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"Actually I have never been content or satisfied with even my best performance during training or combat. I know I am capable of doing better and strive to improve."

Nor should you be....however one does need a yardstick.

Pinpoint accuracy is something to strive for but many people don't have the time, money, or facilities (not to mention training) to achieve this. One shoots their various drills and sees where the problems lie then corrects them based upon their individual minimum requirements i.e. acceptable combat accuracy.
 
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