@phantomrant: Neither of those show bullet timing, rather preparing to be shot at. Sebastian on the other hand can pluck bullets right out of the air after being shot while preparing tea while his back is turned. Speed still goes to Sebastian.
Uh.... no. Anderson guarded himself after the bullets were fired. Same goes for when he intercepted the Jackal bullet.
I don't see why catching bullets gives Sebastian the speed advantage, when a severely weakened Alucard who just woke up from his slumber was able to do the same thing against Richard Hellsing's pistol that was aimed at Alucard's head at point-blank (and Alucard was hardly looking at the barrel).
Anderson was able to blitz him and pin him to a wall with his bayonets before he could do anything about it. He cuts Sebastian's arm before he can actually touch him.
And why do you care about whether or not Anderson has bullet-timing feats when there are far better ways to assess his speed (or the speed of fictional characters in general) than what bullets he reacted to and how he did so.