Training Makes the Difference
I'm mostly self trained, . . . some books, some videos, . . . mostly just one on one IDPA type scenarios.
Never have had to use it.
Came home today from my son's house, . . . walked into my own house, . . . there was a noise that sounded just like someone in my bedroom knocked something over.
Before I could formualte a plan, . . . my 1911 was in my hand, safety off, and I was calling out to the "intruder" to ID himself or stand by for the consequences.
No sound, . . . I waited, . . . no sound, . . . finally took the chance and did the old cutting the pie check out of the room: nothing.
This whole post is just to thank all of you out there who keep hammering on the training, . . . practice, . . . training, . . . practice. It all came naturally, did not have to think, . . . and, . . . uhh, . . . no, . . . never did find out what made the noise.
May God bless,
If you can breathe, . . . thank God!
If you can read, . . . thank a teacher!
If you are reading this in English, . . . thank a Veteran!