Firearms Practice “Fast Food”

20121106-200611.jpgLet me know if this sounds familiar. You go to your favorite range and pay your fee. You uncase your firearm and load up. Next you set a target out at a nice comfortable distance – say, seven yards or so. You square yourself up to the target get into a good shooting stance, and take aim. Slowly, carefully, you squeeze off your shots.

When you’ve fired your fifty rounds or whatever, you set the gun down and retrieve your target. You admire the nice tight grouping you landed, pat yourself on the back for your good shooting. Maybe your friends are at the range that day, and you pass your target around so they can compliment you on a job well done. Then you case your weapon, load it in your car and drive home.

Another successful practice day at the range. Right?

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