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I was working on some targets for a drill I made up a few years ago
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The 5 shot drill was devised for J frames, but can be shot with any gun that holds at least 5 rounds.
The center, Black circle is 6”. There is also a red and a blue 5” circle as well as a red and a blue 4” circle. We shoot this at 12-15 feet. When ready, the non shooter yells “Threat” which is the signal for the shooter to draw his weapon. While he is drawing, the non shooter then calls either Red or Blue. The shooter engages the center circle with 2 shots, then the correct colored 5” circle with 2 shots, and the matching 4” circle with 1 shot. (any order is ok)
For variation you could start at the low, ready position or even with the gun laying in front of you on a table or counter
 

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Cylinder closed. Empty cylinder.

Find out how good you are with SPEED STRIPS! LOL

Always a good time!
 

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There are a couple of drills / target games you might enjoy.

One is called "Dot Torture" and it's a competitive event with a friend if you want it that way. Double action or single action versions.


The other extends the targets you made to include colors, letters and shapes. A caller randomly calls the intended target by one of the three identifiers. There is a variation AKA "Casino Drill"


 

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I make another with 2 circles, 2 squares and 2 triangles. I use 3 colors, so 2 of the shapes are red, 2 are blue and 2 are white. The "Caller" can call for shots to be on RED for example and that might be a square and a circle, or he can call a shape.
 
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