Originally Posted by W*GS
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.
In my case it does. We try to manufacture as much stress as we can, whether it's low light drills in the shoot house, or your run of the mill shoot and move IDPA matches. Manufacturing stress is a key component to our training.