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Old September 22, 2012, 07:42 AM   #11
KyJim
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thing is, if heavy recoiling cartridges/loads are not great for extensive use then how can we say its good to do 3000 rounds of 38+p or 357 through an lcr for a range test?
Frankly, extended range sessions (rounds, not time) become more like work and less like fun to me. I can't remember ever doing a session of more than about 175-200 centerfire pistol cartridges. I more typically shoot 100 to 125 centerfire rounds max. By a "session," I mean continuous shooting, stopping for target changes, sight adjustments, etc. I'm not talking about shooting, taking lunch, and shooting some more.
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