Tiring is a 2700 one day and a 3600 the next day when they add the hardball match at the end of the day. Anybody who sticks around for the second day and is still shooting good is a person in good shape, no arm chair cowboys in that crowd. I couldn't do it anymore but it used to be a lot of fun. Get your hiking boots on and do some road work and you will find as your stamina increases your scores at the end of the session will still be as good as they were in the middle of the match. Easier to keep your concentration on that sight if you aren't fighting to keep your gun up and suffer from leg weariness.
Love the 44 special, to me it's like shooting the 22 but the hole is bigger. Just keep up the good work.
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