I'll post this just to see if I'm right ... or if other people's definitions are the same as mine.
Point shooting is basically just point and shoot without visually lining up the sites. Someone's charging at you ... you don't take time to aim, you just point the gun at them and pull the trigger. Some people are surprisingly good at this. Firing from the waist (as though from a quick defensive draw as I raise the weapon) I can usually get a round on COM.
Flash Sighting means you take an extra half second to at least half-assed line up the sights. the rule I was taiught is that if the front blade is somewhere between the rear sight blades, at defensive ranges you'll be well on target. This appears to me to be true.
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