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Old February 9, 2016, 09:24 AM   #14
g.willikers
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More holes in the same place on an opponent may not increase the chance of surviving.
And heart damage can take too long to have the desired effect.
Our brains and systems can function for quite awhile without a heart.
According to those who know about human biology, the spine and head are the most effective places to neutralize an aggressor.
Hence the reason for practicing the Mozambique drill.
Then, "bullets hitting in a combat effective torso zone" would have the greater effect over multiple hits in the heart.
Anyone want to volunteer for a test?
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