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with rifle or pistol. You dont DARE post a list of ranges, target sizes, times,etc, for fear of looking like the inept ignoramuses that you are.
 

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You mean like espousing the wonders of oddball, rare as a hen's tooth calibers and proclaiming everyone a st^pe if they are not packing one, even though you don't have one yourself and have never fired one?
 

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mrostov said:
You mean like espousing the wonders of oddball, rare as a hen's tooth calibers and proclaiming everyone a st^pe if they are not packing one, even though you don't have one yourself and have never fired one?
MIKE:
andy's alter ego, 223 fan, will be by here in a few minutes to blaze away at you.
 

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You are the one who doesn't know what realistic

skill is!

You seem to think that the only way to measure skill is with a timer.

Realistic skill is what each of us have with what we have time and inclination to achieve. Most of us never need more then what we've trained for.

Andy, you're so fond of claiming excess power is a waste, well that can easily be associated to over training.

You seem to think a third class shooter is worthless. So if your not the fastest in the world, you're nothing.

Realistically, I could use a bit more shooting time. I could be faster and more accurate but I really don't need to be.

YOU are the last one to know what REALISTIC is!
 

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Gunkid has never fired a gun in anger, he's rolled over like a sheeple everytime the police knock. Your right he knows nothing about realism. What happened in IPSC 30 years ago was nothing but a gun game, thats all. You know nothing about flexibility or versatility, just the cr*p that you read in the IPSC handbook 30 years ago. Live the reality NOT the fantasy!!!
 

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Clint Boyer said:
skill is!

You seem to think that the only way to measure skill is with a timer.

Realistic skill is what each of us have with what we have time and inclination to achieve. Most of us never need more then what we've trained for.

Andy, you're so fond of claiming excess power is a waste, well that can easily be associated to over training.

You seem to think a third class shooter is worthless. So if your not the fastest in the world, you're nothing.

Realistically, I could use a bit more shooting time. I could be faster and more accurate but I really don't need to be.

YOU are the last one to know what REALISTIC is!
Well, it seems to me that Clint, along with Garand, and a few others on this forum know what skill is. And it seems like they know what reality is too.

Sooo, by using that information, Melvin, that only leaves you laying in the dust.

We win, you lose MELVIN.
 

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Melvin

You are Soooooooo predictable now its become boaring,......would you please come by and whoop my @ss so I can turn my porch light off.
 

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Havong lived through a year of ground combat armed wthh an M2 Carbine and an N frame Smith&Wesson revolver I think I knoe a great deal more about realistic combat skills than someone whose only experience was shooting IPSC matcces long ago.
 
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