I went and shot a local USPSA fun match this weekend, and I was kind of shocked at the number of shooters who could not keep their hands off their guns when not shooting. I am not exaggerating when I say about 1/3 of the shooters in my group rested their hands on their guns between shoots. A few of them were holding their gun more than not, basically then never let it go. I come from a background where I was on a hot range most of the time, and I CCW, and it was all I could do to not comment to those who did this that it really is a form of a safety offense to walk around with your hand on your gun. I know its a cold range, but they are/have developed a habit that would get them booted off a hot range ASAP. I can say it made me feel uneasy seeing someone basically ready to draw at all times. Many also seem to have a bad habit of in the middle of the crowd, grabbing their gun and doing a mock draw, not actually pulling the gun from the holster but getting a full grip and releasing it and finishing the draw. This is begging for a brain fart and an actual draw to take place.... I am interested in how the evolution of this habit has become acceptable, I would have thought that it would be frowned upon.