Shooting a revolver with extreme accuracy using single action (hammer cocked back) isn’t easy. But it’s a LOT easier than shooting a revolver double action (one trigger pull cocks and then releases the hammer). So why did Top Shot allow its top shots to shoot a Prohibition-era Colt .38 Special Police revolver in single action mode? Let me think . . . because it was easier? Maybe the producers wanted the targets farther away because that was more dramatic than having them closer, and if the contestants couldn’t hit those distant targets using double action, that would make it look like they weren’t that great at revolver shooting. Once again, drama takes precedence over true tests of shooting skill. Oh, and what does paintball have to do with Prohibition? Blending the two themes was a tad too steampunk, IMHO.