After a less than stellar performance at last weekend's IDPA match, I was looking forward to getting to the range and confirming I could still pull the trigger with some success. Setting the target at distances between 10 and 20 yards and moving it around at each mag change added some variety. I also included strong and weak hand shooting in this week's practice session.
Of course, I'm well aware that relaxed shooting at an indoor range is hardly a prediction of match success. But putting a reasonably accurate 100 rounds downrange is enjoyable nonetheless.
Perhaps the most frustrating part of the trip was the revolver shooter next to me who dumped his spent brass into the range's brass bucket at each reload. I was sorely tempted to hand him my brass bag to fill.