I've noticed repeatedly through not only this fourm, but several others, that many shooters tend to belive that certain things that I've seen done or can do with a handgun are either impossible, or can not be learned by a shooter of average skill level. Shooting on the move is one example, and possibly rapid fire and longer distance(35-50 yds) shooting. I can not consider myself an experinced shooter. I've only been shooting 8 months, and usually fire around a 1000 rounds a month when it's warm enough to shoot outdoors. Yet, I can shoot .2 splits at 7yds(A zone hits) with full power 45 ammo, draw in around a 1.2-.3 from a paddle holster at the same distance, and shoot on the move with resonable confidence. None of these were very hard to learn, it took diligent dryfiring and practice. So what's ya'lls take? Are people really underestimating themselves?