Elsewhere on the internets, a discussion was ongoing regarding the proper time to disengage the thumb safety of a weapon.
This, of course, causes a lamp to illuminate somewhere at Warrior HQ on the internets and, constant as the northern star, a Suarez nuthugger shows up to rant and rave about "the dance of the range queen" and how "fine motor control" goes away in a gunfight and yadda-yadda, yackety-schmackety...
The next time one of these zombies gets its string pulled when you're in the room, point out to it that "Fine Motor Control" is anything that happens within one limb. If they really lost fine motor control, they wouldn't be able to hold the gun. Also, if safeties and slide releases use such fine motor control that you can't possibly operate them under stress, then how do they propose you work the trigger and magazine release? Head-butting?
Do these people think before they type, or do they just mindlessly repeat what they've been told?