You had me at warm up & cool down.
Whenever I first start shooting, I’m pretty accurate. After a few boxes of ammo, I can see my accuracy degrade. I don’t need a new drill to tell me that, although I can see the value in quantifying the affect fatigue has on my accuracy. As we’ve said before, it’s important to know when to not take a shot!
I usually go shoot 100-200 rounds at least one day a week after work. I figured, if I were ever to have to use my firearm, with my luck, it’d be after a long day when my hands and arms no longer want to be attached to my body. It’s important to know when to not shoot, but if the moment ever comes where you draw your firearm, by drawing, you’ve recognized that there is no other option. IMO it’s important to know how you will perform fatigued, and improve apon that.
Unfortunately no, but I did about a round per second. Some were faster and some were longer, but I counted out the seconds the best I could. I was around 30 seconds, assuming my counting was accurate. Obviously we can’t count that one miss or any of the line hits as misses, so with a little highschool algebra, I did the drill in X=5.27439 seconds
I probably didn’t approach it wise strategically…I tried to work going down the sheet against any muzzle rise instead of up the sheet using muzzle rise to my advantage. I made several copies, and enjoyed the challenge, so I’ll probably keep doing this one.
Shooter Rick. We seem to be throwing everything but rounds I joined the NRA , so I can get my level 1 BAGE I live where the USCCA dose not have a range and I just would love to get my very first level 1 , BAGE. I have taken all TEWENTY EAGHT COURSES AND WATCHED EVERY VIDEO ON THE PROTECTORS ACADEMIES APP SO SOME ONE AT A RANGE THAT I NEVER MET IS GOING TO VERIFY THAT I CAN PUT FIFTY ROUNDS IN A TEN ENCH TARGET WITH EATHER HAND and i will be HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY to be an elite member and to have nothing to show for it DOES NOT MAKE ME LOOK GOOD LET ALONE THE USCCA all the ranges are N,RA, buddy’s. So now I’m a member of them as well. I have been training I have practiced at the red river and fired a thousand rounds a month so I can get ready to get my very first level one BAGE I got my motorcycle licenses EAZY thanks Bobby Jean . Still in the shadows AMAN