Like the others Im glad you stopped by. I understand your opinion will not change and I respect that. However, I take exception with your above statement. You see, most of us here train more than the LEOs. We work harder at the pistol craft than they do. We put our selves thru extreme stress and adrenaline induced situations. the pressure you speak off is as new to an officer as it is to a civilian. If you would have practiced getting off the X and throwing your football from a young age, you would be able to throw a pinpoint pass with the Giants D line coming at you.
My point was, is, and will continue to be this. I can stand in a field and throw a football 50 yards. I can put it on target at 50 yards 8 or 9 times out of 10 throws. This isn’t a metaphor I can do this as I have coached and repeat this often. I can tell you unequivocally however that I can’t do this if the entire defensive line of the NY Giants is bearing down on me. It will quickly go from pinpoint accuracy to “duck and chuck”. Pressure changes every game and range scores are irrelevant to real life.
Can I quantify this with statistics? Nope, I can’t but my better judgment and life experience tells me this is so.