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This is a discussion on Shooting on the Cheap within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; Shooting is an expensive hobby. With a tenuous economy and a recent election that motivated droves of shoppers to stock ...

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    mmckee1952 is offline Banned
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    Shooting is an expensive hobby. With a tenuous economy and a recent election that motivated droves of shoppers to stock up on guns and ammunition, it is becoming more difficult for the average citizen to spend time doing what they love.

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    Thanks for posting. Nice article.
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    Did you see the item on the Right Hand & Left hand target’s for diagnosing your shots?

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    Pennsylvania has public shooting ranges, which cost me $30 a year. That and walmart ammo keeps me relatively in the econo-zone.

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    The wife and I both shoot quite a lot...mostly 9mm. WWB target ammo that sold four months ago for around $18/100 is now $24/100 at Wallyworld. Buying by the case (1000) rounds has become a treasure hunt as many on-line retailers are out of 9mm target ammo.

    I spent considerable time last week researching equipment, components, etc. to begin reloading again for the first time since the 60's. I built a comprehensive spreadsheet that shows my "payback" occurring in about six months.

    The equipment is on order now. I'm buying the powder and primers locally.
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    Good read
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Diealotz View Post
    Good read
    Why I purchased a S&W 22A several years ago
    Yup,same here.I can shoot for a couple hours and only spend $5
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