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Old February 9, 2015, 10:37 PM   #50
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I can't get past the 'quick draw is a fallacy' part...
So armed conflict always starts with both the attacker and defender having holstered pistols?

Perhaps the badguy already has his weapon exposed
Perhaps the badguy has already begun an attack
Perhaps the badguy has already fired shots

Draw speed is a very limited element in a very dynamic encounter. Can it be the deciding factor?..sure. Is it likely to be? Probably not.
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