First of all, the incident with Wolf is a good partial illustration of the advantages of concealed carry, even if the aggressor has his gun out, cocked and aimed.
I seriously suggest an exercise with a friend, and not with guns at all. (I like to use cap guns, because the pop really drives the point home.)
The idea is to “role play” a mugging. Importantly, the friend needs to be emotional enough to *imagine* that he is trying to mug you on an open city street. Acting is involved.
His priorities: He is scared, too. He wants money, not to shoot you. He does not want to be seen or captured. As soon as he is done he wants to flee. His attention is in several directions.
Your priorities: You want to draw your gun, while making sure it will fire, then you want to cap him. He does not know you have a gun.
What you want is an opening. At *any* time you get one, even when he is leaving, you can take it.
This is not an idle exercise, but teaches some very key points about the value of cc in a gunfight. And the dynamics of gunfights are so telling that the Nobel physicist Niels Bohr had his students performing timed gunfights, and reached some interesting conclusions.
Importantly, this lesson is even getting through to the criminals these days, because many more armed robberies are now beginning with “sucker punches” with fist or blunt object like a baseball bat, to disable the victim first, just in case he is armed.
So situational awareness is just as important as having a gun.
Try practicing with air soft of the same model you carry. One of those little pellets is a great reminder of how you blew it. WEAR SAFETY GLASSES!!!