One thing you quickly discover immediately following the purchase of your first firearm is all the accessories you have to purchase to maintain and practice with your new gun. One such accessory is, of course, ammunition and there’s no way to skirt that issue unless you dry fire practice with your handgun.
Make Your Own Shooting Targets
At least one target is provided at most indoor shooting ranges with your purchase of one hour practice schedule. You have to provide your own targets for outdoor shooting ranges and that can get expensive especially if you use colored or specialized targets that help you see how you performed.
Here’s some clever ways to make your own specialized targets…
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