matters, dumbass. It's what you can DO that matters.If all you practice is bullseye, you will NEVER be fast at the draw. If all you practice is open wear draws, you will NEVER be fast at ccw draw. If all you practice is slowfire, you will NEVER master rapidfire. If you never shoot with the weak hand, you will NEVER be good at it. If you never practice with the flashlight, you will NEVER swiftly combine the light and the shooting. If you never practice the speed reload or tactical reload, you will never be good at those moves, either. If you never practice on a mover, you can't hit one with any reliability. If you never practice shootig while moving, ditto. If you never practice going prone, or supine or using cover, guess what? So it has to be PERFECT practice to make you perfect. Otherwise, you can log a millon hours at the range, and you will just be another D class shottist, like garnad and Bartley.