I would try it.
I am a believer in high quality training whether self defense or otherwise. Most concealed pistol holders won't be going into war but the war will come to them when they least expect it.
The problem with most shooting ranges is that they are not the least bit interactive and they don't provide opportunities to practice realistic self defense shooting. For example, some ranges have rules against fast draw and rapid fire. The shooting is always in a narrow lane toward nonthreatening paper targets.
Any time I can get extraordinary shooting experience, I consider it a good thing.
Gun control...that's when you learn to hit where you aim.