In the law enforcement profession, it was recognized years ago that a bad guy with a knife standing at approximately 21' from a law enforcement officer, could probably close the distance and stab the officer before the officer could draw his firearm to defend himself. While most law enforcement agencies have tried to graphically demonstrate this fact to their officers, many officers have failed to recognize the threat as real, and quite possibly fatal.
The Dynamic Attack Target has been invented and developed to graphically demonstrate to individuals that the 21' (1.5 second) threat is in fact real. The logical (and hoped for) conclusion is that each individual will recognize the importance of taking their firearms training (and skill) to the next level, or more specifically, that they will be motivated to practice until they mastered the sub 1 second draw, as a minimum.
Because the Dynamic Attack Target is portable, easy and quick to set up, requires no electricity or pneumatics, can be operated on virtually any surface, and is relatively inexpensive to acquire, there is every possibility that it will adequately fill the gap in firearms training that currently exists.