Military Combat Course was once thought of as a "tough" stage of fire, and under serious match pressure, it's VERY easy to drop 1-2 of the 10 shots out of the 10" A zone. I well remember Ron Lerch, winner of the first Bianchi Cup, being ALL impressed cause I could take 3 seconds and easily get 2 A's on this stage of fire, and I was a new guy, in 1976. I later worked on this stage until 1 second flat sufficed for a C zone or better hit, from surrender and a speed rig, and 2.5 seconds sufficed for 5 such hits, with 3 of them being A's. If you think that such is "easy" go try it sometime. Especially the 1 second draw and hit part.