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Your guide to the Fastest Timed Sport in the World
Welcome! You've discovered Fast Draw. This shooting sport combines a well tuned single-action revolver, 'full-powder' blanks or wax bullets, and a lightning quick draw to create the fastest timed sport in the world. Take a few minutes to discover the challenge and excitement of this amazing sport..

Types of Fast Draw: This site deals with the styles used by the World Fast Draw Association, Ohio Fast Draw Association, Kansas Fast Draw Association and a few others. They are the most diverse styles of Fast Draw, allowing for stock or modified guns, and wax and blank ammunition shooting at a number of different metal or balloon targets.

Get Ready! You're now ready to learn about this amazing sport by using the links at left, and make sure to check out the Getting Started section and our Facebook group to discover how you can find out more about Fast Draw.

watch video  Watch for the video camera icon while you travel through this site to view a clip related to that topic, or go to the Video Clips page for a list of all clips.

Recent Contests
Photo Album
2012 World Elimination
Durango, CO
Aug. 18-19, 2012

Photo Album
2012 Canadian Fast Draw Championship
Aldergrove, BC
July 21-22, 2012

Photo Album
2012 U.S. National Open Championship
Medicine Bow, WY
June 23-24, 2012

More contest pictures available in the Gallery

Day 1 from the WFDA World Elimination Championships (August '11)

Final rounds from the WFDA World Elimination Championships (August '11)

Safety Note: The concept of the Fast Draw is a potentially dangerous one. It is for this reason that only blanks and wax bullets propelled by .22 blanks or shotshell primers are used in the sport. In fact, no 'live' ammunition is allowed at a competition site. The World Fast Draw Association and the members of this sport do not endorse the use of 'live' ammunition when performing a fast draw.

Although blanks and wax bullets are the recommended method of enjoying this sport, they can be dangerous when not used in the proper manner. Please make sure to follow all normal firearm safety procedures.

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The Gunfighter Zone