About once a week, 100 rounds each visit.
I try to do a good 100 round warm up with the Mk II Target and then move on to the G19 for a few magazines. If I like the way I'm shooting, I move on to longer iron.
One club is less than 3/4 mile from my house.
I can ride my bike there, shoot 80 - 100 rounds, and be back home in less than an hour.
All mags are pre-loaded at home to save time at the range.
Usually between 100 and 200rds.
I put 5 magazines through my G42, and six through my PPS this morning. The PPS is in .40, so six magazines is about all my hand can take. Lol.
I drill my double taps and defensive fire a lot. So I usually do 150 - 200, but call it after that. Range time can get expensive.
at least 50 rounds of 9mm, 24 rounds of 45 acp and about 20-50 rounds of 22lr all pistols. Have not shot the ar15's in a bit.
when i bought my first two handguns, i was basically doing as much as i could in 30mins or 1hr.... which usually was about 100 to 200 rounds, and i would work on double taps, and loading only 2 rounds in each mag and doing quick mag reload's.. and would mix it up...
now the range i go to has programs you can run , for the targets.. so i have a bunch of options to choose from... and now i work more on quality over quantity... the last couple of times i've gone, i've just done 30mins which if i pre-load all of my mags that i bring, is plenty of time...
I go to a state range, you could only have 6 rounds in the mag at a time so it takes a while to get off 150 rounds but I do. The 40 S&W only 2 mags, 9mm XD9c 4 mags and the sig 380 3 mags. I'm lucky cause I can go during the week when most people are working.
My wife and I go out once a week, with four guns and shoot about 150 rounds of 9mm.
Lately, I've been doing 220-240 through my Bushmaster and typically 20-50 through the shotgun. Through my pistols, it's 200.
Many know I've been well served by the Taurus PT-111 G2 now with over 2,000 rds both FMJ and SD rounds without a single FTF or FTE nothing has broken or given me issues. So now when I do take it to the range I'm not trying to determine its reliability, it became one of my EDC guns after the first 500 trouble free rounds. So when I bring it to the range I shoot 50 to 100 rds. I actually shoot the Ruger SR 22 a lot more, the ammo is cheaper and its roughly the same size as the Taurus G2 .
I would like to add my two cents. I always buy twice as much ammo at the range than what I plan on shooting. Sometimes I may buy 2-300 round boxes of Troy Landry "Choot 'Em" ammo (.22LR). I never use any ammo from my home supply. Sort of like the financial experts saying do not touch the principle, only use the interest.
I always bring home additional ammo and never take away from my stockpile.
My .357 mag and the .38's that I use at the range are basically the same as the .22 LR I use. If I put 50 rounds in the .357 (or .38) I will bring home 50.
One other item. My wife tells me, "I want you to go to the range this Sunday" or "Let's go to the range this weekend". I am always smiling God, I love her!
Now that the temps are above freezing I am up to 200-300 rounds twice a week. If I shoot 100 rounds of 357 mag then I only shoot 150 of 9mm. I have a Coonan classic in 357 mag so it doesn't take long to empty the mags. Shooting is a lot more fun when it's warm.