I met a Triple Nickle coin holder for the first time ever. He was a nice guy and an awesome shooter. I was out to the range when the Air Marshals were qualifying and he was one of the CFIs. For those of you unfamiliar with the Triple Nickel, there are currently only 68 people who hold coins. The course of fire is very tough. 5 targets at 5 yards in 5 seconds, each target must be engaged twice and the shooter must reload after target one and before target five. You have to successfully complete the course three times within a year of your first successful attempt to get the coin. Scoreable area is the 4/5 ring on Tran Star-II or the outer bottle for QIT targets and all line shots are considered misses regardless of which side they are on. So, do we have any Triple Nickel holders on the boards? Anyone else think they can do it? Anyone else got an extremely tough course of fire to discuss? Unfortunately, to get a coin you have to be an LEO (local, state, federal or foreign), full time active or reserve military, Credentialed Instructor for any of those agencies or retired from any of them with 10 years service.