Originally Posted by faawrenchbndr
If someone ONLY shoots once a year, he/she will not fair very well
in s life or death situation.
This is where you are wrong, faawrenchbender.
Some inexperienced firearms owners will defend themselves with wisdom and authority, who never shoot their firearms. Some of them will fair better than others who shoot regularly and have all the "training" and credentials. To make such a "blanket statement", is not very much in tune with humanity.
.....but, to be fair, your statement is very true for a much higher percentage of non-shooters, than those who shoot regularly.
Training and practice is certainly helpful.......but, when it comes right down to the nitty gritty.......it's the character of the individual that makes the difference between doing the necessary under extreme pressure......and failure.
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