Consistency and repetition are the keys to building on-demand skills.
Your comfort level with your gun is readily apparent to everyone around you.
Knowing when to "trust your gut" is important when seconds matter and lives are on the line.
While marksmanship is a lofty goal, it is only one part of the personal defense objective.
Someone once said that good gear will not make up for poor tactics, but good tactics will make up for poor gear.
There is no such thing as a typical gunfight.
Keeping your head in the game is better for your safety than buying the latest gear.
Going to the range and pressing the trigger is only the beginning of armed self-defense. Creating a combat mindset requires no trigger time at all.
There is no such thing as multi-tasking. Only one task at a time, done as quickly as possible.
Having the ability to stay calm when trouble shows up takes time, effort and training.