Propellerhead wrote: Thanks. I was gonna keep shooting more to get a 50 but it was taking forever for the targets to quit moving when I slid them to the 7 yard line. My friend in the next lane over was blowing large jagged holes in her target while I spent most of my time waiting on my targets to quit swinging.
I was at the range today with my son to shoot my Ruger P89 & Blackhawk .357. These are basically quiet little guns. Unfortunately, the pistol range was full, so we ambled on over to the rifle range (indoor).
The first thing we noticed was how much louder some of the rifles were. The guy at the end had a scope on something with a barrell the size of a shotgun. We could feel the compression from three lanes over. Then the lane next to us was filled with someone shooting an assault rifle. Everytime he fired, our target was blown sideways.
Eventually we were able to retreat back into the pistol range as a lane opened up.
I'm not complaining. I'm impressed.
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