Seems like most people are using target shooting as examples. Shooting at targets and shooting at bad guys are two totally diffrent things.
PPC wasn't target shooting. A lot of trigger time on the range builds muscle memory that takes over when you are in a hurry and adrenaline is high. I don't even remember drawing my gun and barely remember shooting but when I had to it was done and done fast. Second time was because of a feral dog, I had broken my right arm the day before, I drew left handed and put the dog down as soon as I saw danger without thinking about it. Range time practicing at much slower speeds both left and right handed kicked in and I did what I had to do. Almost everybody shoots faster than me on the range but you can't deny end results. In other words I'd rather be good then first.
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