It was todays festivity at the boom room, and it is surprisingly accurate at 21'. It is also very quick. Just looking for thoughts, tips, pros, or cons.
You don't remember this thread.... LOLWhat's this? According to Mr. Search, I've opened up virgin terrain here. (Actually, I recall heated discussion on this topic last Fall, but the bloodhound ain't findin' it.)
We need a reprise. The weather is miserable, everybody's cranky..... Let's hear about point shooting.
I would NEVER take a shot at Jesus. Unless that was the name of the perp, of course.That is funny... ready, aim, fire....no just fire! someone is on a crutch or taking cover behind a desk
I expect that crack head "kicking in my garage door and bumbling" in your house doesn't know your house as well as you do and you should have time to aquire a traget before pulling the trigger.I would NEVER take a shot at Jesus. Unless that was the name of the perp, of course.
You should try it. Standing up in your lane and making confetti is one thing, but winning is another. I don't worry about B-3 targets invading my home and permitting me 30 seconds before I shoot. I worry about the crackhead who decides he wants a sandwich kicking in my garage door and bumbling into my living room with a Glock.
Didn't read post # 14 huh?Say what you will but if you don't take the time to aquire the target you are truly spraying and praying. In a urban setting or even in a rual home a none targeted round has the chance to take an inocent life. The mili seconds it takes for someone that practices to aquire a target is a fact. The action hero persona that shoots from the hip is also is a fact. The results are so simple, it is I aimed and fired or I sprayed and prayed. I didn't make up the term "spray and pray" it's a common term and more comon because we can carry more rounds in in most states. On so many threads it has been expressed you have to be able to hit what you aim at. Every missed round has the potenial to injure or kill an inconent person. So ever pull of a trigger requires the gun owner to be responsible for the round. That is how I see it as regular guy, a guy that was a LEO for three years and a guy that was in the USMC for eight years.
I don't know of a instructor that doesn't educate the guy or gal to aquire the target before pulling the trigger.