When to Draw a Firearm vs. When to Shoot

I have written a new publication on When to Draw a Firearm vs. When to Shoot. Please read it, download it, and pass it along.  If you have any thoughts, please let me know.

“…your drill results showed that you were not able to draw
and fire until after the attacker had covered a total distance of 29 feet. This combined result indicates that the preponderance of the evidence criteria
(when to draw) is met for you at some point BEYOND AND IN EXCESS OF 29 feet. Yes, some distance beyond the total 29 feet is needed for your
“preponderance of the evidence standard” so that you are not merely
firing as you are simultaneously being stabbed.”…

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