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Old May 1, 2009, 08:31 PM   #9
firsttimefirearms123
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Good point

bds32 - that is a good point. Some range and dry fire exercises are as much about working through your non-firearms/stress related issues. Little things, like walking with your eyes trained at a point in the distance, do not come to mind until the first time you are in that situation. I was glad that I had an opportunity to learn some of my weaknesses in a simulation and not the "real" thing.
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