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Old May 1, 2013, 09:22 PM   #34
Ruark
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Join Date: November 12, 2010
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It's a good idea to just practice quickly drawing and firing, as you might do in a real life self defense situation. Of course, be sure the gun's empty. Then check again. Then check again. Carry it exactly as you do when you're CCW, and practice drawing and dry-firing as quickly as possible at a target, point shooting at about 10 feet. Do it until you can do it instantly, automatically, without thinking. This is what can save your life, not sitting at a bench casually blasting at a paper target while jabbering about a football game.
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