Humbler (700 Point Aggregate)

designed for SFOD-Delta
popularized by
Larry Vickers

Range: 25yd
Target: NRA B-8
Start position: varies
Rounds fired: 70

The Humbler is the nickname for what is otherwise known as the 700 Point Aggregate. As of this writing, no one has ever claimed a perfect 700 on the drill.

The drill uses NRA B-8 bullseye targets at a range of 25 yards. A fresh target is used for each string to minimize scoring errors. Rounds impacting outside the marked scoring zones are zero points.

  • Stage 1: Slow Fire
    • 10 rounds
    • freestyle
    • time limit: ten minutes
  • Stage 2: Timed Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • freestyle from the holster
    • time limit: 20 seconds
    • repeat a second time for total of 10 rounds fired
  • Stage 3: Rapid Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • freestyle from the holster
    • time limit: 10 seconds
    • repeat a second time for total of 10 rounds fired
  • Stage 4: SHO Slow Fire
    • 5 rounds
    • strong hand only
    • time limit: five minutes
  • Stage 5: SHO Timed Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • strong hand only from the holster
    • time limit: 20 seconds
  • Stage 6: SHO Rapid Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • strong hand only from the holster
    • time limit: 10 seconds
  • Stage 7: WHO Slow Fire
    • 5 rounds
    • weak hand only
    • time limit: five minutes
  • Stage 8: Kneeling Slow Fire
    • 5 rounds
    • kneeling freestyle
    • time limit: five minutes
  • Stage 9: Kneeling Timed Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • begin standing, draw and kneel at buzzer
    • time limit: 20 seconds
  • Stage 10: Prone Slow Fire
    • 5 rounds
    • prone freestyle
    • time limit: five minutes
  • Stage 11: Prone Timed Fire from the holster
    • 5 rounds
    • begin standing, draw and go prone at buzzer
    • time limit: 20 seconds

As of this writing, no one has ever claimed a perfect 700 on the drill.

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.