In the video below, actor Garret Dillahunt shoots targets, targets and more targets. And why not? There are dozens of em! My problem . . .
Where are the “no shoot” targets?
It’s all well and good to be able to hit targets quickly and efficiently and move from target to target and shoot from behind cover and concealment and move and shoot and stuff. Especially if you’re an actor trying to out-badass Keanu Reeves.
Here in the real world, armed self-defense requires judgement.
You need to know when to shoot and when (and who) NOT to shoot. Do you practice that kind of shooting/not shooting? Or is it all about speed, watching eyes and ringing steel?