I once read something to the effect of "across the room accuracy". Made sense to me. While target accuracy is nice, other than true junk, I'd think most handguns qualify as acceptable accuracy at defensive gunfighting distances. I rate absolute reliability MUCH higher than pure accuracy in a carry weapon.darkhollowarcher said:What do you consider acceptable accuracy ,
A lot. Not a whole bunch in any one session, but it gets fired regularly, and lots of drawing, presenting, dry firing practice.and how much do you practice with your concealed carry weapon.
Collar bone to sternum & nipple-to-nipple.darkhollowarcher said:What do you consider acceptable accuracy
Not enough. I try to take a self-defense class about every-other year. I get to the range about once every three moonths. Except, just prior to hunting season, where it becomes a twice monthly routine. Additionally, I do a routine of drawing and targeting and dry-fires every few weeks., and how much do you practice with your concealed carry weapon.
It's always murder, but the key is were you justified?fjp110 said:...any more then 10 yards is murder
Not saying that I disagree with you, but if law enforcement officers had to meet that 6" at 10 yards standard, about 75% of them would be in a remedial marksmanship class.duckman76 said:Just my opinion but if you are going to carry concealled then you should have to go to a clinic and prove your shooting skills. If you can not put every shot inside a 6" group at 10 yards then you have no business carrying something like that. That is not a difficult task to accomplish. It would require people to get out and become familar with their firearms.