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Depends. If I bring one of my boys I’ll need at least 250 rounds of centerfire and about 200-300 rounds of 22LR. 200 for him and about 50 for me. If I bring all my kids I wouldn’t have time to shoot 50 rounds. I’ll probably just shoot 22s in between keeping an eye on the younger ones.
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~300 rounds/visit.

Want to do more dry firing practice. What tools/systems do others use? Got recommendations. Thanks.
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Handgun, 300-400 mix calibers.
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I shoot at an indoor range once a week. I shoot about 50 rounds of center fire (it varies on the caliber) and 50 rounds of rimfire. I also shoot about 30-40 pellets a day through my airguns. I have some high quality FWB, Pardini and a Crosman PCP pistol and they keep you sharp. Your follow through has to be really good with a pellet pistol because the pellet is only traveling 450-600 fps and if you jerk trigger or move the pistol after "ignition" the pellet is going slow enough to be affected before it leaves the barrel. This is why they are affected much more than conventional firearms to good follow though.

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Heading out in the morning. 200 rounds of .223 ( 500 loose rounds also), 3 boxes of 12 gauge (25 per box), 525 rounds of 22LR. That should be enough. Got to do it before it gets hot. Should be 105į tomorrow.
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ALL OF IT!!! Don't bring more than you can afford to shoot, I figure, you only live once, so why wait when you might not make it back!!!
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500 rounds of 9mm twice a month. Reloading helps to be able to do so. I shoot rifle rounds probably 1 to 50 vs 9mm so donít go through it that much.
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Probly 400 rounds or so, different calibers. Any less ammo or time and I feel like trip was a waste.
I do beween 300 and 400 rounds. As stated above, mainly because any less seems like a waste of a trip. I drive approx 60+ miles each way to my spot, sometimes further if I find it crowded, about an additional 30 miles.

I limit myself to 80~100 rifle caliber rounds and 50~100 for handgun caliber (.38/.45acp/44mag) depending on what I take. Usually at least 200 for 22lr.

Absolutely no spray and pray, only occasional double taps. Mostly I drill on presentation, grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger discipline. You'd be surprised just how long 400 rounds last when you slow down and concentrate on the fundamentals.

If primers weren't so hard to find I'd double my centerfire quantities, but it is what it is.
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I do beween 300 and 400 rounds. As stated above, mainly because any less seems like a waste of a trip. I drive approx 60+ miles each way to my spot, sometimes further if I find it crowded, about an additional 30 miles.

I limit myself to 80~100 rifle caliber rounds and 50~100 for handgun caliber (.38/.45acp/44mag) depending on what I take. Usually at least 200 for 22lr.

Absolutely no spray and pray, only occasional double taps. Mostly I drill on presentation, grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger discipline. You'd be surprised just how long 400 rounds last when you slow down and concentrate on the fundamentals.

If primers weren't so hard to find I'd double my centerfire quantities, but it is what it is.
Iím fortunate to be 30 mins away from 2 indoor and one outdoor range. I still canít make it more often than every other week, however.

I frequently try 2-3 shot groups because I want to be able to be more capable for home defense situations, but I really like the idea of really making every shot count by focusing on fundamentals.

I do think getting a .22 pistol and a rifle for plinking will help me.

Iím also looking into airsoft to practice at home. Even if it has to be the middle of the night, when I finally have a bit of time. Hopefully something very quiet so the neighbors donít get upset.
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I shoot once per week at an outdoor range.

9-10 .223 bolt rifle, match grade ammo
50-60 .22LR, single action revolver
15-20 .22 WMR single action revolver
50-60 9mm

I use my .22 revolver to warm up and then shoot 9mm; either holster drills, or groups for accuracy at various distances. Sometimes, I'll just plink golf balls or bowling pins for grins.

With my rifle, I am shooting for accuracy; usually 3-shot groups.

A couple of weeks ago, my friend made me run through the FBI qual shoot with my G17. I had never practiced it, so I did it cold. My times were within spec, and my hits were accurate, so I passed. Next time, I'll try to speed things up. It's not easy, but it's a fun drill.

I would like to shoot more, but the ammo shortage and cost has me rationing. Reloading is not in the cards, at present.
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5-2,000 depends on what I’m doing. For load development I may just shoot 5-10 round to capture velocity and standard div. For an all day BLM trip with the kids, could be well over 2,000
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Usually whatever I can carry in, 400-500 rounds of .45, sometimes more kept in the truck.
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For an ol' chap like moi, it's typically 300 - 400 rds.
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1) What time I get to the range.
2) Shade.
3) How much ammo I can sponge-off my neighbor.
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I usually take two guns and two boxes of fifty rounds for each.
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During the emergecy my range is requiruing reservations with 45 minutes of range time each session, whch is pretty much OK with me because that's about what I would be doing anyway. 45 minutes translates into 200-300 rounds and I generally go twice a week. Generally I switch back and forth from session to session between .22 and centerfire and also rotate handguns and rotate between revolvers and semi-autos. Over a month I'll have practiced with virtually every handgun I own. No sense having them if you don't shoot them.
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I used to stay 2 hrs at the range and here what I used to shoot.
50 rds 44SPL/44Mag (to pump up my adrenaline)
100 rds 38SPL/357Mag or 100 rds .45ACP (depend on my mood)
200 rds 9mm (my favorite rounds)
300-500 rds .22LR (to save money)

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I have gone to a range to shoot 7 rounds. 1 to zero a rifle, one to confirm zero, one to fine tune and 4 for verifying drop at different ranges. I've also gone to a range and shot thousands of rounds. It really depends on what I want to accomplish.
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150 rds on my .45
100 rds .357
50 rds .38

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100-200 rounds, depends on how much time and how many guns I bring to the range.
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How much ammunition do you go through each time you visit the range?

