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5 x 5 Drill

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5 x 5 Drill

This is the new 5x5 IDPA Classifier, which is based on a drill created by Bill Wilson.

It's a great way to get a baseline on your shooting skills or test your proficiency.

All the shots are taken from the same distance - if you want to work your way up to 10 yards, go ahead and start at 5 yards.

If you don't have a timer, just work through the strings and focus on accuracy.

String 1: Draw and fire 5 shots freestyle.

String 2: Draw and fire 5 shots using Strong Hand Only. String 3:

Start with only 5 rounds in your gun. Draw and fire 5 shots, emergency reload and fire 5 additional shots freestyle.

String 4: Draw and fire 4 shots to the body and one shot to the head freestyle.  



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