- May 1, 2013
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- Outside Seattle
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So many wrong conclusions!a) I've had hundreds of hours of training with firearms. There are exceptions but most criminals are lousy shots as I've been taught in class. That is my source, class. If you want to see the same source as me you can come to my class.
b) Good for you. Of course a tactical gunfight is a whole different ballgame than static target shooting or three gun competition.
c) Criminals are becoming more dangerous, as I said before in this post there are exceptions to criminals being lousy shots, an example would be as Platt and Matix. A trained criminal is more dangerous than an untrained criminal.
Now if more good people could get good training with firearms, that could help cut down on all crimes.
No, I require stats on the quality of criminal shooting, not wishful thinking from gun instructors. So...I dont accept that answer.
I dont do 'stand and shoot' competition, so you're wrong there. And I also practice with the IDPA team, which is all running, shooting, changing magazines, from behind cover, in all positions, timed, etc.
ANd there's no correlation and no reason that training should affect gun crime...all it takes is pulling a trigger as many times as needed. Pray and spray.
Sorry, you didnt refute my points.