Been shooting seriously, more or less, for about a year. At my indoor range I typically rotate between two of three guns: a (carry) 1911 Commander, (carry) S&W m60-2 .357 and 5" SA Loaded (50/50 with .45/.22 conversion). At a friend's farm outdoors I include some Mossberg 590 time.
I tend to average shooting about once every three weeks.
Problem is, I have no real "system" in place. Indoors I can't practice drawing, and moving/random distances/elevations is nearly nonexistent. Outdoors is limited by Kansas weather.
So, let's say, in one - one and a half hour range time, what should I concentrate on other than punching holes in paper plates at 7-25 yards? It's getting sorta boring....
How do you manage your range time?