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Old September 1, 2013, 04:25 PM   #13
40-82
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The main thing about hip shooting/point shooting is practice, and not trying to be too fast too soon. More than one person who was determined to be an over night expert has ended up shooting himself. Besides, if a timer is used quite often the person with the fastest time will look much slower than a beginner with jerky awkward movements. No trained shooter is likely to rely on hip shooting if he has the time or the room or the light to use his sights. That said, I regard it as an important skill worth practicing because you cannot assume for instance that if you can shoot a ragged hole slow fire off handed at fifteen yards that you can also hit a full silhouette target fast from the holster at fifteen feet if you've never practiced it.
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