200 Drill

200 Drill

Get an NRA B8 Target (or just a replacement center when you get more accurate) put it on a target, measure out 25 yards from that target.


Load (10) ten rounds into one magazine.
Load (5) five rounds into two magazines, 5 rounds in each magazine.

Take your pistol and load the ten round magazine.  Fire ten rounds, two hand standing freestyle.  

There is no time limit.

After the ten rounds, go up to the target and mark the target. (Kyle Defoor does just this regularly to check where he is)

Go back to the 25 yard line, load one five round magazine.  Fire five rounds, one hand strong hand standing.

Go up to the target and mark the five you just shot.

Go back to the 25 yard line, load the last five round magazine.  Fire five rounds, one hand other strong hand standing.

Go up to the target, mark up the final five you just shot.

Methods of scoring: Count up the impacts (lots of math) OR count backwards and subtract from 200 (a hit in the 9 ring is 1, a hit in the 6 ring is 4, and so on).  Whatever your score is, mark it at the top right, take a picture and save it for future reference.

This is an accuracy standard and should only be shot a maximum of (3) three times per range trip.

Scoring: 150 is student standard for a Warrior Pistol 1.0 Class to proceed to the 2.0 class.  170 is an instructor standard for Sayoc Tactical Group.

The 200 drill is a quick drill which is a much shorter version of the 700 "humbler".

This drill was introduced to me by Sayoc Tactical Group in their Warrior Pistol 1.0 Class and this is the only group that I have ever seen use this drill.


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