Thread: Bad Practice!
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Old October 12, 2012, 06:16 PM   #9
smokehouse4444
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I thought the initial purpose of keeping the firearm very close to the body was to help keep it from being knocked away easily. The thrusting helps with the aiming itself as you tend to point right at what you want to hit. I'm sure some can pull a .44 SA and pop it old gunfighter style, but not for most. I did see an old guy on a 60 minute type show that was supposed to be the fastest gun alive. He shot out two balloons from the draw and it only sounded like one shot. Unbelievable, they had to show it in slow motion to prove that he actually did it.
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