I have been a gun guy since I started my career in law enforcement. Like many officers that is where I was formally introduced to handguns. I met a fellow officer who was a "gun nut" who I befriended. He taught me a lot and I am a better officer for it. One thing that I didn't learn was H2H skills other than what I learned in the academy. Over the past few years I have been focusing more on H2H skills to up my game. Many of us like to shoot paper but how many of us are serious enough about self defense that we train for all aspects of the fight?
My belief is that we, as self defense practitioner, are more likely we will have to defend ourselves from an unarmed attack than an armed one. Not all attacks warrant the shooting of a bad guy as well all know.
What do you think? Is it important to continue our training for all events likely to happen or just armed ones?