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  1. #21
    I shoot weekly. I do it as much for practice as for stress relief.

    Usually I do muscle memory drills with my carry pistols, and then I poke at targets with my MKII for fun.

    Getting a Mini 14 in the next week or so and will probably just spend a while getting comfortable with a rifle again. Then I'll add it to my weekly outing routine.

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  3. I usually go every other week, but sometime every week if time permits. I also shoot about 100 rds 150 at the most.
    Jason
    Michigan

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    I've practiced once in the last two years, I'm ashamed to admit.

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    Exclamation monthly

    I train monthly whether I want to or not. If it raining so be it.

    If it ain't raining...you ain't training!

    I would encourage every member of this forum to shoot in rain/snow/sleet at least once because it changes things drastically.
    FESTUS
    IN OMNIA PARATUS

  6. #25
    I was shooting every week for about two months, but have tapered off to every other weekend now. Generally shoot 150 to 200 rounds when I go, practicing as many different ways of shooting as I can think of for potential encounters.
    Arkansas Concealed Carry Instructor #12-751

  7. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    I train monthly whether I want to or not. If it raining so be it.

    If it ain't raining...you ain't training!

    I would encourage every member of this forum to shoot in rain/snow/sleet at least once because it changes things drastically.
    How do you accomplish that in an indoor raNGE? the one you go to must REALLY be fancy! LOL!!

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    Exclamation I built my own range on my land

    Quote Originally Posted by GOV5 View Post
    How do you accomplish that in an indoor raNGE? the one you go to must REALLY be fancy! LOL!!
    I built my own range on my land

    FESTUS
    IN OMNIA PARATUS

  9. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    I built my own range on my land

    My son and I just purchased 20 acres in the boonies and building my own range is one of my first priorities. I'm quite pumped about it. There is a huge barn on the farmstead which I'm thinking of converting into an indoor range (our winters are quite long and cold, here). We should close on the property at the end of June, so the lead should be flying forthwith! Any pointers or helpful tips are appreciated (like what to use as a backstop to catch the lead in the barn).
    Prov. 27:3 - "Stone is heavy and sand a burden, but provocation by a fool is heavier than both"

  10. I practice usually once a week with my primary. I usually spend between 100 and 150 rounds. Ive been enjoying the art of reloading for about 3 months which is saving me a ton of money.

    I like to practice with the pistol close to my torso (simulating a late nite in my home). I also like to practice in the dark with a flashlight.
    Retired US Army Medic
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    [QUOTE=JJFlash;138441]My son and I just purchased 20 acres in the boonies and building my own range is one of my first priorities. I'm quite pumped about it. There is a huge barn on the farmstead which I'm thinking of converting into an indoor range (our winters are quite long and cold, here). We should close on the property at the end of June, so the lead should be flying forthwith! Any pointers or helpful tips are appreciated (like what to use as a backstop to catch the lead in the barn).[/QUOTE

    You and Festus are very fortunate to have those facilities. Man, it's sooo COOOL to have your own Range!

    JJ, are you going to set up a reloading station in the barn too? Get a nice recliner, 32" Flat screen, refrigerator, nice humidor full of Dominicans, some heat, and you're all set!!! Sorta like my garage, but bigger!!!!!! LOL!!!

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