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Disabled Shooters

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Being a disabled CCw holder I was curious to see how many others might also be disabled and be in the central Fl area.
If there are any and would like to talk about Techniques that they have found that work for them or that may need help,why not get together and help one another out.Hit each other up if your interested
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Excellent topic! I'm sure there are many of us here who could use specific tips or hints to cope with certain limitations we may have. For example, I wear glasses. Should I have to get up in the middle of the night to an intruder, there might not be time to grab both firearm AND glasses. I'm not totally blind without them, but, my vison is blurry enough without them that I'd likely have trouble getting the sights aligned properly, particularly in low light, even with the night sights I have. I have a flashlight, but, in the end, I want to be able to deal with a low light encounter without it...just in case. I don't want my families safety to rely on something that could burn out, have dead batteries or be dropped/lost in that critical moment. :thumsup

One of those things that worry me at times. I keep my glasses beside the bed, and I have no less than two spares I can get my hands on in various parts of the house, but, in a SHTF scenario, there just may not be the time for them.
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