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Old November 10, 2012, 07:41 AM   #8
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I have not seen the picture. Is is possible that the angle of the shot skewed the perspective? What exactly was he doing? Was he just standing there or was he dynamically moving off the "X"?

As has been mentioned before; people who carry guns tend to get the hammer syndrome - Every problem is a nail. Not all situations call for a gun. Usually at 0-5 feet, you do not have time to go to your gun, you need to create distance. I have been advocating for years that the gun is only part of your system, you need hand to hand skills.

Ralph, you started reading this mag in 1958? My dad was born in 1955.


Just thought to toss that out there.
And I was born in 1961, so?
My rifle and pistol are tools, I am the weapon.
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