Who's willing to take a shooting test / challenge / match designed to see if you can use your EDC carry gun, with your duty ammo (yes, the expensive stuff!) to engage a bad guy at a full 25 yards, firing within 4 seconds after you first raise your gun toward the target? That's the first stage of the official Georgia POST (peace officer standards and training) qualification shoot-- 25 yards, from behind cover, 1 shot at a time, each shot taken in 4 seconds. Each shot requires lowering the gun and resetting the stopwatch for another 4-second time limit. The actual POST qualification says to do this only twice, but I say let's do it for a total of 10 shots, and see how many out of those 10 would could be covered by a paper plate-- 9" circle over the center of a bad guy's chest. Since many (most) ranges don't allow for any movement during regular range time by the general public (not students in a class), let's skip the barrier / cover part. So, no movement. Just stand there with the gun at low ready, and when you're ready, raise it and take the shot within 3.99 seconds of when you first heard the "go" signal or mentally told yourself to start. THE REASON IT'S 25 YARDS ONLY is that so many of us only practice our shooting at 5 or 7 yards, which is statistically a very good distance for most defensive handgun use, but NOT for an ACTIVE SHOOTER IN PUBLIC. At the mall, your workplace, or a school, you may encounter a bad guy on a rampage with a long gun, and you may first see him from a considerable distance away. So, who's up for the ACTIVE SHOOTER take-down challenge? Do this on your own, at your own range whenever you want, and post the results here. No race guns or dedicated range guns allowed. This is for your carry guns-- the ones you actually pack on you person regularly. Not the long-barreled, laser-sighted home defense pistol on your nightstand.