In this segment of “Pros vs. Joes,” we put competitive shooter and author James Tarr against Guns & Ammo TV cameraman Nathan Wilt. With handguns, they see who can knock down plates the fastest on two Revolution Targets Heavy Duty Plate Racks. Here’s the catch: Tarr has to use a Colt King Cobra in .357 Mag. while Wilt shoots a Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 in 9mm.
You’ll note that Revolution Target’s Plate Racks are self-resetting, and Tarr gets to shoot 8-inch plates against Wilt’s smaller 6-inch targets to even the odds. With only six shots, Tarr can’t miss if he wants to to clean the rack, giving Wilt more opportunities with his pistol’s larger capacity, but he has less room for error with shooting smaller targets. At the sound of the beep, both set off and knock them down, while we observe some lessons on effective pistol shooting.