Drills & Tests
Make your range trips more productive by selecting drills to help you improvove specific skills, instead of just blasting away at a zombie target. The drills below come from many different sources, so the format of the drill (instructions, targets, etc.) will vary a lot. Look around and find something you find interesting.
- Bill Drill - fire 6 shots into an 8" circle as fast as you can. Generally shot from 7 yards, and from concealment, but feel free to mix it up.
- Change of Pace - Shoot two shots each into the different shapes. Mix-up the order to force you to speed-up and slow-down when transitioning between targets.
- Dot Torture - Just follow the instructions. Start with the target at 3 yards, then push it back as you can consistently clean it. No time limit.
- FAST Drill - Fire 4 to the circle, reload, then 2 to the rectangle. This is a great test of speed and precision.
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