“I’ve always looked at firearms training as a form of (the) martial arts. In that world, people spend hours perfecting a fighting craft, yet no one thinks they’re nuts. Average people think hand-to-hand combat is a pursuit of accomplishment, rather than preparing to beat up the next dude we see in a Tap-Out t-shirt. Part of reason of the reason why people train with a gun is self-defense, but they also want to be good shooters for the sake of it. Learning to use a gun with extreme proficiency is an art form, and it’s time we start talking about it that way.”
So. Much. This.