When the Balloon Goes Up has some tips on how to train on public ranges, which often don’t allow draw from holster, or appreciate you getting all IDPA on them. I’m fortunate that my two local commercial ranges, Classic Pistol in Southampton, and Ready Aim Fire in Bristol, both allow shoot from holster. When I go to the range I’m primarily interested in checking that my magazines feed cleanly from full to empty, something I can’t do at my club because of its strange rule limiting shooters to no more than five rounds in a magazine. I’m also interested in timing draw to well aimed fire. For that, there are several timers available for iPhone. Sometimes they don’t work on a crowded range, but often I’ve managed to get the sensitivity high enough it’ll only trip on my own gun.