I'm gonna raise some hackles here with this comment.
I don't do malfunctions drills any more. Twice I was practicing for a match, drew my locked and cocked Gold Cup and instead of firing, I racked the slide doing a malfunction drill.
I had practiced is to much it got ingrained. That's why I like revolvers, The malfunction drill for a revolver is to pull the trigger again. Heck you're gonna do that anyway.
Not saying malfunction drills are bad, but be careful. You fight like you train. You don't want to be doing un-necessary malfunction drills to the point its ingrained.
CPT USAR Ret
USAMU Sniper School Oct '78
Distinguished Rifle Badge 1071