Effective Practice on an Indoor Range

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    Effective Practice on an Indoor Range

    My latest article in Concealed Carry Magazine.
    Time, ammunition, and money are finite resources in all our lives.

    We need to use them well when we practice shooting just as in any aspect of our lives. Practicing shooting at an indoor range can make this a challenging task. Indoor ranges often have restrictions that outdoor ranges donít. Indoor ranges also tend to be used by busy people in urban areas, who really need to use their time as effectively as possible. However, itís common to see shooters come to an indoor range and not use their resources efficiently while they are there.
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    Very good article. I'll be keeping some of these things in mind the next time I head to the indoor range. Thanks for sharing!
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    WOW! I really like that 5^5 drill. My Tuesday morning shooter group always ends with a contest (we guys are just so competitive...) I'm going to use that drill on them; after I practice it a bit

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    Some very good ideas, thanks

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    Thread is now a sticky, also moving a copy of the original post to the Reference Section.

    Thanks Claude.

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    Good article. I'd add that for live fire, include a drill where you are at high ready facing at a right angle to the target (not looking at it). Then turn, aim and fire counting "1 Mississippi". I consider this safe in an indoor range with walled stalls.

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