Was the draw .5 seconds? Or did he have his hand on the gun? Did he have his hands in the surrender position? Were his shots .21 or .25 apart? Isn't this a little silly? Who would go into a gunfight with his or her hands raised above their head? Someone who want's to get dead, that's who. Every situation is different, every one. I have not shot anyone for over thirty years, and that was wartime. I have been in shooting situations very rarely, as any honest LEO will tell you. I have been in the dry mouth, sweating, times when you count on your firearm, be it a Glock, Colt, SIG, Beretta, 9MM, .45 .357, or whatever to save your a**. Luckily for me it never came down to having to shoot someone. This does not mean I'm saying don't train. Far from it. Train, Train, TRAIN. BUT, remember what you are training for. To protect your life and the lives of the people you care about, not to get .19 "splits", or ringing gongs at 21 feet. In a fight for real, I'll try to have an AR-15, (not 10" barrel) or a 12 Gauge. In a surprise, (some warning) encounter, you betcha my gun is going to be in my HAND, not in my holster.