I don't know what others do here, but with pistols I always pretty much go through a pattern of drills. I started out using Chuck Taylors standard set and then modified it to suit me. I start out with single targets and near point of contact with triple taps, the begin extending range to 5, 10 and 15 feet from the ready position. I then do double taps at 20, 40 and 60 feet. Next comes weak handed double taps at contact 5 and 10 feet. After that two targets with single shots from 5, 10 and 15 feet coming from the holster. All reloads are tactical. What I see a lot of people doing at the range is often if not almost always wrong. They'll cock traditional double actions, take all day to aim and want to shoot the weapon about as far away as they can to see if they can hit the target. I've seen more than one guy blasting away ( forgive me tig ) turning his weapon sideways gangsta style. I'm just curious about what other people do?