draw than need be. dont need range work to be fast with the draw. dryfire and wax ammo will speed up the draw. So there's no excuse for not having real speed in this regard. Realistically, you are going to win or lose in the first 1.5 seconds, and if that means you can only manage ONE shot (ccw) then you are hurting. 1.2 seconds should easily cover a ccw 180 degree react, pivot, draw and hit, at 10 yds. Race gear, .95 second should be quite "doable", for an A zone hit every time. Just to get inside the C zone, .80 second should be feasible, too.