a timer, and PUSH for real speed of draw and real speed at raising gun and hitting, pivot and hit, traverse, and hit. keep a notebook. Can be done in bad weather, indoors, at night, etc. Then you will KNOW what to push for with live ammo at the range, ya see. Better a blood blister on your leg than a leg shattered from a "real" bullet, after all. better to HIT, even with "just" wax, than KID yourself that high speed drysnaps are "hitting". Find OUT. get the timer, and quit KIDDING yourself about how "fast" you are. You AINT fast, not without a timer and a lot of studied effort at GETTING that way.