I am in favor of e-targets acting similar to real pits pulling target, it only makes sense to maintain some level of fairness and sameness. If this cannot be done, then we must petition the NRA to separate e-target scores from pits pulled targets. A delay is only part of it. A bigger issue is to prevent machine gunning an e-target. The Silver Mountain e-targets I have shot, will allow a shot to be scored during the delay period. They will also immediately display the shot value, not the shot spotter, but it will display the shot value. If it comes up an X, there is little risk to just take another quick shot during the delay and worst case receive a 10. They should not disply a shot value durring the delay. E-targets should mark a shot during the delay as a miss, just like it would be if you shoot while your target is down in the pits. If records have been set on E-targets that don't mimic the real thing, they should be separated just like service rifle, match rifle, f-open and f-tr are all separate. Good luck Scott and Jadde on keeping this thread civil.