25 or lower
200 or higher
as much as you can
To answer the OP, I shoot about every other day, 100 to 250 rounds each day. It depends on the weather and my To-Do-List. I average around 10,000 rounds a year. I reclaim my lead from my sand pit, so my only recurring costs are primers and powder.
The reason I'm telling you all this Lisa is because Ruger also makes the LCR in 22 caliber. It's exactly the same as the 38 special. So.... ya get to practice a whole lot with inexpensive 22's and when ya pick up the 38, it feels and functions exactly the same. My girlfriend is also getting the LCR 22. I recommended that she get the 22 first, but she wanted the 38 first as she knew I would be reloading for us. You would save enough in ammo cost by getting the 22 first so that in a short while you could get the 38 and have two extremely fine guns.
Here are two videos.
The first is an honest in-depth review of the Ruger LCR 38 special. Ruger LCR .38 Special - YouTube
The second is a review of the LCR in both 22 and 38 special and the reason for owning both. Ruger LCR 22 Range Test and Review - YouTube
I hope this helps,
100 to 150 rounds a trip, two trips a month most of the time. This past Monday, I took two guns.
Depends on what I take...
45 ACP: 100-150
I voted 200+ rounds per range trip. I have a range membership and I visit the range at least 3 times a week. When I go to the range I normally take 5 guns with me. I normally shot at least 100 rounds per each gun if not more.
It depends. I was out on Saturday. It's great when it's cold, because no one comes out. I probably put a couple of hundred rounds through the .22. It's fun to shoot, easy, and non-fatiguing. Plus it doesn't cost much. I only put about 40 rounds through the Eagle, because I'm paying over $1.50 every time I pull the trigger. Talk about incentive to learn to shoot properly and accurately. Next trip to the range will be the 9mm, and I anticipate 200 rounds + through it. It's my relaxation time - early morning's there's no one there. Good times.
Well, the wife and I went to the range for a short trip this morning(cold as heck), and I ran 16 rounds thru my Hi Point C9 and she ran 24 rounds thru it. I also ran 24 rounds thru my Beretta BU-9 Nano. With the availability of 9mm being pretty skinny right now, we have not been shooting quite as much.
If i total them all usually 125-200
Ill usually shoot a box in each caliber then finish with .22 lately with the ammo shortage ive been takign more time between mags and not shooting as fast.
I shoot about a 100 rds in each gun that I bring to the range and I take about 4-6 guns each time I go.
Well, I took my BU9 Nano to the range this morning, but only ran thirty rounds through it. The wind was blowing out of the North so hard and in my face that my hands were trembling badly! After five magazines full I called it a day. Damn.
Between the 2 handguns, I generally run between 50 to 75 rounds. Beyond that ammo is just getting to damned expensive.
I didn't vote because......
1.) My house sits on 6.78 acres in rural Arkansas so I can shoot in my front yard so no need to go to the range.
2.) I have another piece of property where I have a simple shootin' range. Plus it's surround on 3 sides by a clearcut and I can shoot out to about 1,200yds in the clearcut.
3.) Sometimes I'll shoot a couple of rounds, other times I'll shoot a couple of hundred.
I try to shoot as much as I can when I'm at the range. Lately its been 50 rounds or so because of how hard it is to find ammo for handguns where I live (Central Indiana). I have been taking my new favorite gun target every time I visit the range. It has a break away black color target, and the underneath is a bright green color. Its called Splatter Shot, I'd recommend them to anyone who wants an easy to see target https://www.facebook.com/pages/Splat...24604250979775
My son and I go to the range at least once/wk. We will shoot between 200-300 rounds per visit. Sometimes we will take as many as 7-8 pistols when we go. I think there was a time or two when we may have shot close to 400 rounds. Obviously we reload and spend time picking up our brass as well as brass that anyone else doesn't want.
usually about 100 9mm rounds each in the bp9cc and the g26, about 100 40 through the g23, another 100 380 the bersa380cc, 50 38's through the S&W 357, 50 25's if the wife is with.
100-200rds per visit. I need to start reloading before I can justify shooting more.
If funding, availability of ammunition, and the need for nutrition and sleep weren't factors; I'd still be at my first range session.
I am a new shooter and one guy told me not to load up the mag. Take your time. Load 5 rounds or so and just work in consistent good habits. I sometimes only load 2 or 3 rounds. I think about technique a lot more instead of just pummeling the paper.
I usually shoot 6 mags (12 rounds each) of 40 S&W in my XD, and 6 mags (10 rounds each) of 22 cal in my Ruger Mark II each time I go to the range. I go to the range 5 times a month.
If I travel up north to my property for a weekend, I can go through 100's of rounds each. I go there once a month.
Wow, when I write this down, it makes me think I'm spending too much money on ammo. Don't tell my wife! (I owe you one)
I don't go shooting much anymore, but for my handguns?
I'll bring my 357 and do about 50-100 rounds of 38 and about 20 of 357.
I'll bring my Walter P1 and do about 100 rounds.
If have a .22, I'll bring it and go through whatever I feel like. Not latley so much since I sitll can't find rimfire ammo.
Before I sold my 30-30 I'd do about 2 boxes during a range visit (40 rounds). More than I needed to but hell its fun
Well, .380 ACP is tough to get around my area. It has really cut into shooting my pistols as much as I used to, but I did go to the range this morning and put four magazines through my Ruger LCP.