kevin c Posted April 13, 2012 Share Posted April 13, 2012 (edited) Both sides (match ammo only vs economizing w/ other loads) have good points. Ideally? Yeah, I'd like to have the money to run my match load all the time, but at 21 cents each round, it adds up quick. And that doesn't even include the wear and tear on the gun. Yes, I have to make a transition from the practice load, be it cheaper but still equivalent PF moly centerfire loads in the same caliber, or 22 LR rounds through my conversion, but I don't think it's something that will throw off the experienced shooter. New shooters, I think, do need to spend at least some time learning recoil management, which shooting 22's will not help with. But for one shot draws, transition drills, movement drills, and accuracy training, lesser loads can get the job done for less money. Edited April 14, 2012 by kevin c Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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