I would just like to ask you guys how fast can you draw with your glock on the holster, condition one, at around 10 and hit the alpha target? Is there a technique to this? What i do whenever i practice is to use as much dry fire prior to actually using live ammo. using the isosceles stance, condition one, as soon as the buzzer sounds, i pull my glock out with my right hand and as soon as the gun is at chest level, slightly leaning forward, i receive it with my left and as my arms slightly extend, i align the sights making sure that im aiming directly at the alpha. simultaneously,as i do that, my trigger finger has already taken the slack and then i discharge just as soon as i get both arms slightly extended but with elbows slightly bent. it takes me, i think...just 1-1.5seconds to do this. then i put it back in the holster. I just wanna ask if this is the proper way to acquire and hit the target in less than a second?. Cause i think, correct me if im wrong, the first shot always matters. can you glock experts please give me your insights and some of your techniques in properly acquiring the alpha target and hit the bullseye in just a second. thanks. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!