Very, very interesting inputs and thoughts on this subject.

More I read (and think about) more I am - for the counting shots.

I just don't see how it could hurt me. Especially I don't see how it could hurt me if it's a SECOND NATURE to me ?

If I start practicing counting every time I am at the range, who's to say I am NOT going to count in real life situation with high adrenaline running ? Bang one is Bang one. Bang two is bang two. Adrenaline or not.

Maybe I am wrong, but after all, this is just counting. It is NOT talking on the cell phone, it is NOT thinking of anything else. It's just counting. Distraction ? I am not sure. If I walk and chew on the gum am I distracted ? If I walk and chew gum am I going to stop chewing gum in high adrenaline situation ? Can I handle high adrenaline situation while chewing the gum in the same time ? What if I have to run and chew the gum ? Am I going to stop chewing ?

I see the point of reloading on the move, but what if I have half magazine left ? Why dump all that ammo ? And this is where counting come to place.

Again, we are talking just counting. We are not talking doing some mathematical equations while shooting in high stress situations.

I will definitely start counting at the range, with this on my mind :

After thousands of the shots (counts) at the range, good chance is that in high stress situation I will not (all of a sudden) forget how to count.

Again - very interesting inputs.