Has been a long time since I have done this but it was something I had been wanting to do for a while, and today was the day.
Ill share my set up, method and even my times with no excuses, ha ha!
I set two targets out to 12 feet, and put them about 5 to six feet apart. The cardboard was 15x16 inches, which I felt was way to big ( my chest is only about 12-13 inches from armpit to armpit).
So, I placed paper plates on each one to make the target area closer to reality.
My wife assisted with an electronic timer ( to tell you the truth, I think she cheated me a little:).
On go, I drew the G26 with flush fitting mag from concealment and fired one hand one shot on each target, for a total of 5 efforts, and 10 shots total.
All shots were fired using a sight picture.
My times were;
I wasn’t trying to break the speed record or shoot myself in the groin, so there was some judicious use of safety involved, and, I screwed up a few draws when my shirt caught the gun on its way out of the holster, just as I was about to transition the barrel down range.
The after pics of the targets;
As you you can see, the shots all stayed in a pretty tight on the plate, except for one that I pulled high, but they would have all been in the thoracic cavity where they should be.
Hopefully, when I get my timer, I can do some video work and post this in real time.