The recent White Settlement Church shooting is one instance where the need for speed of draw to accurate first shot is important . The lack of it cost a very good man his life in that instance. Watching the video of that shooting, the first security team member, had over 3 seconds to draw and fire before he was shot. Had he had a 1.5 sec draw to fire, something not that hard to attain he very well may have lived. He was carrying in such that his clothing hampered his draw, and though it took the shooter over three seconds to react to Mr Whites obviously going for his gun , the slowness of getting his gun into the fight cost mr. White his life. The video is also a good example of how long it can take an attacker with a gun already drawn to react to his victim drawing and firing. Many can only shoot at ranges where drawing is not allowed. But one can practice draw speed at home dry firing. Even a 2 second draw to fire probably would have saved the security team member and the decon shot 2nd their lives. Just something to think about .