I just finished watching "Going Postal: 15 Most Shocking Acts of Violence" on E! It was about mass shootings in schools, malls, cafeterias, and the like. That really got me thinking, if I'm in any of those situations, my little .32 is not equipped to hit a threat in those possible distances. I mean, I train (and shoot very often) at 15 feet. That's the longest I have ever shot my .32. In these scenarios, the threat is often across a cafeteria restaurant or down the hall of schools and malls. These distances likely exceed 15 feet, and by a larger distance.
Does anyone feel comfortable shooting in these situations with their CCW? How often do you practice with your CCW at distance greater than what is considered the norm for self-defense situations? Any other questions or comments? Lets discuss this.