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Operating Inside a House With an AR-15

willi4 Wrote: Apr 15, 2013 10:33 AM
I hope all of our enemies went to your school of self defense. I can only pray. Living through a gun fight takes much more than load, point and shoot. Cover, for instance will leave me living while those who don't become paper targets. Being able to "hit" what you "shoot" at is also a very important part of the "pull the trigger" you mentioned. I hope you are kidding.
Dyadd Wrote: Apr 15, 2013 10:48 AM
Many gun fights - if not most are won by those with no training. Hiding behind "cover" is instinctive.

When people with two eyes point they are usually pointing right at heir target. Military courses like "Quick Kill" can reinforce this, but are not needed for close combat.

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