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Old 01-10-2016, 02:35 PM   #1
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Did you see this in Handgunner Magazine?

I thought this made sense. BTW, I'm a little thin in 1/3 of the recommendations.[

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Many of these are not allowed at the range, so ... we target shoot and hope that when the time comes we will (1) know it's time to engage, (2) will have time to deploy and engage, (3) can hit ONLY what/who we are aiming at.

Beyond that, the next thing we will do is call the US Law Shield emergency number so our lawyer will come a-runnin'
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I have access to gravel pits. I sort of PPC shoot at Gander Mountain, and acid-test holsters on private land.

I will admit to one thing. Be it motorcycle engines or automatic pistols, I break them in. I am the kind of guy who'll take a few boxes of Reman or Hush hardball and just ventilate targets.

On private land I'll chase a bouncing beer can just to see if I can do it.
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I thought this made sense. BTW, I'm a little thin in 1/3 of the recommendations.[

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Which issue was that? It wasn't in the new issue that I just received.

BTW, I agree with everything he said.



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Many of these are not allowed at the range, so ... we target shoot and hope that when the time comes we will (1) know it's time to engage, (2) will have time to deploy and engage, (3) can hit ONLY what/who we are aiming at.

Beyond that, the next thing we will do is call the US Law Shield emergency number so our lawyer will come a-runnin'
What if you were to take a tactical training course? Then you would be able to practice all of these techniques, wouldn't you? I know . . . It wouldn't be free. I consider it to be among the best investments I ever made, however.



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Ya' know, that's a good question. I have seen the rooms where the class is taught at Gander Mountain, wondering if it was primarily classroom work.

I'll be there later this week. I'll get some details.
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My range doesn't allow for real training so I joined IDPA, which uses the same range twice per month. Between that and taking advantage of their free retakes for their tactical courses, I feel I'm getting some ok practice. Rumor has it they're able to do force on force training soon too.

I've got friends who fall into the list though. No holster, little practice. Just bought a gun "for protection" My 2016 resolution is to get them out to the pit more often.
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