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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Hedrin, Apr 17, 2016.
When I go to the range I usually bring 3 guns. I'm wondering what others do.
No more then I want to clean. Normally if I am on one range its 2-3.
If it is just me , then one.
When going with friends or showing someone who is new to guns how to shoot , then 2-4.
Really depends on what I'm going for and how much time I have. If I'm practicing with my carry gun, then it's usually the only one I take. If I'm not pressed for time and want to do more, then it's probably in the 3-4 range.
On average two. There will be days I want to only work one gun/caliber. I might have got extra ammo in the closet, or haven't shot a certain one for a while. Then some times three including running a few the the carry gun.
Well, I technically only bring 3, but if I had more lowers it would be more. But then again I never really clean my guns too so YMMV.
Two: either my revolver or 10/22 to work on basic marksmanship and my XDm to work on competition skills.
Usually a bakers dozen!
North Carolina, your state is a range!!!!
2 pistols and 2 rifles because I like to practice weapon transition.
I'll take 1 or 2 to dial in and I have to take a couple 22s to have fun with.
I may not get to all I bring but I take them anyway
2-4. It depends on how long its been since Ive been out shooting.
If its been a while I take more out to get that range fix. Usually shooting just for fun. If Ive gone every weekend of the month I bring it down to just 2, usually a pistol and a rifle and I focus on skill.
Depends, if i'm planning on hitting the main range, then its 1 or 2 long guns and maybe the No Name.
If its the north range, its the benelli and 3-4 handguns, Or maybe just 22s.
It seems I don't get out to the range for fun anymore. I always have works to do like sighting this scope, readjusting those iron sights, testing out this load, etc. In which case I bring only the 3 or 4 guns that need work.
For fun I compete. On those days I only bring one.
I voted for 4.
I usually want to bring them all until I look at my ammo supply and think about the time to clean them and I reconsider.
I said in the survey 4 guns.
I always take a pistol to shoot and one to keep in the holster for back up/protection
And then usually an AR15 and a .22 rifle for fun.
Sometimes I'll bring the hunting rifle, but I usually make a special trip for for rifle shooting from 100yds and out:
Need a sliding range. I seldom take just one or two. More often, I take 3, and if I'm bringing someone, I'll take 5-7 (rifles, ARs, pistols, shotguns). For me, there's no such thing as a 'quickie' when it comes to range time.
Depends on if I have customer guns to be test fired.
If it's just mine, between 3 and 7, one of which is always loaded and in its holster. Lessons learned from the Miami shootout.
Depends if I'm just plinking or working in accuracy. If I'm doing accuracy shooting it's 1. If I'm having fun blowing through my kids inheritance then it's as many as I have cases for and time.
4 is the number I would normally bring were I to visit a range often! I have my own range at home, so numbers don't matter then! If I am hunting prairie dawgs or rats, then I have a few Rifles with me for that ( that's my range time) The rest of the time, I am usually just working in load development and may only have ONE with me at a time! I do carry a high power rifle and pistol at all times living in BIG BEAR country!