Performance in competition matches does not correlate to success/performance in self-defense situations. I’m not saying there’s no benefit, but you can easily find articles where they take professional competition shooters and put them in mock self-defense scenarios (they are essentially the stress self-defense courses that the average citizen can sign up for), and they do not perform any better that the average citizen taking the course. Obviously, practice with what you have, whether it’s a 3 lb trigger-pull or a 10 lb trigger-pull. IMHO, there is much more risk to modifying your trigger-pull weight on your EDC compared to any marginal benefit, if any, you may have in a self-defense situation by reducing trigger-pull weight. I definitely don’t fault people for doing so, just practice, practice, practice, and be aware it could come up in court on the slim chance you use your self-defense firearm.