Short, red-headed going gray, rated marksman with small arms in US Air Force field training. I've always had a knack with pistols. Precision seems to come naturally to me. I can shoot through the neck of an old-fashioned Coca-Cola bottle at 50 feet, one hand, double action, about 8 times out of 10. There are better shots with a .357 than me, but not many. But in a gun fight, I would want more bullets than the six in my revolver. Unlike mounted paper targets, enemies will jump around. They'll separate and cause distractions. They'll hide behind cover in order to snipe. To win a fight against several aggressors, even a good marksman might need to shoot many times.