There is recently a lot of discussion on movement in self defense situations. Justification generally involves argument it is more important not to be shot than to shoot opponent. Makes sense to a point. But these guys seem to justify their position based on getting into an open field and seeing who makes the most hits with a paintball gun. I understand the trainer does not want to have people break their necks so open area is required. But is this realistic? I realize this forum is designed to supply short answers, so have somewhat specific questions based on your review of many gunfights. How often has for lack of a better term the "terrain" in a gunfight permitted movement and to what degree generally? Also has the "terrain" often permitted movement backwards or in a manner where the person could not see where he is going. As I read about gunfights, it seems most do not allow for much movement and when it does you better look where you are going. In most cases it appears you want to do one or the other - move or shoot - but not both at once.