Three Seconds or Less

I knew USCCA had published the KR Training “Three Seconds or Less” drill in their magazine, but I only just realized they also put it on their website.

It’s a great drill based around the oft quoted statistic that the average gunfight is “3 shots, in 3 seconds, at 3 yards”. While many say we shouldn’t train to averages, if you cannot perform to that average I’d say you should seek some professional instruction and further practice.

It’s a simple drill to run since the timer never has to be adjusted (3 seconds throughout), only 20 rounds, and it puts you through a basic battery of skills for defensive pistol use.

Go try!

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