I have practiced drawing from my holster(s) and have thought about different scenarios numerous times. I'm reasonably confident in my abilities while keeping in mind you never know for sure how you'll react in a bad situation. This morning as I woke up I thought, " I have never practiced drawing from my bed holster". So, knowing I was the only one home (and keeping my finger off the trigger) I drew my gun, pointed it at the door to the bedroom, and WHAM! It hits me. I can't see ****. Son of a gun. How did I miss this? I wear contacts and without them everything is blurry. VERY BLURRY. I can see object and contrasting color but no detail at all. Best way to explain it is if I saw a light skinned man with a beard, because of the contrasting color, I would notice the beard. If I saw a very dark skinned man with a beard I probably wouldn't be able to tell he had a beard because there isn't enough contrast in color. I'd be able to see the person and determined the middle of his chest but now I'm wondering about aiming. Guess I'll go to my local gun shop today and price lasers for my bedside gun. What do other visually challenged people do? Boy, talk about feeling like a total idiot.