It’s easy enough to shoot well when you shoot slowly. Depending on the distance, a competent shooter should be able to put a few bullets through the same hole, or at least group them tighter than the Persuaders (the singing group, not Tony Curtis and Roger Moore). If we’re talking about self-defense shooting, time is of the essence. Sure, you want to maintain accuracy; missing the target doesn’t do much of anything in terms of conflict resolution. But given the fact that even a shot straight through the perp’s heart leaves them time to kill you, you really want to get on with their bleeding out process ASAP. So . . . when you practice, how fast are your strings? And just for fun, how many bullets at a time? Do you practice your draw?