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Old May 10, 2016, 05:36 AM   #3
shafter
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Just food for thought. If you ever have the chance to participate in any sort of sims or force on force training, I would highly recommend it. I feel the few hours I spend doing sims is more valuable experience than days at the range shooting paper.
This is true. There really isn't a good substitute for realistic training. Paper targets are good for learning the fundamentals of shooting but they don't make for very realistic combat training.

As a side note, learn to point shoot for closer range shooting. At seven yards or less it isn't difficult and it makes you a lot faster. You need speed at close range because it's first hits that count and your opponent really doesn't need any skill at that range.
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