I was watching self defense TV or some such thing the other day and one of the instructors was showing how you can often put two rounds into two targets and it often adds around .10 seconds to the split time, meaning if you take the time to hit the first guy twice you really aren't giving the second guy much more time to react. This also plays into the natural instinct to engage a threat until it is obviously eliminated.
I bet anyone good with a PS90 could put three rounds into the first target then engage a second one and have a split time similar to a person firing two rounds with a 9mm pistol. If any thing would prevent the speed needed to do this it would just be the lousy length of the trigger pull.... it's terrible for a semi auto weapon, but would be fine for it's original use in a full auto weapon.
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