Dual Wielding Lesson I:
1. Use optics if at all possible. If you have gone full retard and intend to shoot with a different weapon in both hands, improving the chances of actually hitting what you aim at is a necessity.
2. Have a helicopter gunship as a backup. Close Air Support is an integral part of what Major General Robert H. Scales (Ret), all around stud and author, called the Operational Offensive-Tactical Defensive scheme of warfighting. If you haven't read any of his books, you shouldn't be fighting in a war at all (at least in a leadership position) and you damn sure should know better than to dual-wield.
That is your tactical tip for today. Carry on.
Mad Duo Clear
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