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Old November 11, 2016, 07:58 AM   #6
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Yes, absolutely.
It's not necessary to burn up hundreds of rounds to have an effective practice session.
Although I much prefer using realistic air guns, rather than all the dry firing I used to do.
Better feedback making actual holes in the target, especially for practicing point shooting.
But having a knowledgeable person watching and making all those essential small corrections will definitely speed things up.
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