Hello again everyone. I recently added a Diamondback DB380 to my firearms collection.The DB does not have a last round hold-open. This lead to me wonder... Do you keep a mental count of how many rounds you have left if your firearm while at the range? Its OK, according to the manufacturer, to dry-fire this gun, but in a training environment it seems to me that knowing how many rounds you have left in the gun is important. If we will preform as we train, it makes logical sense. I had never considered the possible merits of round counting before this as I would just wait for a slide to lock back. However, now I can see where this could be valuable. So, do you round count? No? Do you have a reason for either or? I know I will be. Thanks in advance.