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or less. That is,gun down at 45 degree angle, finger outside the guard,safety engaged or hammer down. This time includes your reacting to the "beep" of the timer, which takes .20 second,so the actual move to fire is .30 sec or less. All you have to do to hit at such distance, with a bit of practice, is flex your wrists.

Doing the same thing at 20 ft takes .60 second, because you have to raise your arms and get a flash sight picture,or miss the 10" circle way too often.
 

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.18 sec repeat hit "splits" (times) can readily be had

for success on a 10" circle at 10 ft, with an SA 9mm. You will work the rest of your life trying to crack .36 second with a lw 357 snub, alloy framed.44 Special snub, or full size and wt, 4" .44 mag. Misses and poor hits are the rule in gunfights, not the exception. So repeat hit speed is very important. Being twice as slow as you need to be is a very bad idea.
 
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