Editor, The Armory Life
I run one shooter at a time, on the timer. Solo it goes quick but allows me to closely watch holster and muzzle discipline. Rapid target acquisition from various angles is a main point of the drill. I emphasize pivoting on the gun foot for stability and consistency. Moving is good but takes time. I have other "shoot and move" drills that emphasize getting off the "x".Dude may live in Florida but anyone can speak that fast is from NY/NJ.
Does not need a timer for his tongue.
Right Green.........not for the novice..........is this practiced solo with no one else on the line?
I think I would incorporate at least a step or two to one side on the turn around motion;
this does simulate going from surrender to combat, correct?