A great read Brownie! You have a uncanny ability to get your point across and tying together your thoughts on training.Hope everyone liked the article on Mr. Bryce. There are gems of wisdom in the previous three posts if people look hard enough where staying alive with a firearm is concerned. It takes commitment to develop the skills and be able to "run the gun" subconsciously. It takes an understanding of the importance of developing the eye/hand coordination [ the proprioceptors ] that allow a person to react, hit what they are looking at without looking at the gun, and do it with speed instinctively.
I wonder how many members here actually take the time to push their draw stroke practice to a level beyond what they believe possible? How many choose their holster selections based on it's ability to help them reduce their draw stroke to first COM shot instead of choosing a holster that hinders their physical potential? Re-read the article again, perhaps it will get some to consider how they carry more carefully in the future.