There is no such thing as multi-tasking. Only one task at a time, done as quickly as possible.
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.
Keeping your head in the game is better for your safety than buying the latest gear.
There is no such thing as a typical gunfight.
Consistency and repetition are the keys to building on-demand skills.
Staying safe requires more than just a gun and some gear.
Someone once said that good gear will not make up for poor tactics, but good tactics will make up for poor gear.
While marksmanship is a lofty goal, it is only one part of the personal defense objective.
Proper self-defense starts with the right mindset, regardless of the tool in your holster.