This brings to mind the dude who got shot over having an air freshener hanging from his mirror. The police officer who shot him claimed to have thought she grabbed her taser. Which, in and of itself over the supposed offense in front of her is questionable, BUT. . . how much of her reaction was muscle memory from drills and training exercises where the important thing was the ability to quickly draw and aim your weapon? I know if I've practiced a run that lands on the twenty second fret a few hundred times, I don't suddenly grab the 20th during performance. If she drilled grabbing her gun over and over, and kept her taser in a holster or pocket within say, an inch or two of her weapon, that seems destined to lead to bad things in critical moments. Just one of those thoughts I've had running in my head over the past week or so.