Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
If someone is training to fire no matter what every time they draw the gun, that's a huge problem. But, getting on the trigger as soon as the muzzle is pointed at the target can be a valid technique for a faster shot, assuming that shot must be taken. It seems to me that we need to train for scenarios ranging from

  • Fire a shot as fast as humanly possible. See John Correa's numbers, listed in this article.
  • Draw to a ready position, finger off trigger.
Reminded me of the tragic shooting at the Freeway Church of Christ near Fort Worth where a member in the back, close to the suspect, could not get his pistol cleared fast enough and died trying. It is a very sad and painful video to watch.