before he can hit you with a rifle, are ridiculously poor. If all he's got is a bolt action, you MIGHT be able to move laterally to cover before he can hit you, and then just stop him from outflanking your cover, until you can escape in the darkness. If it's 25m and he's got a shotgun, your odds are even worse. If all he has is a pistol, his chances of hitting you as you move laterally to cover are very low. So much for practicing beyond 10m, on stationary targers, eh? Once they or you get to moving, about all that's likely to happen is a lot of noisy missing, blowing your ears out, making you flinch when you DO have a better shot later. Keep the majority of your pistol practice inside 10 ft, inside of 3 shots. Some can be 10-15 ft, more shots, say 4-5, then 15-20 ft, moving to cover as you do so, Maybe some 30 ft stuff, while using cover, or a light at night. Anything else is a waste of precious range time and ammo. A helluva lot of this can be done with airsoft and.22lr conversion units. Better lots of practice with those and very little with centerfire, than a bit more with centerfire and no practice with the .22 or the airsoft. I seriously doubt that ANYBODY is shooting the 100k rds per year that the top hands used to do., casting their own bullets and reloading their own ammo, cause they can't get primers these days.