The NRA has these circles, and these distances and rules for pistol qualification….
The drills will stem from those parameters.
It will add time element at times also.
4 inch circles, set of four
4 5 shot groups to be fired into those circles from
Level 1 – 10 feet
Level 2 – 15 feet
Level 3 – 20 feet
Level 4 – 45 feet @ 6 inch target and must make 16-20.
But in mine 20-20. Otherwise you remain level 3.
And level must be readily demonstrable to retain it.
I will likely use smaller circles for Levels 1-3 too.
This is five hits in a 3″ (actually a tad less than 3″) circle, distance ten feet. There more circles without a miss in five shots are required to complete level one.
Level IV I can do but to show you indoors is tough, especially rght now. It is midnight here so I better stop or people will be mad at me.
But again Airsoft will make you better if you do it right!
A 1.33″ circle can be used at 10 feet for Level IV.
NRA calls Level IV Instructor Level.
I don’t use that terminology myself. I just call it level IV.
This is all just maintenance to me.
I know you have seen me put round after round into coke cans from 10 feet. Those openings are much smaller than 1.3″. They are more like .75″.
I am beyond Level IV myself.