It is important to distinguish between the absence of free will and the individual’s lack of self-regulation. While substance abuse and TBI can damage brain regions that determine impulse control and emotional control, the lack of control over oneself should not be considered equal to the lack of free will. In mental disorders that can cause acute psychotic episodes, a person loses self-awareness completely, so they are clearly incompetent to stand trial for their actions. In the context of impulsivity, which can be caused by physical injuries, substance abuse, or personality traits, it is clearly more difficult to regulate behaviour given those factors, but it is not impossible if the individual has enough self-awareness to learn emotional regulation and coping strategies. Therefore, they do not lack “free will,” but they need to invest more time learning self-regulation.
General layout of a MPQ file
In my range work, with three other shooters also on the gun, the PPQ M2 was simply a pleasure to shoot. For me it’s a comfortable pistol to hold, manipulate and shoot. Curiously, this time the white dot sights didn’t interfere with my precision shooting. I usually black them out but didn’t have to this time.