of Int'l Rapid Fire Course, <font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font><font color=red>*</font>. The 4 sec stage probably FEELS like 2 seconds, to a bozo like you, I'm sure.
1911, using MilPark Targets. I could usually stay in the C zone, using a lw commander, openly worn, or the 1911, concealed, on the 4 second stage, starting from surrender. Try it sometime, it's a VERY revealing stage of firej, if it's done in a realistic manner.
timers have been available for over 20 years now, so anyone with ANY real interest in being a fast shottist would have had one LONG ago. No interest means you AINT fast, cause being fast takes INTELLIGENT, disciplined WORK at attaining real speed.
Timers are not used in Ulypic rapid fire shootimg. The start and stop times are determined by the target turning mechanisim so timers are unnecessary.
By the way, there are no C zones on Olympic rapid fire pistol tarhets. It is odd that you don't know that if you ever really fired the stage.
IPSC is not reality! Since you have only allegedly fired IPSC, you wouldn't know about Olympic or slow fire competition. By the way, I own and use a Speed Timer 3000, which brand are you using gunkid, when you practice?
I told u, dumbass, I fired it on the IPSC target. There's no need to hit men in the heart, so why practice going so slow, or shooting at lots of men with a mere .22 pistol? Big waste of time. Almost no IPSC clubs or practice ranges have the luxury of turning targets, and the latter let you CHEAT, giving you another 1/4 second in which to fire, AS the targets turn.
u don't know your ass from a hole in the ground, old man. Go TRY the 4 sec stage, from the LEATHER with a .45 some time, on the IPSC target and an electronic shooting timer. You'll need 2 full seconds just to get the FIRST hit, leaving you only 2 secs for 4 more traverses and hits.