Originally Posted by Gonzilla
What size tgt are you using ? I'd like to try it. My club's indoor range 25ys and in. I normally shoot @50' and @ 25' - with rapid fire at combat distances.
When feeling creative, I try to simulate IDPA setups. Problem: My club has rules against firing n maneuver training w loaded weapons. Insurance issues - no drawing either. (Guess they are afraid someone is going to Glock themselves)
If your asking about Bullseye, it's a NRA B-8 "Official 25-Yard Timed and Rapid Fire Pistol Target".
In competition, "Timed Fire" would consist of 2 - 5 shot strings, 20 seconds for each string.
"Rapid Fire" is also 2 - 5 shot strings but only 10 seconds each. So once the target turns, you have 10 seconds to fire 5 shots before it turns away.)
There's also a "Slow Fire" round but that uses a smaller target. So a Relay would consist of one round each of Slow, Timed, and Rapid Fire. 30 shots for a possible 300 points. A "900" Match would be 3 Relays with 90 shots total. This is indoor anyway. In the summer they shoot outside, then the Slow Fire round is at 50 yards.
Also, Bullseye must be shot One Handed. Most shooters keep the other hand in their pocket.