Apr 13, 2017
I hear a lot of excuses from people about why competitive shooting is bad, or why they won't/don't shoot it, etc. (Actually, I think I hear them less and less because people don't want me to talk about them on the podcast) but anyways...
A lot of the excuses I hear are just silly, and a while back I received a bunch of them from the same person:
When criticizing practical shooting, I think you need to ask yourself what is lost when these things are implemented? What's lost by having people walk around with unloaded guns? What's lost by verifying the guns are unloaded? What's lost by implementing the 180* rule?