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do you play tennis or baseball? Just mastering the various clubs is enough hassle, right? If you aim is to be good at gunfighting, why complicate things by having/carrying lots of different "feel" guns, especially with different manuals of operation. If you don't like to have to remember to manipulate a safety on a handgun, what do you do with a longarm, hmm? there aint any DA rifles or Glock shotguns. Stick with SA autos, so you don't forget and dont shoot yourself, either. Why deliberately handicap yourself by using a DASA for this and a revolver for that?
 

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Very simple, for versatility and flexibility. To each his own.
 

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why not just admit that you don't care if you are any good? :) Cause that's the obvious fact of the matter.
 

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Anyone really familiar with guns, not theoretically, does not see different types as handicaps. I train with all different types. I'm confident that I can use them all. Why limit yourself to just one type? That's not a good idea at all.
 

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why not just admit that you don't care if you are any good? :) Cause that's the obvious fact of the matter.
How in the world would a non-shooter be able to judge a competitive shooter's skill?
 

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I've got my own preferences. But,whenever/wherever able,I generally try to be versatile.
It often devolves to something akin to the " MMA/Gracie Combatives vs TMA" discussion. Some go wide(range of skills touched upon) some go deep(heavier focus in one direction. We all got our strengths and preferences,but it never hurts to go outside your comfort zones once in a while. If only to find where the holes in your fence line are.
 

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sure, IF there's an advantage, but there aint. which is why I settled upon what I did.
 

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Why would anyone want to be a "One Trick Pony"???
 
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