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Old April 30, 2013, 01:24 PM   #10
Noreaster
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Training and qualification are very different, (at least in a civil tort.) I suppose you can practise your training. An example of practise may be shooting on a static line at a twenty five foot target. Training may be something like standing in front of a target at 7 yds and then you draw, move and shoot or move, draw and shoot or draw, shoot move, stand facing left or right and turn draw and shoot... You get what I mean. I know people despise this reference but action shooting like IDPA/USPSA is more training than what most people do at the range, (yes I do mean tactics! If you follow the basic premise of IDPA and use cover, tactical reload, multiple targets, movement...) You don't have to game it when you do action shooting. Use a real gun and holster and sharpen your skill set.
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