As a beginner, I put about 200 rounds through two 9mm pistols. Given the scarcity of ammunition right now, Iím loathe to shoot more, even though I know I would love to spend more time at the range.

Do you typically go through drills? Iím visiting an indoor on weekdays when Iíve scheduled myself a little free time, and I have been going every two weeks. So Iím not allowed to try any drills using a holster or moving around. So I have been focusing on my fundamentals. I would love to go to outdoor ranges more often, but itís hard to get back to the office and be presentable afterwards.
On the average when I would go to the range I would go through about 50 .44 mag, 200-400 .45 ACP and about 100 9mm (gotta test loads).

But that is only because I reload and a lot of my time is spent sucking up the brass from the floor. It really disturbs me seeing all that change down there.

Total cost per range trip is probably about $20 in ammo IF that...

But that is because I reload.

When I was a child and we would take our AKs up to 1N09 and bring the shotties and other fun guns, We would spend about $90+ the night before buying ammo.

Then we made a decision to ALWAYS buy a box or more of ammo every time we went to the gun store (which actually was about 2 times a week to look at things) and now that about 25 years are passed, I think I have enough ammo to shoot every gun and all of the neighbors' guns and half of Riverside...
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Quality over quantity. Focus on the fundamentals. No need to rush. Nothing wrong with running dry firing exercises at the range, in between live magazines. Make the most of your time and ammo.
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These responses are great! Iím learning so much from you guys.

The only problem is that you guys are making me want too many more guns! I thought talking about ammo was safe. But I feel like a .22lr and a .45 ACP are going to have to be explained away very soon, and I already want a 9mm 1911 or 2011.

I keep thinking about reloading. Iím not sure itís for me, personally, but Iím going to read more about it and talk to some new friends I have made.
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weekly refresher -- 100-200 rounds of whatever, 9, 40, 45, etc.
BLM with friends and lots of steel targets -- 2000 rounds per person blowing sh*t up like the zombie apocalypse
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In door would be around 200-300 rounds of handgun calibers. Outdoor would be 500-800 rounds.
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Yeah, I just donít like the idea of needing tools just to field strip the gun. Isnít .22lr a very dirty round? Iím a bit...fastidious about cleaning my firearms.
22 is dirty, but doesn't really take any extra effort to clean. Just a little more dirt on the rag when you finish.

You will probably put more rounds downrange with a 22, so that may add to it seeming like it is dirtier.
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These responses are great! Iím learning so much from you guys.

The only problem is that you guys are making me want too many more guns! I thought talking about ammo was safe. But I feel like a .22lr and a .45 ACP are going to have to be explained away very soon, and I already want a 9mm 1911 or 2011.
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Usually around 200 rounds of 9mm, 200 rounds of .22 and a box of shells
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I fill a gallon zip lock bag about half full and shoot it till it was gone. Never thought to count. Same method for pistol and rifle
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Reading all this, clearly I need to make better use of my 200 9mm rounds per trip. Then get a 22lr and shoot at least 300 rounds to be sure I am working on my fundamentals. I think that .45 1911 will have to wait a while. I really don’t want too many different calibers, especially when I haven’t even branched out into rifles yet.
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200-300 pistol rounds, 50-100 rifle rounds and 25-100 shotgun rounds.

Usually shoot pistols/rifles for 2-3 hours and trap for about 1 hour. Don't shoot much anymore and have 10's of thousands of rounds stockpiled so I am not worried about running out in my lifetime.

Was going to go to the range tomorrow to test fire a GSG 1911-22 that I just got back from the mfg after they did some repairs on it but got called to jury duty. So, that ain't happening tomorrow.
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200-300 pistol rounds, 50-100 rifle rounds and 25-100 shotgun rounds.

Usually shoot pistols/rifles for 2-3 hours and trap for about 1 hour. Don't shoot much anymore and have 10's of thousands of rounds stockpiled so I am not worried about running out in my lifetime.

If youíre in SoCal and donít mind letting me buy 500 rounds of 9mm every month so I can keep shooting, just let me know
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I have a brass catcher for my semi-autos, and itís a non-issue for my bolt guns. That being said, I have no issues picking up my stray brass and you shouldnít either. Itís far too expensive and valuable.

If by awkward you mean physically, you can get one of those mechanical collectors to pick it up if it is uncomfortable.
I reload as well and try to pick up all of my brass. I have one of those inexpensive long-handled grabby tool things. It is a great back saver. it still seems I only come home with about 60-70% of the brass I left with.

My guns chuck brass everywhere.

Usually 300-400 rounds per range trip. Pistol, rifle, rimfire, shotgun.
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I'm going broke trying to keep up with y'all.
All the ammo I shoot are reloaded or I hoarded (couple hundred thousand rounds) before the CA ammo law in affect.

I can not afford to shoot with the price of ammo now, 30 cents for a round of 9 mil, Geeee. The most expensive 9 mil I paid was 18 cent + free tax + free shipping. The .22LR I paid 3 or 4 cents a piece, CCI Minimag 5 cents to my door. The ammo price have been increased drastically for the last two years. Some of the old timers still shoot 9 mil ammo that they paid couple buck for a box of 50.
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I have one of those inexpensive long-handled grabby tool things. It is a great back saver.
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