Team Hangout, 12 October 2016


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    I joined lated (like about a month ;)), but my question is, Can you give us a quantitative measure for being a “good” shooter? What I mean is, How do I know when I’m a “good” shooter? Obviously, we can all always get better, is there a standard, a measuring stick, for when I’m good enough for daily survival?

    In the Corps, we through re-cert every year, is something like that sufficient, or should I be striving for a higher standard? And, if so, what is that standard? :flag: