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Old November 21, 2013, 01:53 PM   #32
Tactical Jackalope
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As I've said before, you can't know ahead of time what you're going to need to do to solve your problem. The more you can do, and the better you can do it, the luckier you'll be.
- Frank Ettin


This.


You won't know if you're on 1-2 rounds or 7-8 rounds. I know a lot of magazines have the numbers, and Glock has it 1 by 1. ex: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, etc. No need to and not good to lock your vision on that though, so no. I was taught to top off when cover is available and taken. Never know when they're going to be more threats coming or if those threats were idle the whole time and were overlooked. It's much more swift to reload during that quick down time session (if the even is one) than to engage and run dry only to attempt a reload while being engaged by the threat.

Hope that makes sense.

However, what I quoted holds the most truth. You won't know.
People will throw out scenarios all day that make them shine and make you look dim and they just go round and round.
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