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Old November 3, 2005, 04:56 AM   #8
Archie
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Probably...

Shooting one handed makes one pay more attention to the basics... sight alignment and trigger control.

I shoot Bullseye at the Sharpshooter level. On a good day, I can plunk bullets one handed into a pretty small area.

I also carry a gun for a living. If I have to defend my self and or others, I will use all the hands at my disposal.

Practise both. Incorporate that sight alignment and trigger control into the fast two handed style of shooting - don't abandon it.
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