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ever, as is the ccw belt draw. It's the sighted fire that's hurt, by about 30%. Fortuanately, that's a rarity, only being necessary in about 1 case in 50 or 1 in 100, normal times civilian self defense.

See, 90% of all attacks dont REQUIRE hitting anybody. Just the swift APPEARNCE of a ready gun, and the obviousd determination to empty the mag into one's attackers suffices in over 90% of all attacks. Then, 90+% of all attacks occur inside the point shooting range limitation (of hitting the chest) of 10 ft (assuming eye level, two-handed firing, by a skilled hand.) 90% of the 10% that DO make you fire is 9%, of the total, ya see. 90+9=99. The odds might be a bit off, but actually, it's VERY rare for a civilian to actually HAVE to hit anyone beyond about 10 ft in range.
 

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You 'assume' in your post. To 'assume' is to make a 'ass out of you and me'. You can rely on waving a weapon and scareing some one. I won't, dumbkid. People scare better when they are dieing.

As for point shooting, that's the last thing you learn. Sighted fire shooters can shift to point shooting, but point shooters rarely can upgrade to sighted fire. I've see point shoters who just can't cut precision shooting. Point shooting is a 'nice to have' skill, sighted fire is a must.
 

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ever, as is the ccw belt draw. It's the sighted fire that's hurt, by about 30%. Fortuanately, that's a rarity, only being necessary in about 1 case in 50 or 1 in 100, normal times civilian self defense.

See, 90% of all attacks dont REQUIRE hitting anybody. Just the swift APPEARNCE of a ready gun, and the obviousd determination to empty the mag into one's attackers suffices in over 90% of all attacks. Then, 90+% of all attacks occur inside the point shooting range limitation (of hitting the chest) of 10 ft (assuming eye level, two-handed firing, by a skilled hand.) 90% of the 10% that DO make you fire is 9%, of the total, ya see. 90+9=99. The odds might be a bit off, but actually, it's VERY rare for a civilian to actually HAVE to hit anyone beyond about 10 ft in range.
What are you babbling about? You should NEVER draw a weapon to "Scare" someone. If you draw you better be ready to fire, and fire accurately. This is about the twentieth time you have advocated "missing' your opponent to "scare" him. "A miss with a .44 Magnum is better than a hit with a .22", Yes, he said that. Deny it, John.
 

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Like I said, Terry, people scare better when they are dieing. <font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font>kid is all bluff. He 'thinks' everyone will scare off. Troube is the cops have already made him surrender (all his bluster just melted when they came) a time or two before. That's the way bullies, real or internet, are. You would not even have to draw a weapon on gunkid. He would 'P' in his pants if you even showed up.
 

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that is, speed of draw is hurt by 12 years of no practice, 6 years of very little practice.
 
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