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Old August 27, 2012, 05:39 PM   #10
Steviewonder1
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Join Date: February 16, 2009
Location: John's Creek, Georgia
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All good advice above. Get an Air Soft gun and set up targets in your garage or basement. Run some of these drills and see how you can do. To get to the next level take one of the many "Gun Fighting Courses" whose courses are listed elsewhere on The Firing Line. In these courses you will be running and gunning with your gun and ammo on multiple targets. These courses are run on 360 degree ranges with all guns loaded all the time and Safety as the number 1 area of concentration. Practice will let the area below the waist not influence the area above it. Running and gunning is one of the hardest processes to master, but you can get good at it.
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