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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by twinboysdad View Post
    Wrong.
    Might wanna come up with a more compelling rebuttal than that.

    Why is this issue (and thread) still floating about? Surely the horse is beaten well past death at this point? As established in the other thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faramir2 View Post
    Might wanna come up with a more compelling rebuttal than that.

    Why is this issue (and thread) still floating about? Surely the horse is beaten well past death at this point? As established in the other thread?

    I am waiting for another thread questioning the validity of reactive dynamic movement...another discussing the importance of foot placement in a weaver stance, and maybe a third discussing pressing the trigger with the middle finger while the index finger points that five shot revolver. I dunno. Cooper once warned me of terminal exasperation...I think I should go get tested for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    I am waiting for another thread questioning the validity of reactive dynamic movement...another discussing the importance of foot placement in a weaver stance, and maybe a third discussing pressing the trigger with the middle finger while the index finger points that five shot revolver. I dunno. Cooper once warned me of terminal exasperation...I think I should go get tested for it.
    Both eyes vs. one eye open for aiming? Sounds like a good topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    I am waiting for another thread questioning the validity of reactive dynamic movement...another discussing the importance of foot placement in a weaver stance, and maybe a third discussing pressing the trigger with the middle finger while the index finger points that five shot revolver. I dunno. Cooper once warned me of terminal exasperation...I think I should go get tested for it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Faramir2 View Post
    Both eyes vs. one eye open for aiming? Sounds like a good topic.
    How did you guys miss the number one topic of all time ever. "How to not go to jail if I shoot the bad guy."?

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    What next? Someone gonna bring up the whole appendix carry bad... We'll shoot our junk off argument again???

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    I’m just wondering if learning has occurred or the op or if more shitposting is required?


    Oh and my topic suggestion. “They all fall to ball”.
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