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Old February 19, 2015, 09:33 AM   #141
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While not exactly a bad habit, practice at a range with other people, either public (commercial) or private, indoors or out, is limiting. For safeties sake, there are lots of rules, although picking up your brass probably isn't one of them. But you can't shoot at a moving target, or move from position to position, usually you can't practice drawing a pistol, though sometimes you can, and you probably can't fire from either behind cover or from any position other than standing. The place I used to shoot even had counters that you stood behind, although they could be removed.

The one thing you can do, however, is shoot in low light, which might be eye opening, unless all the other lanes are full and have their lights on.
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