after you fire your first shot (at most) or a stage of fire has NOTHING to do with reality. Nobody's going to be just STANDING there more than 1.5 seconds after hearing your first shot. So to PRETEND that you are going to have a STATIONARY, frontal, fully-exposed target for longer than that is just bs. When these realistic requirements are met, u'll find OUT that the ranges have to be VERY close, or you'll be unable to hit more than one guy. Doing more is just outside the realm of reliable human performance, ie, LUCK if and when it happens. Sure, you can get LUCKY. If you are LUCKY, you wont need a gun at ALL.