Triple Six

This drill was the pistol-training.com Drill of the Week contest winner for June-08 and was the Drill of the Week for 8-Jun-08.

designed by Max Michel, jr of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit
Range: 7yd, 15yd, and 25yd
Target: standard IPSC target
Start position: holstered
Rounds fired: 18

Set up 3 targets [USPSA targets prefered]. There are three strings of fire.

  1. 7 yards – draw and fire 6 rounds [record time] 
  2. 15 yards – draw and fire 6 rounds [record time] 
  3. 25 yards – draw and fire 6 rounds [record time] 

For each hit in the C zone add .20 seconds. 
For each hit in the D zone add .50 seconds. 
For any misses add 1.0 seconds. 
 
Add the three raw times plus any scoring zone penalties.

A good goal to shoot for on this drill with a stock type production/SSP gun would beunder 9.0 seconds after all penalties are added. (editor’s note: Max Michel’s personal best is reported to be 5.5 seconds total!)

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