Do range 'safety rules' hamper defensive shooter training? For example, no more than one shot every five seconds, targets no closer than fifteen yards, no drawing from the holster, no moving while shooting, etc. I think these rules which hamper effective defensive shooting, are more for PR than than they are for safety, (don't make the soccer moms mad) but if you violate them, they can throw you out. The image of the shooting sports is what they sell to the public, in large part, to placate the previously-mentioned soccer moms, but sport has little to do with shooting for survival. That's a very major advantage to owning your own range. I can shoot as rapidly as I please, targets are as close as I care to have them, I draw from the holster, and I can move about to my heart's content while shooting. None of these are possible at many ranges. What say the learned folks at OSA?