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Old April 4, 2013, 10:53 PM   #20
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One thing I would recommend is a lanyard of some sort, on those occasions where I had to use my M1911 in action the lanyard almost functioned as the support hand, and I think a one handed person doesn't need to worry about losing his weapon-Jeff Cooper advocated the lanyard, he said it's mighty difficult to take a weapon away when it's attached to someone.
I personally did not become a good handgun shooter till I practiced Bullseye and as for using two hands, I wonder if we're not becoming too tactically rigid and losing the ability to choose tactics based on the situation. The version I learned in the Army was "If it works, it's good!"
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