The boy got himself interested in Cowboy Fast Draw a few months ago. Fastest shooter to hit the target wins. Here's a brief rundown of how it works: 1-shooters take the line 2-target light illuminates 3-shooters draw and shoot 4-timers display hit speed 5-best your opponent 3 times for the win 6-loser gets an "x" 7-get 3 "x"s and you're eliminated form competition Competitors wear western-ish gear and shoot single-action .45 Colt revolvers. Targets are 2 feet in diameter with a small light at the center. .45 casings hold shotgun primers that propel wax bullets at about 700 fps. Shots are taken from 21 feet. I went to a competition with him today. His first ever. About 50 shooters divided in to 3 groupings of fast, faster, and fastest. He was in the fast group and was one of the first shooters with 3 "x"s. Nerves and a hard time hitting the target did him in. So I was able to grab video of some of the fastest shooters. The fastest shooters lean wayyyyyyyyy back to minimize motion and maximize speed. They look kinda goofy but they crushed the non-leaners every time.