I was checking out some of the scores of last years match in Topton, PA. I paid particular attention to the top scores in the glock the plates portion of the shoot. I noticed that some of the top scores were around 16 seconds which if my math is correct, is about 4 seconds per string. HOW THE HECK DO THEY DO IT?! I went to a place I like to shoot and put a 9" paper plate out at 11 meters. I started with the competition start position and attempted to put 6 rounds in the plate as fast as I could. The only way I could get them all to hit the plate, it would take me about 5 or 6 seconds. If I tried to shoot faster I would miss it half the time. I shoot a G-32 .357 sig. I just can't immagine being able to do that in 4 seconds. As a side note, when I'm doing a slow fire on a 6 inch pistol target, I usually can hit in the 8, 9 and 10 rings. (usually the 9 ring) So I don't totaly stink. Before I went out to shoot at the plate, for a couple of days, I practiced dry firing and going through the motions of glock the plate so I wasn't totaly un-prepared for shooting. (I do practice my dry firing every night.) Still nowhere near 4 seconds though. One thing I found out about rapid firing is that the pistol seems to change positions in my hand a little bit with each shot I fire. I thought I was gripping tight enough but I guess not. Any suggestions?