The emphasis of this drill is movement. Draw and fire 2. Move forward to the second position and shoot 2. Move to position three and shoot 2. Move back to position one and shoot 2. Ideally that is a total of 8 rounds.
Works perfectly for your stack 1911s. The range of position one is roughly 10 yards. However in this video I am a little beyond that. Doesn’t really matter.
What is important is the movement and the hits measured with a timer. That first time will be your par to beat. You are drawing, engaging, moving, re-engaging, etc. This is a simple drill, but if you look at it objectively, there is quite a bit going on.
Pro-tip: If you want to up your game from the jump at position one? Start the drill with your head looking away from the target array; only turning to engage after the beep.
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