Well no I can't quite say I've studied it. I do know a bit about it and have read/watched some interesting arguments presented by Christian Apologetics, however I've never made a habit out of seeking out the claims of that group of thinkers. I'll look at it if I happen to come by it, but it's not a big part of my life in all actuality.
When debate comes I never let myself lose or appear uneducated about what I'm speaking on. That's what I can't stand about people like Rekky, Vendak, Fox, Luck, Pokejungle, Alinthea, and a plethora of others that debate religion and politics without knowing what they're talking about. It not only shows their ignorance on matters of history and truth, but it leaves them wide open for attack and deconstruction. I study everything I can about history, politics, religion and so on. I've memorized every line from the Constitution while some can't even remember the Preamble. I've studied every war in US history, even wars most people have never even heard of. And I make it a habit to actually read the book of my religion I claim to be a part of before attempting to appear as an expert on theology.
I haven't studied Christian Apologetics, no. I do however read what the Bible actually says, study the historical evidence for the events of the Bible, and I do look into arguments of the anti-theists and militant atheists so I know the typical bullet points they use predictably and robotically. When I know what I'm arguing and what the other side is arguing, I can't lose.
The best thing is getting the opposition angry without resorting to attacks. The truth may set you free, but it can also agitate you! XD