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Old March 8, 2012, 11:15 AM   #7
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I'm a firm believer a huge majority of SD practice should be with one hand.
+1, I'd say about 75% of my shooting is one handed. Whether it be SD practice or just plain fun shooting at soda cans or steel spinner. My problem is not practicing weak hand shooting enough . Once you can shoot quickly and accurately with one hand, two handed shooting is easy, at least IMO.

So many of us have this fanciful idea in our heads that we'll have the time and distance to achieve a perfect stance and sight picture and rock solid grip..........truth is that a lot of the time that just isn't going to happen. Unless you're on super red alert 100% of the time, there's always the possibility of someone getting the one-up on you and getting inside your comfort zone. And really, who wants to walk around on super red alert all the time?

I also found this:
Working with others on any task can be difficult. In the context of a defensive encounter, it can become incredibly complicated.
to be quite apt.
---Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.---

---Enlightenment is the ability to take infinite pains---
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