10 Rules of A Gun Fight
- Bring a gun! Preferably two or more, all loaded.
- Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice.
- Only hits count.
- If your shooting stance is really good, you are not
moving fast enough or you are not using cover correctly.
- Keep shooting until the threat is neutralized; then stay
sharp until someone with a badge tells you to "freeze".
- If you can choose what to bring to a gunfight, bring a
long gun AND a friend.
- In ten years no one will remember the details of caliber,
stance, or tactics. They will only remember who lived.
- If you are not shooting you should be running or reloading,
- Accuracy is relative: most combat shooting standards
will be more dependent on "pucker factor" than the inherent
accuracy of the gun.
- Someday someone may in fact kill you with your own gun, -
but they had better have to beat you to death with it because
it is empty.