I'm not opening a discussion on motivations or reasons, I'm just curious if anyone has changed anything relating to their self defense routine, regimen, practice, firearm selection, etc. recently. I'll lead off. Three years ago I moved to a new town that I consider to have less crime than my previous residence. As a result I stopped carrying my larger, primary carry gun and aside from donning my .357 for the occasional walk in the woods started carrying just a pocket .380. For a variety of reasons I went almost two years without firing a single practice round. Recently I purchased a larger (compact) carry pistol and after running 600 "proving" rounds through it have begun carrying that in addition to the pocket .380. I have been making regular trips to the range and have been working on increasing my accuracy and reducing my target acquisition times and follow up shot times. When practicing at the range I almost always let my empty magazines drop without catching them and reload by drawing a fresh magazine from my mag holster while keeping my pistol up in my line of sight. Basically just getting back in the routine of running my pistol like I would in a fight. What changes have you made?