Earlier this week, I wrote that it seemed more important to me to hit a target repeatedly with small caliber rounds than to miss with big ones. Not everyone agreed, and that’s perfectly fine with me.
Talking about the applicability of a particular firearm in any given situation is one of the fun elements of the shooting sports. For me, shooting sports are a lot like ice cream. We agree that we all like ice cream, we’re just arguing for our favorite flavors.
Having spent more time than normal on the range this week, I’ve once-again proven there is simply no substitute for trigger time. I’ve spent time with both my own centerfire guns and some comparable test guns in .22 long rifle.
Running both has showed me I’ve let bad habits creep back into my shooting.
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