I know in IDPA, for most situations, you have to be behind cover to take shots. But sometimes it would just be a matter of taking out multiple targets with one or two hits per target as accurately and quickly as possible. It was something I was particularly good at. For example, they set up a "basketball" stage where you held a t-shirt balled up and shot it like a foul shot...then drew and shot targets at 9, 12 and then 3....putting two bullets in each target. I think I took third...and that was the first time I ever tried IDPA. But what about different sized targets at different distances? The robotic point and shoot doesn't really work for that. What about what the targets have guns and your life (or your loved ones life) is on the line? I know we act how we train, but are there any suggestions on tactics to defeating maybe 5 or 6 armed targets, most likely without the benefit of cover, in real world situations such as parking lots, side walks, and such? Thanks! -Emt1581 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!