at 10 yds, with comped 38 Super 1911, 20 odd years ago. that means he could do same at 5 yds, with alloy frame, no compensator (and same level of recoil type loads) Make's Miculek's .14 second look a bit slow, eh? 9 hits per second, as versus 7 hits per second. However, miculek proved his .14 second was an AVERAGE, and SUSTAINABLE, not just for 2 shots, but for 8. The top 1911 guys tend to do little, if any, better than that. Having a trigger stop, to remove all overtravel, once the sear releases the hammer, is a big help to repeat hit speed, and it also helps limit how much a flinch causes you to miss.