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American Handgunner Jul/Aug 2010 - Page 8
SPEAKOUT ACCURACY YOUR FORUM TO PONTIFICATE, PONDER AND PROBE Ijustfinishedreadinganarticleaboutaccuracy(“OnAccuracy,” the Insider, March/April2010).Ifyouwill please,tellRoy“thankyou.”IagreewithMr.Huntington’stake,andIgetalittlewearyreadinggunreviews andtheover-concentrationonjusthowtightagrouptheguncanproduce.Roy’seasytoread,refreshing attitudehelpspeoplelikemekeepfocusonwhat’sactuallyimportant. DickGilbert Columbia,TN And … more, and worrying less! You guys are Well hell, it’s about time somebody never afraid to go against the current! just came out and said it, and Roy did. Joseph Carber His Insider, on just how much accuVia e-mail racy do we really need, really helps to ground all of us. I’ve gotten caught up That one struck a chord, Joe. It seems in the, “But mine shoots 1.75" and I many of us get distracted with the minutia want it to be able to shoot 1.5"!” rat and forget we shoot for fun (mostly). If race; Roy’s article was like a bucket of your quest for accuracy is a hobby, or cold water over my head. Now, maybe goes with an accurate single shot pistol PACT_postxmas_09_fixed.pdf 12/16/08 9:04:18 AM I can concentrate on enjoying shooting for hunting, go for it. But if you have a commonly carried model handgun you use for personal protection, worry more about getting some training and learning to “run” the gun — and forget about “hair-splitting” accuracy quests. That’s not what it’s about. RH Jazzed On J-Frames Your article, by Massad Ayoob, on the J-frame S&W (“J! S&W’s Most Popular 8 WWW.AMERICANHANDGUNNER.COM • JULY/AUGUST2010