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Old November 16, 2012, 10:51 PM   #28
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Minimizing the effects of various things that can decrease accuracy can not be bad.
Can't dispute that.
But, there is the question of whether the time and effort spent in that pursuit results in a statistically significant increase in accuracy- particularly as relevant to the skill level of the shooter, that is the interesting point of the discussion to me.

I envy the guys that have unlimited time to spend reloading, I wish I was one of them...
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