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Old April 23, 2009, 08:12 AM   #7
bds32
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I agree with the premise of the blogger's argument. The range shouldn't be just a place to punch holes in a paper. Unfortunately for some, it is due to strict range rules. But if you have the chance, you should practice the things that could happen such as one handed shooting, support hand shooting, different shooting positions, moving laterally, malfunction drills, one hand reloads, and use of cover. Nothing wrong with spending alot of time on the fundamentals of shooting such as trigger control, grip, sight alignment, but don't forget about the fundamentals of gunfighting.
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