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Maintaining Proficiency with Your Weapon When Ammo Is Limited


Doug1943
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You don't have to fire live rounds, in order to keep in practice with your firearms.  When ammunition is in short supply -- as it tends to be whenever BLM/AntiFa have a Riot Festival -- or when you can't get to a firing range, you can still practice.  This article shows how: https://uscpt.org/articles/   

 

(There are two more articles on that page, one which is probably known to everyone here, and another on the UN, which seems to me to be a bit of a stretch.)

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19 minutes ago, Doug1943 said:

You don't have to fire live rounds, in order to keep in practice with your firearms.  When ammunition is in short supply -- as it tends to be whenever BLM/AntiFa have a Riot Festival -- or when you can't get to a firing range, you can still practice.  This article shows how: https://uscpt.org/articles/   

 

(There are two more articles on that page, one which is probably known to everyone here, and another on the UN, which seems to me to be a bit of a stretch.)

 

Spend ~ 10 minutes/day on Scoop Drawing and Dry-fire drills, regardless.

 

Stocked up when pistol ammo was ~ $10/50 box. (after bein' trapped with a new-to-me cartridge before that, during the Obammunist drought, when it was over $30.)

 

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23 hours ago, Doug1943 said:

I wonder if anyone has ever tried to form a buyers' co op, so that a group of people can get wholesale prices?  (One more example of why patriots need to organize.)

I think this has been done.  I believe the minimum allotment for a bulk ammo purchase is 25,000 rounds.  Most folks who shoot a lot buy by the 1,000 rounds.

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