more line to it!

First off, I want to tell you that I was obeying the safety rule of KNOWING WHAT WAS BEHIND MY TARGET/IN MY LINE OF FIRE. I am strictly against aerial firing so don't you think i have enough common sense to make sure there are no innocent people where any stray bullets might find their way. Secondly, I am not one of those narrow minded people who think owning a gun is cool or would make me mature or whatever. If I was, I could show all my class fellows and peers BUT I DO NOT. Also, do you think it is easy for a child like me to carry a weapon where ever i go (in my village) NOT FOR PASSION BUT because of the very real threat of being ambushed (which has happened twice previously) and not by the average TT-33 wielding robber but by 8-10 heavily armed people brandishing full auto AK47's. You may not believe me but i don't need to prove it to you either. If there was some other form of protection (e.g PROPERLY trained policemen) then why would i have to carry?
@Faisji, I understand your concern for firing standing next to a road but first off, that was my village (I know that doesnt make it legal) but I was aware of the safety of by-standers.

Lastly, if you think that my shooting was poor and i should not carry/own a weapon and the policemen (who escort us) should protect us, you will be abashed by their pathetic training and i believe it is better not to handle a weapon if you are not properly trained with using it.

ACHILLES
10-10-2010, 10:37 PM
Oh would be hard to know for Aquaris bro that you are going to USA. He was really impressed by your style of shooting and wanted to meet you and learn something about your style of shooting.

mss1704
10-10-2010, 10:52 PM
i am amazed by your stubborn and childish behavior. here u r shooting near a open road totally defying all rules and laws with a gun which obviously does not owned by you as u are underage. what do u want ppl should be happy to see your irresponsible and reckless behavior.hopefully when u grow old u will see stupidity of urs .

zeehaider82
10-10-2010, 11:54 PM
Good attempt. Next time do show the target along with the range and finally the bullet pattern from different ranges.

Shahzeb
11-10-2010, 12:18 AM
@ACHILLES was that sarcasm i hear in your voice :P
and thanks zeehaider82

ACHILLES
11-10-2010, 12:23 AM
@ACHILLES was that sarcasm i hear in your voice :P
and thanks zeehaider82
No bro you got it wrong. I was just trying to make a point to you. As you are young and new to shooting sports. so give dedication to the sports and less to movie type shoootin. No hard feelins bro though my words might seems to be offending to you but it is not the case. JUST GIVING YOU A TIP. :)

Shahzeb
11-10-2010, 12:35 AM
@ACHILLES was that sarcasm i hear in your voice :P
and thanks zeehaider82
No bro you got it wrong. I was just trying to make a point to you. As you are young and new to shooting sports. so give dedication to the sports and less to movie type shoootin. No hard feelins bro though my words might seems to be offending to you but it is not the case. JUST GIVING YOU A TIP. :)

I wasn't offended one bit! I am grateful that you are advising me and i do know i have a whole life ahead of me to learn. No hard feelings at all. And thanks for the tip!

mss1704
12-10-2010, 07:25 PM
Shooting in an open field is madness. What if your angle of shooting goes up even slightly? A poor farmer, child or animal could pay the price.
Carrying a gun is not a sign of maturity, however only those with maturity should carry one. You'll learn of this one day, hopefully with your experience in the US and how laws and common sense are exercised. When you do, please take the video off youtube. We as a nation are already (un)popular in the world for all the wrong reasons, dont add one more line to it!

First off, I want to tell you that I was obeying the safety rule of KNOWING WHAT WAS BEHIND MY TARGET/IN MY LINE OF FIRE. I am strictly against aerial firing so don't you think i have enough common sense to make sure there are no innocent people where any stray bullets might find their way. Secondly, I am not one of those narrow minded people who think owning a gun is cool or would make me mature or whatever. If I was, I could show all my class fellows and peers BUT I DO NOT. Also, do you think it is easy for a child like me to carry a weapon where ever i go (in my village) NOT FOR PASSION BUT because of the very real threat of being ambushed (which has happened twice previously) and not by the average TT-33 wielding robber but by 8-10 heavily armed people brandishing full auto AK47's. You may not believe me but i don't need to prove it to you either. If there was some other form of protection (e.g PROPERLY trained policemen) then why would i have to carry?
@Faisji, I understand your concern for firing standing next to a road but first off, that was my village (I know that doesnt make it legal) but I was aware of the safety of by-standers.

Lastly, if you think that my shooting was poor and i should not carry/own a weapon and the policemen (who escort us) should protect us, you will be abashed by their pathetic training and i believe it is better not to handle a weapon if you are not properly trained with using it.

What a load of crap with this attitude u will never learn and will remain a danger for other

Shahzeb
12-10-2010, 07:39 PM
Shooting in an open field is madness. What if your angle of shooting goes up even slightly? A poor farmer, child or animal could pay the price.
Carrying a gun is not a sign of maturity, however only those with maturity should carry one. You'll learn of this one day, hopefully with your experience in the US and how laws and common sense are exercised. When you do, please take the video off youtube. We as a nation are already (un)popular in the world for all the wrong reasons, dont add one more line to it!

