chest hits, (or hitting the man at all beyond 50 ft). I'd be WAY ahead to make such a trade, since such ranges are so rare (for non-merc civilians). My reaction, draw and 1 handed hip point shot (ie, hit the chest from arm's length) is .80 second, and .20 second of that is the reaction time. You can't alter your reaction time. So the actual ccw move is .60 second. remove .25 second from .60 second, and the remainder is .35 second. It takes THE ATTACKER .20 second (or more) to react, too, AND .20 second (or more) to notice/decide, and .20 second (or more) to flick the gun over to "re-aquire" y you as a target, if you side step as you draw. If you draw FIRST, you have no reaction time, see? I need another .20 second to reliably get to eyelevel get both hands on the gun, and hit the chest at 10 ft. so gaining that 1/4 second would let me beat the drop, as long as I sidestepped as I drew, and didn't miss or foul up the draw on my shirttail, that is. That 1/4 second time-savings CAN be arranged, if your hand is on the gun, in a pocket rig, at the start of the "timed event".