This one is called Evil Roy and comes in 2 versions. The setup is 3 targets on a single stand, about 2 inches apart front to back. Target #1, nearest the shooter is, of course, a no shoot.
Next two back are threats mounted on limited motion swingers. #2 swings out to the left, and #3 swings out to the right. Both of them move just far enough to expose about half of the target, then immediately swing back behind the no-shoot and stay there. You get about 1 to 1-1/2 seconds to shoot both of them. Twice each.
The rig is triggered by a plate mounted above and behind the target stand.
On signal, you shoot the plate and get your sights on whichever side you think gives you the best vantage, then it's 2 shots on each of the disappearing targets.
Fast? Oh you betcha. I think only 2 of us out of 20 actually got off all 5 shots to complete the stage. Par time was about 3-4 seconds. The best shooters averaged about 8 points down. Everyone else was down around 14. Considering that if you missed everything including the no shoot, the worst you could do was -20, this is a very tough stage.
This week we saw the same setup but with 2 plates. Shoot 1 plate and the opposite side target pops out. Shoot the other plate and the other target pops out. Just as fast, but you only have to shoot one of the varmints at a time. "Good" is under 10 seconds and 2-3 points down. About 1 shooter in 5 got into that group.