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Old 06-15-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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I see this again and again in movies and every time doubt its validity, the guy who shoots (2) semi-auto handguns simultaneously kill hoardes of the "evil" fellers.

I know some cowboys shot (2) revolvers as they had less capacity than todays autos.

Is firing (2) firearms either a revolver & a semi-auto or (2) semi-auto handguns is this practical/tactical?

Can this technique be taught/learned?

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Can this technique be taught/learned?
They teach it in ninja class...
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OUCH!
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I believe you are referring to the FAMOUS instance of DUAL WIELDING.

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working on the basics (sight alignment, breath control, trigger pull, and follow through), the technique can be learned. A person should be kind of proficient with shooting with both hands, but not necessarily at the same time.

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I don't really think dual wielding pistols accomplishes much besides look cool for the movies.
Maybe some of the more experienced members on here can do it well, I just wasted bullets the couple times I tried it.

Aw heck if someone wants to send me another 1911 I'll give it another try and let you know the results

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Awesome. Haha!
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Aw heck if someone wants to send me another 1911 I'll give it another try and let you know the results
You have only one? (friendly kidding, of course)
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I've tried it a few times. My first carefully aimed shot usually isn't too bad. But from then on, it's just a waste of good ammunition.

I'm sure with patience and an abundance of ammunition, it could be learned. But there's probably a reason you never see anyone who is for real teaching this method. Besides Mr. White and the Master Chief, of course.

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I duel wielded my buddies fn 57's and it was $20.00 well spent.

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