Should that keep them from exercising their right to defend themselves? Some cannot afford to shoot that often either. Does that take away their right to own and carry?
I very seldom get to shoot anymore. I haven't fired my main carry gun in a couple of years. But, I do know how to use it and having it on me will give me the opportunity to defend myself and family.
You can dry fire for free, and practicing drawing from a holster cost you nothing.