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Dot Torture

Drill designed by David Blinder

Range: 3-10 yards

Target: Ten 2” Dots

Start Position: Low Ready

Rounds Fired: 50

Start at 3 yards. You have to get all 50 hits to pass. Once you can shoot the whole drill without a single miss, either increase the distance or add time pressure. For instance, try to finish the entire drill in under 5 minutes while maintaining 100% accuracy.

  • Dot 1 – Draw and fire one string of 5 rounds for best group. One hole if possible, total 5 rounds.

  • Dot 2 – Draw and fire 1 shot, holster and repeat X4, total 5 rounds.

  • Dots 3 & 4 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #3, then 1 shot on #4, holster and repeat X3, total 8 rounds.

  • Dot 5 – Draw and fire string of 5 rounds, strong hand only, total 5 rounds.

  • Dots 6 & 7 – Draw and fire 2 shots on #6, then 2 on #7, holster, repeat X4, total 16 rounds.

  • Dot 8 – From ready or retention, fire five shots, weak hand only, total 5 rounds.

  • Dots 9 & 10 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #9, speed reload, fire 1 shot on #10, holster and repeat X3, total 6 rounds.

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