given a speed rig and a 10" disk at 10 ft, hands starting relaxed at your sides, you should be able to react to the timer's beep, draw, get a 2 handed, eye level firing position and hit the disk in .70 second, average of 5 tries, once you're warmed up. with a "cold" start, you should still be able to average .85 second or so. Adding in different hand-start positions will bring your average up about .05 second. Making yourself pivot 90 degrees to left and right will add another .10 second, maybe a bit less. Making yourself pivot 180 degrees, to left and right, will add yet another .10 second, maybe a bit more. Using a truly concealable (ie, IWB holster, behind your hip will add at least another .05 second and actually concealing it will add at least another .15 second. But a top hand can average sub 1.0 second to react, clear a t shirt, draw and hit a 10" disk at 10 ft. .20 second of that is his reaction time to the timer's beep. So the actual physical movement is .80 or less. If he starts hand on gun, in a pocket, this react, draw and hit time can be cut to .70 second, with the actual physical movement being .50 second. If you learn to sidestep as you do this, you can actually "beat the drop" of a man pointing a gun at you already. He will have .20 second of reaction time, .20 second of recognition-interval, and .20 second needed to move his gun and arm over to your new location. .60 second total and you'll have shot him first. Naturally, it's best to keep moving and to have waited for him to be distracted before you move. If he takes his eyes off of a truly skilled man, he'll never see anything else, ever again.