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Old May 10, 2016, 10:08 PM   #29
Wyosmith
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Join Date: December 29, 2010
Location: Shoshoni Wyoming
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In response to this:
"Being a great shot in a gunfight means nothing if your enemy is faster than you".

Not necessarily.
I have been missed!
That means my enemies fired before I did. They WERE faster.

Slowing down to the point that you can make a hit is necessary.

With practice that can be very fast, but never fire faster than you can make a hit.
If you miss you have recovery time to deal with and in some cases you may have just given your position away for not good reason.

If you fire fast and miss the result is the same as not firing if the enemy fires a first hit.
So "going fast" did nothing good for you at all in that case.

Slow down and aim!
Shoot as fast as you can make hits and NO faster.
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