At the range, there were some young people who obviously were trained. Pull the firearm out, excellent hits on target, looking both ways to see if all "aggressors" were neutralized, reholster. Yep, fine shooting on their part, but there were a couple of problems with their gun handling skills. 1. Pulling the firearm from the holster was okay, but on reholstering, they used the non-dominant hand to "verify" where the holster was on their belts, and promptly "swept" the muzzle over the non-dominant hand holding the holster (with loaded weapons and finger on trigger). 2. Dropping slides on empty chambers, or putting one "in the tube" and letting the extractor try to go over the rim of the casing, and other non-recommended moves. When I explained what they were doing incorrect, they responded that was how they were trained. Paying big bucks for training does not mean you are getting quality training in all cases.