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Old January 23, 2010, 08:28 AM   #9
N.H. Yankee
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I am surprised the P32 did so well, especially against night sights.
This is where having a gun that points naturally is vital, when point shooting in poor light under stress. Grip angle is often the problem with low hits, also having ammunition with a low flash powder can be very beneficial. Point shooting or instinctive shooting should be practiced, but limited to the last resort. Wild shots can have deadly consequences.

My only concern is if you have to shoot in low light and your target is hit, one better hope they can prove a threat level justifying deadly force. A anti prosecutor will try to say you were shooting recklessly and how could you be sure of the threat. This is not to say one shouldn't practice low light shooting, I'd much rather deal with the aftermath and protect my family and self.
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