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Old 11-16-2020, 02:55 PM   #1
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https://www.outdoorchannel.com/show/shooting-gallery/videos/1630/331001

if the range was 6 ft 3 pins and ccw only, this would be a good test. the knock it off the table (not maybe roll off) zone meaures at most 3" x6" Then it could be done in the 1.5 seconds that you might get in which to save yourself. Just STANDING there, with multiple people shooting at you, for 4+ seconds, is a stupid thing to teach yourself to do. 26 ft of range is like 25m on the kill zone of a man and 35m just somewhere on the torso. That's too far away. So the pins are too small for 26 ft of distance. I realize that it's done to protect the shooters from fragments, but it makes the entire thing bad training.
 
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Old 11-16-2020, 03:01 PM   #2
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it needs to be done at 15 ft, with the 10" shoot-thru "self-healing disks. That would make it realistic, if you just had 3 targets, assuming that you started first and they didn't have there guns pointed at you. Then you'll have already killed one of them before they realize what's up. Watching their buddy be shot down is highly likely to make them miss you. #2 is going to get off 1-2 shots, number 3 is going to get of 3-4 shots. You'll probably be hit, but the hits might not be fatal, IF you kill them all and they can't finish you off.

Starting at the 45 degree angle, both hands on the gun, hitting 5 of the disks can be done in a 1.5 seconds, which is what you'd really need to do it in, in order to have a decent chance of surviving such a thing. you'd have to get lead into at least 3 of them before they could fire a shot, and you'll still get2-3 wild rds fired at you.

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