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Humbler (700 Point Aggregate)

Humbler (700 Point Aggregate)

Humbler (700 Point Aggregate) Range: 25yd Target: NRA B-8 Start position: Varies Rounds fired: 70   Credit to Pistol Training.com by SFOD-Delta Instructions The Humbler is the nickname for what is otherwise known as the 700 Point Aggregate. As of this writing, no one has ever claimed a perfect 700 on the drill. The drill uses NRA […]

Half & Half

Half & Half

Half & Half Range: 5yd – 20yd Target: IPSC A-zone or IDPA -0 zone Start position: see below Rounds fired: 30 Credit to Pistol Training.com by VTAC Instructions The Half & Half is an easy-to-administer assessment of speed and marksmanship. There are three strings of fire. With each subsequent string, you reduce the distance and […]

Hackathorn 3-Second Head Shot Standards

Hackathorn 3-Second Head Shot Standards

Hackathorn 3-Second Head Shot Standards Range: 5yd Target: three IDPA or IPSC targets Start position: varies (see below) Rounds fired: 9 Credit to Pistol Training.com by Ken Hackathorn Targets are placed at least two feet apart shoulder to shoulder at a range of five yards. PAR time is set to three seconds for each string. There are three strings […]

Frank Garcia’s Dot Drill

Frank Garcia’s Dot Drill

Frank Garcia’s Dot Drill Range:  7yd Target: special (see below) Start position:  varies (see below) Rounds fired: 36   Credit to Pistol Training.com by Frank Garcia Instructions This drill combines a high degree of marksmanship with enough speed to put pressure on almost any shooter. Set your shot timer for a 5 second PAR time. On […]

Hackathorn Standards

Hackathorn Standards

Hackathorn Standards Range: varies (see below) Target: three IPSC (or IDPA) targets spaced 1yd apart at heights (from left to right) of 5′, 6′, 4′. Start position: varies Rounds fired: 60 Credit to Pistol Training.com by Ken Hackathorn The Hackathorn Standards have become a mainstay of practical pistol performance evaluation. Designed by Ken Hackathorn in 1993, the “Hack Standards” formed the […]

Extend Prep and Press/Alternating Target Area

Extend Prep and Press/Alternating Target Area

Extend Prep and Press/Alternating Target Area Range: 5yd – 10yd Target: body zone (IPSC A-zone, IDPA -0 zone, 8″ circle, etc.) and head zone (IPSC A-zone, 3×5 card, etc.) Start position: high ready (where hands meet after draw) Rounds fired: 40   Credit to Pistol Training.com by Michael Seeklander Instructions This is a Changing Gears type drill […]

El Presidente

El Presidente

El Presidente Range: 10yd Target: Three IPSC targets spaced 1yd from each other shoulder to shoulder Start position: back to targets, hands above shoulders (“surrender position”), pistol concealed Rounds fired: 12   Credit to Pistol Training.com by Jeff Cooper Instructions At the start signal, turn, then draw and fire two rounds at each of the […]

Dot Torture

Dot Torture

Dot Torture Range: Start at 3 yards + Target: Special (see below) Start position: Varius Rounds fired: 50 Credit to Pistol Training.com by David Blinder at personaldefensetraining.com Instructions This is a great marksmanship drill that came from David Blinder at personaldefensetraining.com. Start at 3 yards. You have to get all 50 hits to pass. Once […]

Circle Drill

Circle Drill

Circle Drill Range: 7yd Target: 8″ Plate Start position: Any Rounds fired: 6   Credit to Pistol Training.com by George Harris, SIGARMS Academy Instructions The Circle Drill is intended to teach students the relationship between speed and accuracy, and how time affects marksmanship fundamentals. The drill begins by firing six rounds at the plate at […]

1 Reload 2 Drill

1 Reload 2 Drill

1 Reload 2 Drill Range: 7yd Target: IDPA Start position: holstered Rounds fired: 3 C.T. bcfirearmsacademy.ca by Jason Couture Instructions Draw and fire 1 round, reload and fire 2.   This drill works all the fundamentals without expending a lot of ammunition. You work on drawing, reloading fast sight acquisition, trigger control and controlled pairs. C.T. […]