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July 26, 2013
Diana Rosen (C) of Edima, Minnesota, draws and fires as a colleague with his holstered gun watches from...
Aldergrove, Canada
Rosen of Edima, Minnesota, draws and fires as a colleague with his holstered gun watches from behind...
Diana Rosen (C) of Edima, Minnesota, draws and fires as a colleague with his holstered gun watches from behind during the Canadian Open Fast Draw Championships in Aldergrove, British Columbia July 20, 2013. Each competitor has a spotter sitting behind to make sure they don't put their finger on the trigger of the gun before the signal to draw and fire. The present-day Fast Draw competition was born from the Hollywood myth of the western gunfighter, and the idea is to draw a single action revolver from a holster, and cock, fire and hit a designated target in the shortest possible time. No live ammunition is ever used, only blank cartridges or wax bullets. The targets are either a metal silhouette used with wax bullets or balloons that burst from the muzzle blast from the blank cartridges. A light atop the timer signals the competitor when to fire and once the target is hit, it turns the timer off, measuring the speed to thousandths of a second. Picture taken July 20, 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY SHOOTING)

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