One of the worst restrictions we may have to operate under, due to indoor shooting range rules, is one that limits our pace of fire. Delivering a rapid, multiple-shot string of fire to the high center chest area at distances of nine to 15 feet is what we will most likely need to do in a defensive encounter. If we can’t fire more than one round per second at a range, we can still practice for this scenario. Here’s how.
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