I love these knuckleheads. And not just because Erika has the same first name as the ultimate Baywatch babe. Or that Cory . . . uh . . . knows what he’s talking about. Except, like all of us, when he doesn’t. And yes, I’m going to take exception here. Because I reckon self-defense training is all about shooting out of your comfort zone. Shooting to the point of [non-safety-related] failure. In other words, why train at something you’re good at? If you’re getting nice tight groups, you’re not shooting fast enough. If your groups are all over the place, excellent! Slow down and practice that thing at which you suck. Then, if you’re getting nice tight groups, shoot faster! Add movement! Shoot with your support hand! Do something until you suck again. By the same token, when you start training, go, go, go! Do you think you’ll get a warm-up before a defensive gun use? Well exactly. Shoot “cold” then slow down. Wash, rinse, repeat.