live fire enviroment.

Testing in the laboratory is a good start. Once its solid there, then you test it under field conditions. Then you get someone else to test it; if it can survive that, then you’re ready to deploy it.

Remember the key to success is being able to recognize when you’re completely unprepared and having the fortitude to go for it anyways.

Having a wide ranging skill set and the right tools is far less stressful though.

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