Another thing to consider is that shooting anyone beyond the acceptable benchmarked 21 feet (7 yards) not to mention over 25 yards is really not a defensible standpoint. Unless you are taking direct fire - for self defense a robber or someone with a bat is really not a threat (over at these distances)... as you can run or take other choices other than lethal force.
Yes, I can see how this makes a lot of sense. I suppose I kind of assumed if I could shoot well at 25 yards than I would probably do OK at 21 feet.
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