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Old January 25, 2006, 12:10 PM   #4
VaultDweller
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I don't know what kind of environment you have to shoot in but when I want to have some cheap fun and improve my marksmanship I'll take a couple dozen sporting clays, my .22 pistol, a brick of ammo and a lawn chair out to where I shoot. I'll set the clays up at different ranges spread from 50 to 100 yards or so, then I just plop down in the chair and see how long it takes to break them all. It usually provides a good hour or so of entertainment and long-range pistol practice and after all is said and done I've only spent a couple bucks on ammo and targets.

The really long shots are especially rewarding when you see that clay break and it really helps me learn how to judge distance and adjust point of aim. IMO it's a damn fine way to spend an afternoon.
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