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Just how smart is it to "Train like the pros?"


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Old 02-10-2013, 04:42 PM   #21
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Default We are still working on this.

While we were shooting one problem came up. Being so close together, if I use my normal hold the gun is liable to end up pointed at his head. He doesn't think much of this result. Guess we will be working on this for a while. Having to change at my age sucks but having an armed man you trust next to you is pretty much priceless.
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