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Old April 22, 2016, 10:18 AM   #26
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Making hits before an enemy does is what is important.
That is the essence of this discussion in my opinion. In order to be able to do this, I have to learn to be able to shoot quickly, because I don't know how much time I will get in a real-world incident. I can get on center mass very quickly. I can shoot very small groups at self-defense range. I can't usually do both at the same time. Being able to do both is important. In order to do that, both skills have to be developed and maintained. Being a great shot in a gunfight means nothing if your enemy is faster than you.
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