Not a bad video at all and will say I learned a couple of things from it. Times would be a little slower in true combative situation as we would not have had a convenient 55 gallon drum as a staging table for our mags. Two mags might have been close if you held the spare in your free hand, but I prefer a two handed hold , but anything beyond that, fishing for mags out of your pocked or pouch would have added to the time. If, and I do stress "If", nothing more than 10 round mags existed, a "mad killer" would carry multiple guns. I was discussing a 1957 S&W Chief's Special (two inch barrel) that I was given and that I have out on a semi-permanent loan to my brother, with a retired LA LEO. He said that during the early 50s to late 60's, before semi-autos really became the rage, that after a gun battle that there would generally be 2-5 unregistered snub noses left at a crime scene on the ground as the were discarded when emptied for a fully loaded one.