Found this on the net searching for something else about Wild Bill Hickock a few years back and put it up on my forum back then JELLY BRYCE,THE FBI'S LEGENDARY SHARPSHOOTER November 12, 1945, by K. B. Chaffin On November 12, 1945, Life Magazine ran an unusual story. It was a photographic...
Post 5 are my thoughts on draw speed from 2009
And this one from 2016
Fast draw: https://www.cowboyfastdraw.com/ Requiring special equipment for such shooting. Quick draw: http://www.howarddarby.com/fast-draw-artist.html Using a different name, but still requiring special equipment for such shooting COWBOY FAST DRAW WORLD RECORD HOLDERS Men's Record -Master...
I've used a shot timer, not for training, but to establish what those decades of training brought to the plate relative speed of presentation. I saw no need for a timer for training.
Be all you can be over a period of intense training and multiples of rds downrange, then use a timer to see what all the practice has produced. Not happy with the time, practice more, much more.
Bryce and Jordan would stand in front of a full length mirror for hours practicing their draw, both from open and concealed carry. If ya don't put in the time, you're mediocre at best. That's fine if you're one who believes mediocre is perfectly fine. Mediocre is perfectly acceptable for many. We see that on every gun board.