First off, I want to tell you that I was obeying the safety rule of KNOWING WHAT WAS BEHIND MY TARGET/IN MY LINE OF FIRE. I am strictly against aerial firing so don't you think i have enough common sense to make sure there are no innocent people where any stray bullets might find their way. Secondly, I am not one of those narrow minded people who think owning a gun is cool or would make me mature or whatever. If I was, I could show all my class fellows and peers BUT I DO NOT. Also, do you think it is easy for a child like me to carry a weapon where ever i go (in my village) NOT FOR PASSION BUT because of the very real threat of being ambushed (which has happened twice previously) and not by the average TT-33 wielding robber but by 8-10 heavily armed people brandishing full auto AK47's. You may not believe me but i don't need to prove it to you either. If there was some other form of protection (e.g PROPERLY trained policemen) then why would i have to carry?
@Faisji, I understand your concern for firing standing next to a road but first off, that was my village (I know that doesnt make it legal) but I was aware of the safety of by-standers.

Lastly, if you think that my shooting was poor and i should not carry/own a weapon and the policemen (who escort us) should protect us, you will be abashed by their pathetic training and i believe it is better not to handle a weapon if you are not properly trained with using it.

What a load of crap with this attitude u will never learn and will remain a danger for other

I'm just telling alisyed about where and what i was shooting at. How is this cr*p?? And I think there is a rule on pakguns of not using abusive language. Im sorry I posted this video on pakguns and I promise i'll never EVER do so again on this website. Please mods delete this thread as I think I have caused many problems. I was going to learn from my mistakes and try to improve my shooting skills but I guess i should just stay away from guns all together. After all I'm only a kid. Thanks again mss1704. Will keep your golden advice forever.

Sensei
12-10-2010, 08:30 PM
@Shahzeb dear young man this forum is the best place to learn not only about the guns but the proper attitude for having and using a real gun,yes indeed you are a kid and thats why friends around are concerned about the safety of your own and others and giving you advice,as a young man and as a kid you need to listen and ofcourse reply them too but that should be sound like you are interacting with some one elder, you are not a problem kid :) you are a wonderful young man we all like you very much and none of us wants you to stay away from the guns please try to understand this is not a formal discussion forum here we do cares of each others we do respect of our elders regard less of their forum status,we have friends of all ages from different walk of life just give some time to understand Pakguns you will find it as the best place to be here I am sure,and now we hope soon you will show us some really nice shooting videos with some more appropriate manners, be happy..http://s3.postimage.org/jV6Vi.gif (http://www.postimage.org/)

Aquarius
12-10-2010, 09:29 PM
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Nice to hear from you after such a long time Sensei brother.. where have you beeeeeen.. we were really missing you and your nice smileys...... :)

Zaheer
12-10-2010, 10:01 PM
+1 Sensei,

Shahzeb bro dont be angry.Har kisi ka apna apna samjhane ka tarika hota hai.Koi aram se to koi zara jhatke se :D

Sensei
12-10-2010, 10:50 PM
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Nice to hear from you after such a long time Sensei brother.. where have you beeeeeen.. we were really missing you and your nice smileys...... :)

Dearest Aquairus brother I have been around but some really bussy and still I am ;) but trying to be here time to time ro see you brothers and your valueable posts,having some puzzels in mind but you know forum rules does not allow to ask them here any way I will be frequently very soon Inshah Allah
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Shahzeb
13-10-2010, 06:15 PM
okay, Thanks Sensei and Zaheer bhai! I'll try to keep myself composed and act more maturely. I mean fighting over this issue is going to get us nowhere. I'll make sure I maintain weapon safety always. InshAllah, i'll provide you with videos which you'll be happy with. Thank you too Zaheer bhai!

And, as your supercool smiley says, it's all good :P

Denovo87
13-10-2010, 10:09 PM
okay, Thanks Sensei and Zaheer bhai! I'll try to keep myself composed and act more maturely. I mean fighting over this issue is going to get us nowhere. I'll make sure I maintain weapon safety always. InshAllah, i'll provide you with videos which you'll be happy with. Thank you too Zaheer bhai!

And, as your supercool smiley says, it's all good :P

Mashallah Shahzeb bro, thats like a good boy.. jeetay raho bhai :)

AK47
13-10-2010, 10:29 PM
@Shazeb.........Carry on boy, with your new attitude, and regardless of your vid, I see both life and maturity in your writing, we're all prone to mistakes, have all been in younger days, it's good to see you paying heed to senior's advice. :)

Let's hear more from you and now you know perfectly well how vids should be composed, especially when you'll be in the USA! ;)

Regards.

Shahzeb
14-10-2010, 12:27 AM
Thanks denovo87 and AK47 bhai! But I'll be leaving for the US around in January. I've got a really hectic schedule because I have my half yearly exams (Dec), Human and Social Biology (Nov 3) and SAT I and II exams in Dec and Jan. then, inshAllah, i'll get into a good medical program in America and return to Pakistan to help my people (politics :D )

HussnainAyub
19-10-2010, 11:47 PM
shahzeb wish u best of luck and may ALLAH BLESS U...............

Shahzeb
20-10-2010, 01:17 AM
@hussainayub bhai, Thank you! And may Allah bless us all!

HussnainAyub
20-10-2010, 10:46 PM
u r most WELCOME>>>>>>>>>>