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breamfisher wrote: »
Personally, I think that carrying in the same place is more crucial than the mechanics of the handgun. No personal data, but just some anecdotal evidence I've read. So it could be confirmation bias.
41magnut wrote: »
...During the 12 years that I had this particular firearm, I fired approximately 22,000 rounds (20,000 I can document, quit keeping accurate records after that number), wore out three holsters, (the snaps actually), broke a firing pin, and a hammer strut.
bisley wrote: »
I did a little math on that to get a comparison to the way I used to practice. That is about 150 rounds per month, which is probably comparable with what I did for about a year, when I first started carrying concealed.
So, I calculate that you are now approximately 12 times as good as I am, because I have backslidden horribly since then.
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