I've heard that US Air Marshall have to pass a 1.5 second rule in training. Seated in a passenger seat aboard a plane, their .357 SIG 229 loaded and consealed inside their coat, show an apple size target at 7 yards and he has to stand, draw then shoot and hit it. . .inside 1.5 seconds.
Well, I’ve spent many happy hours running the timer at steel matches and I just don’t believe that. The best local shooters in the IDPA classes would be considered pretty fast if they could draw and hit a 10” plate at 7 yds in that time. Add standing up and clearing a jacket? On a 4” target? I’d have to see that for myself.