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Old July 20, 2012, 09:13 PM   #50
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Originally Posted by Bartholomew Roberts
Why is that relevant? Are those the only people who can offer any useful thoughts on this subject?
The short answer is... YES.

The whole point of analyzing such scenarios is not to criticize the heroism of the people involved; but to learn from their mistakes. Another useful outcome of these discussions is to think about possible decision-making problems now and develop a response in the nice, calm, comfort of the glowing computer monitor, rather than try to think up the correct response in a fraction of a second while someone shoots at you.
I agree, but I see alot of threads like this, and alot of posts berating the actions of those who were involved.
Responses such as...."How many rounds did he waste firing the 'barrage' instead of using the front sight in the first place?"......don't teach anyone anything.
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