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It has often been reported that the defensive (or indeed, offensive) handgun shooting technique referred to as the double tap is widely misunderstood. This is understandable from a pistol shooting training point of view, since executing the effective double tap is considerably more difficult that just pulling the trigger twice. The technique done properly and[.....]

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