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Old January 6, 2023, 12:10 PM   #26
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1. Once a life time (or once a decade if you can afford it) attend a major firearms school ($150 if you average it out over a decade)
2. Once a year attend a local training ($200)
3. Once a month attend some kind of firearms competition. ($100)
4. Once a week go to the range.
5. Once a day do dry fire practice.

So being a little heavy on costs its about $500 a year +ammo and range fees.
It is expensive but less so that buying a good gun in a year.
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Shot placement is everything! I would rather take a round of 50BMG to the foot than a 22short to the base of the skull.

all 26 of my guns are 45/70 govt, 357 mag, 22 or 12 ga... I believe in keeping it simple. Wish my wife did as well...
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