I’ve probably said something along these lines myself in the past, and I do tend to agree at a fundamental level this is true. BUT... Decades of qualifications and analytics have proven that, on average, folks can adapt to rapid, controlled fire with a semi-auto at higher proficiency than a double action revolver. So the statement isn’t applicable. We’re not talking about 12 shots sprayed all over hell and gone, we’re talking about a slightly less powerful round with faster follow up and more precise placement versus a slightly more powerful platform with less precise placement. Guys like Jerry Miculek and @MaxP and @CraigC can do things with a revolver that I envy, even as a lifelong “revolver guy” myself. But many of those fantastical feats we see on YouTube or elsewhere as evidence of what CAN be done with a revolver are exceptionally difficult to recreate for any but a select, elite few. Alternatively, similar splits and precision can be delivered by any average action pistol shooter in the country, thousands of guys, if not tens of thousands. I shoot a 454 and 475linebaugh more often than I expect most handgunners, and I’d expect there are probably only maybe 5-10% of us big bore handgunners who shoot as much as I do, and among handgunners, big bore/super magnum guys are likely only 5-10% of all handgunners... being FAST and accurate with a handgun isn’t so uncommon, being fast and accurate with a powerful double action revolver isn’t so common.