|06-03-2016, 02:16 PM||#1|
Joined: May 2014
a lot of half assed guns, be half assed with them
or a very few, really superb fighting guns and be a top hand with those few (with either hand, under common conditions of darkness, moving, using cover, on movers, cover users, etc). Those are your choices, unless somebody''s paying for all your guns and ammo AND paying you to do nothing but shoot. Working stiffs don't have time or money for more.
being really good takes hundreds of hours of practice per year, and about 10k rds per year of live ammo, on top of airsoft, .177 and dryfire. 1-2k rds per year of 223, 3-4k of .22 thru the .22 unit in the rifle, and 5k rds per year of 9mm thru the pistol. IF you go at it right, this will MAINTAIN top skill at realistic challenges (IF you ever COULD attain such, of course) Attaining it will take twice as much ammo, as well as $1000's of $ spent on instruction. Why is why only a very few thousand men and almost no women in the US have such levels of ability.
|06-03-2016, 03:11 PM||#2|
Joined: Jun 2004
From: Canadian Badlands