Pun unintended. What kind of time to first shot should I be looking for with GSSF style "from ready" shooting? What about for indoor league stuff where accuracy in the x ring counts more than speed? I practice from ready every weekend and I feel like its taking forever to get that first sight picture, especially against NRA D1s. If I"m just shooting an 8" paper plate from 11yards (and obviously estimating) it takes me about a second to a second and a half to go from ready to fire with a hit, but on an NRA D1 at that distance it take me on average 1.5 to 2 seconds and at 25 yards... damn it just takes me forever to get a sight picture that I know will be in at least the 10 ring when that break happens. I keep practicing, especially with dry fire drills going from ready to pulling the trigger at one my super cool improvised dry fire targets (ok its a CDR tacked to the wall at 10 feet). But I don't feel like I am improving my time to fire at all. Any pointers? Or drills to speed those time to fires up?