Bullseye 1000

designed by Tom Jones

Range: 25yd
Target: NRA B-16 and NRA B-8
Start position: freestyle
Rounds fired: 100

The Bullseye 1000 (aka BE1000) was developed by Tom Jones as a comprehensive marksmanship evaluation to track progress during his 365 Days of Training.

NRA B-16 targets are used for Slow Fire segments; alternatively, the shooter may choose to use B-6 targets at a range of 50yd.

NRA B-8 targets are used for the Timed Fire and Rapid Fire segments.

  • Slow Fire Match
    • 10 rounds Slow Fire (10 minutes) — freestyle
    • 10 rounds Slow Fire (10 minutes) — strong hand only
    • 10 rounds Slow Fire (10 minutes) — weak hand only
  • National Match Course
    • 10 rounds Slow Fire (10 minutes) — freestyle
    • 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — freestyle
    • (repeat) 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — freestyle
    • 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — freestyle
    • (repeat) 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — freestyle
  • Timed Fire Match
    • 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — freestyle
    • (repeat) 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — freestyle
    • 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — strong hand only
    • 5 rounds Timed Fire (20 seconds) — weak hand only
  • Rapid Fire Match
    • 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — freestyle
    • (repeat) 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — freestyle
    • 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — strong hand only
    • 5 rounds Rapid Fire (10 seconds) — weak hand only

For more information about the BE1000, you can read Tom Jones’ journal entry.

Training with firearms is an inherently dangerous activity. Be sure to follow all safety protocols when using firearms or practicing these drills. These drills are provided for information purposes only. Use at your own risk.