I was watching a bunch of Youtube vids from John Correia of Active Self Protection... in one of the vids he opined that he didn't know of a single civilian gunfight where the defender had needed to reload. And so he thought that tactical reload drills (defined as: during a pause in shooting, a defender ejects a partially used magazine into his hand and retains it in a pocket or back in the mag holder) were over-emphasized and that his school taught them in the second part of training, after first concentrating on basic gun handling and SD shooting. He figured dumping a partial mag on the ground was better, since it wouldn't likely be needed to shoot again, and that the time saved to get sights up again was more critical. What I know is that in IDPA, we have emphasis on tactical order, proper use of cover/concealment, and tactical reloads, among other things. Are we barking up the wrong tree? Thoughts?