Draw from concealed on moving target

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by 280Z, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. 280Z

    Distance was around 50ft. Let me know how I did.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iH0Vf6rUSU&list=UUAnZ4e-mYLqiDX0gP9OqIlg&index=1"]Moving target - YouTube[/ame]

    My buddy from way up north built the moving target out of junk and I helped him put it up. It is really fun to shoot at!

    My buddy:
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T4p-F9iEfU&list=UUAnZ4e-mYLqiDX0gP9OqIlg"]The worlds best moving target setup sort of - YouTube[/ame]

    The cameraman has a remote to turn the target on and off, we were going for an unannounced start to see what our reaction times would be.

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  3. You just stood there. You need to be moving. Take a lesson from your target.

  4. 280Z

    Shooting at a moving target felt pretty natural. I have done very little shooting on the move, When I have, it feels very unnatural and uncontrolled so I guess that means more practice is in order. I imagine one would start out with a walk and work up to a faster pace? I also found I need to work on achieving a shooting grip when I draw.
  5. glock2740

    glock2740 Gun lover.

    And this.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  6. Do it at night and be sure your target has smoked a bowl of crack prior. :supergrin:
  7. 280Z

    Hummmm.... We might have to turn up the speed from the 3mph we have it set at now... and I might have to switch up to the 12ga to score any hits. :supergrin:
  8. No need, just watch a John Woo movie 1st........:supergrin:
  9. "Oh no. Zombie Failure."

    This has made me curious as to whether or not the stereotypical "bad guy" moves while he shoots.
  10. A lot of the time, in real life, yes, he does.

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