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Old November 17, 2013, 12:50 PM   #7
Al Thompson
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John, well done. I read both articles and find it more akin to idle speculation on both their parts as regards the average earth person's needs. IMHO, until a shooter can achieve fast first round hits at distance, reloads should be very secondary for training priorities.

Had one instructor defend the "reload with retention" with the Katrina/Mogadishu circumstances as examples. Strongly suspect that's training for the 1% not the 99%.
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