The main reason you can't shot a handgun accurately

Hanshi

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Practice, regular practice, is mandatory as is determination and attitude. Back when I could see a pistol sight I was a master class shot and taught this skill at the police academy. But I've always loved guns and loved shooting them. Interest and firearm familiarity are necessary to become a good shot. Women were much easier to teach because they LISTENED and followed direction. But one does have to at least like guns and and not be afraid of them.
 

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But one does have to at least like guns and and not be afraid of them.
I'm not sure that one needs to like guns in order to not be afraid of them. There are a lot of tools that I use that I don't feel one way or the other about (no attachments), but I still use them.

(But yeah, I get that disliking them is not necessarily a path to mastery.)
 

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I'm not sure that one needs to like guns in order to not be afraid of them. There are a lot of tools that I use that I don't feel one way or the other about (no attachments), but I still use them.

(But yeah, I get that disliking them is not necessarily a path to mastery.)
Agreed.
 
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