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Thread: Fundamentals, Accuracy, & Speed Test (F.A.S.T.)

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    We are diminished
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    Fundamentals, Accuracy, & Speed Test (F.A.S.T.)

    Link to drill: F.A.S.T. at

    Format for reporting score:
    Total time including penalties (misses): draw, 3x5 split / reload / 8" split, 8" split, 8" split

    e.g., 7.50 (-1 B): 2.00, 1.00 / 2.00 / 0.50, 0.50, 0.50
    times add up to 6.50 seconds plus one second penalty for miss to the body

    Dave Sevigny of Glock Inc and Sevigny Performance

    Last edited by ToddG; 01-09-2012 at 10:05 AM. Reason: report format information added

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    My personal best:
    • 4.08 seconds (clean): 1.37, .35 / 1.76 / .20, .20, .20

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    Member rsa-otc's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddG View Post
    My personal best:
    • 4.08 seconds (clean): 1.37, .35 / 1.76 / .20, .20, .20
    Awesome - My goal to reach - someday!
    Only Hits Count - The Faster the Hit the more it Counts!!!!!!; DELIVER THE SHOT!
    Stephen Hillier - "An amateur practices until he can do it right, a professional practices until he can't do it wrong."

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    Member hossb7's Avatar
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    In the valley
    My best (and only) was 6.33 clean. I don't remember the split times, though

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    I'll be one of the slower students at 8.45 clean and 48/50 on the Dot Torture

    At least I had a nice group haha

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    The Sierras
    I have not shot the FAST yet. I'll try tomorrow or Sunday (if it stops raining) and post the results.

    I'm going to guess and say that I'll be somewhere around 6 seconds based on how I've been training over the last few months.

    Now that I said 6 seconds, I'll probably end up shooting it in 8 seconds.

    We shall see.

    God Bless,

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    Rabbit of Caerbannog JodyH's Avatar
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    New Mexico
    Haven't shot it in a month or so, had a 5.45 and a 5.29 both clean and smooth.
    I have 6 months to go before my next attempt at the coin.
    It's a done deal.

    Here's one of my AFHF runs, too bad I threw a shot.

    Last edited by JodyH; 02-26-2011 at 09:56 PM.

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    DFW, Texas
    This isn't any kind of "official" FAST drill. I'm at 7 yards, but I'm using my USPSA Production rig intead of a concealment rig. I'm also not doing a slidelock reload. Basically I got to the range today and didn't know what to practice, so I thought I'd give this one a try a couple of times, as it has been a while since I've shot it. 4 months ago I could get "lucky" and make all the hits at 4.5 seconds, but not consistently (at 5.25 I was consistent). Today I could coast and easily make all the hits at around 4.00.

    Ammo used was 115 gr Federal Champion 9mm from walmart. On string one I shot one of the staples holding the paper plate in place, and it was flapping about in the wind. The interlude between strings was me going downrange and to restaple the plate in place.

    The times are 3.85 and 4.05.

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    The FAST truly is a test of fundamentals.

    At AFHF, I was woeful but had plenty of excuses (I actually was dealing with an old wound). Fast forward a year later and with NO FAST drills since then, I was at least a second faster and clean (7:73). I blame practice of the fundamentals and Mr Vickers

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    Now that's funny...

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