How you decide what you decide, is your opinion, all I ask is you think about it. Most of the time people use what they train at. So with that in mind the last time you went to a gun range, did you ever think about how you are standing and shooting.
You may want to think about getting down behind something and shooting over or around it.
Have you ever thought about if you had to use the weapon in your home, what the distance you would have to fire is. In most homes not very far, so you may want to have an idea of what that distance is and practice at something around that distance,
Do you know what the size of your doorways are? That normally is just slightly wider than the man shaped target you are shooting at. Good frame of thought when practicing, the aggressor showing up in the door frame. You situated behind something in your room, shooting over or around it.
You can practice removing your weapon from a holster, but when you get home practice getting it out of your night stand, or where ever you have it. By the time you are going to shoot it should already be in your hand, with extra loads nearby and your cell phone already dialed into 911 and they are listening as well. (this by the way tends to hurry the Police response)
Ok, with all that in mind, what are you going to do in your home?
By the way in your home is your position to shoot, going to put other family members in danger. Not as big a point as you would think, but if you had options, not shooting with the Children's rooms in the line of fire, would be one to think about.
There are a lot more things to think about, if you need more info, please call CTI or email us, we would be glad to help.