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I know it's not a teaching technique (is it?) but I think it should be taught for close range, like 7 yards or so. In our (GA) qualification it's kinda taught at 3 yards, but just about every shooter uses that range and time to improve their score.
Jelly Brice shot without aiming, I've read, and did so very well. He would crouch and shoot from about thigh level. We can't all be Jelly Brice, but for strictly protection it might be helpful to emphasize quick, unaimed but directed shooting up close. I realize trainers have to train to the lowest level of experience in say, a Basic Firearms course where you don't get to cherry pick your students.
Concealed carry is for protection, open carry is for attention.