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Versatility & Flexibility will keep you alive, being a "one trick pony" won't!
 

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then I'M a

world class SHOTTIST, WITH A SINGLE BARREL 16 GA.




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What happens Tard, when you fire the last of your 60 rounds of .223 and you are in a serious gun fight. The only weapon you see anywhere near you is an M60 or a MAG 58? Do you know how to load those and operate them? One trick pony suits you perfectly Tard.

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I am versatile with a number of types of firearms. I regularly shoot a large variety of .22LR rifles in various actions, .223 caliber rifle of a few types such as AR-15 & Ruger Ranch Rifle, HK MP% 9mm sub-machinegun (not anymore I gave it up but am probably still very proficient), various rifles of various calibers, 12 gauge shotguns of a few action types, various revolvers, and various pistols.

Does a person whom I consider in my personal opinion, to be little more than a pos felon like you mean to tell me that this makes me less proficient in marksmanship abilities than a slug like you? Screw off man, you are way off the mark again. I regularly shoot Distinguished Expert at least 50 percent of the time with my service 9mm pistols, and am rarely off that by more than a point or two. By the way DE is a perfect score on the course of fire I am speaking about. I do this because I am a great shot! No brag - just fact. What do you make of that? Can you fathom it. Can you believe it, or will you revert to calling me a pos know nothing who has never broken out of jail? Can you imagine that, holy cow somoeone else can shoot besides you and who dares to call you a POS (SARCASM INTENDED). Funny how my being able to shoot well with all those other weapons does not make me any less the shooter with my 9mm pistols as you claim it would.

I am not a wanna be who claims to have all the combat experience in the world or who claims to be the only one who knows how to do it. When you find yourself in a real SHTF situation someday, needing to revert to a gun other than your one gun, you are gunna get tagged like the loser I believe you to be.
 

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Become very proficient in a few, yes melvin, but also be proficient in many.Let me explain, you can become a superb shot with a couple different weapons, and still become a very good shot with many many others.Only a fool, or an idiot would limit themselves to just one or two weapons.If your mentally unable to break away from a certain weapon, then your a fool using said weapon as a crutch.
If your too stupid to be able to learn and become good with several different types of weapons, you shouldn't have one anyway.
If you think your weapon will never fail(and from some of your posts your cobbled together weapons will do just that), then you not only haven't used weapons much, but you've never done a thing but stroke yourself while looking through gun mags.

So what if your mentally unable to grasp the concept or retain the knowledge on several different weapons, your a minority there melvin, most people can and do just that.
 

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I got into IPSC, 20 some years ago for a couple threee years, it was really the only serious firearms experiene I've known. Now that I try to play "survivalist", rifles get important, so I spend alot of time trying to relate IPSC to rifle work. It kind of sucks though, that I never really spent time hunting or had any meaningful experience in the military. It gets real hard for me to relate rifle work to practical usage since I have no experience to draw from. So I guess I can understand why the people that do have outdoor backgrounds and military experience think I'm a dumb @ss.

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JD Translation:

I got into IPSC, 20 some years ago for a couple threee years, it was really the only serious firearms experiene I've known. Now that I try to play "survivalist", rifles get important, so I spend alot of time trying to relate IPSC to rifle work. It kind of sucks though, that I never really spent time hunting or had any meaningful experience in the military. It gets real hard for me to relate rifle work to practical usage since I have no experience to draw from. So I guess I can understand why the people that do have outdoor backgrounds and military experience think I'm a dumb @ss.

Teuf,
things haven't changed much from 2004...
 
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