Originally Posted by jhat01
Lives may have been saved, I agree. Many, and I would venture to say, most of us with CCWs take the time to learn and more importantly maintain the skillset required for that responsibility.
Does that include practice with realistic scenarios?
It's one thing to shoot at a paper target at the range. It's another to take out a shooter, in a dimly-lit environment that's in a state of chaos.
You cannot perfect what do you not practice.