I shall share what we do and I love it, we do not shoot bullseye targets but realistic targets, some stages we do are started laying in a bed with cover and weapon in nightstand drawer or on top have done both loaded and unloaded and note times differences which are huge, (some times starting unloaded the targets are gone before some even get loaded, showing that is not a thing to do other than to get you hurt) at sound of buzzer deploy weapon at 1 or more targets while in bed your choice as to position just cant touch floor, sometimes done at night with flashlights hand held, usually a reload in bed involved distance usually 3-5 yds or less to multiple targets. Targets available for a few pre determined seconds only) Like they are not just going to stand still! Another at night with road flare only lighting changing tire deploy weapon at vehicles length at multiple targets while taking cover behind vehicle. Another standing beside vehicle with pack or briefcase in hand have 2-3 targets pop up on other side of vehicle with target exposed for a mere few seconds then goes down, either day or night. Another with strong primary arm/hand in medical sling with keys in hand approach your vehicle and have multiple targets appear and have to deploy your weapon with WEAK hand, engage targets and reload ONE handed weak hand and repeat, some targets painted as to simulate hard cover or a vest and only neck and head is visible. Usually we use and recreate actual police reports of real instances happened. Distances and all, I have been involved in these types of matches a very long time. Usually 150 rounds or so fired times say 20 entrants 3000 rounds shot + -. Many times starting with LESS ammo than required and you have to retrieve your partner's ammo to finish the stage, usually on a dummy in belt or pockets. Some stages are limited as to round counts others are unlimited, ALL on the clock. Some allow make up rounds other's do not. We have had 67-70 entrants at times! Everyone helps! Halloween we are having one starting with not enough ammo to finish and you have to deploy after getting a 2nd weapon to finish. Another with target running at you with rubber knife that turns to edge at 7 yds as you probably cant react fast enough to prevent injuries at that distance. At the 2' mark if not stopped you are considered stabbed and out of it. Arm length plus blade length.