He watched his muzzle, timed his shots, and advanced to fill space to avoid hitting the women milling about. And he immediately looked around after they got out the door to assess the situation. I also noticed he properly indexed his trigger finger on the frame, as if by training, after he stopped shooting, until he looked at his pistol, then, for some reason, he placed his finger back on the trigger.
He appeared to be point shooting to increasing degrees as the range decreased- just an observation, not a criticism.
Caliber used was a .380, in this case, the gun he had was better than the gun he didn't.
Fear the old dude in white tennis socks.