The best way to truly test one's skill with any weapon is without a "warm-up". Today Jason, Billy, Looey, and I shot the Hack cold without having done any pistol work in awhile. For me, about a week. I had 2 rounds over time (which is really bad because they were hits), and 1 outright miss, for a total of -12.
I consider it to be the best pistol test ever. It has everything in it, except malfuctions. We use it here as a standard for instructors (275 and above).My history of the test; first time score-281, my lowest ever-276, highest ever-296. I've shot 275 and above with the big three; Beretta 92F, Sig sauer P226, and Glock 17,and I've also matched my highest score (296) with a retention rig (Safariland 6004) as well.
3 IPSC targets 1 meter apart and staggered heights.
5 yards - 1 round to each head freestyle. 3 secs
5 yards - 1 round to each head strong hand only. 4 secs
5 yards - 1 round to each body strong hand only. 3 secs twice
8 yards - 2 rounds to the body left target. 2 secs
8 yards - 2 rounds to the body middle target. 2 secs
8 yards - 2 rounds to the body right target. 2 secs
10 yards - El presidente 10 secs
10 yards - Weak hand pick up (pistol on ground, butt strong side. Flip pistol with weak hand and fire 1 round per target to each body.) 5 secs
12 to 8 - Shoot on the move, 2 to each body 5 secs
15 yards - transition drill, 1 to each body 4 secs
20 yards - standing to prone, 2 to each body 10 secs
25 yards - using vertical cover and tactical order, 2 to each body tactical/retention reload, kneeling, 2 to each body. 24 secs
The score is out of 300. 5 points for an A, 3 points for a C and 2 points for a D
The complete test is on the below videos. You'll have to view a couple of them from roll-over prone (Australian camerman!), sorry!