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Old 07-10-2013, 8:00 AM
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Exactly. It is therefore important that one chooses a caliber one can handle...especially SHO. Don't get caught up in caliber and pick one you can shoot well.

Originally Posted by ramzar View Post
In a "gunfight" most default to Strong Hand Only (SHO) so it pays to practice it frequently and also from the draw.
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