Another one addicted. Soon you'll be squirreling away your coffee money and tucking it into a never used corner of your billfold to be brought out only on Sunday. You'll start to make trade-offs; "If I skip lunch at McDonald's today, I'll get one more round of skeet on Sunday."GrownManRunnin said:The reason I asked the question is mostly to see how much an average day of shooting will cost me. I've been to the range only twice and only shot 6 rounds... 150 shells total for both days. Both times I was only there under an hour and I didn't really want to leave. This could really get expensive!!! I just bought 2 cases of shells for $4.28 a box... a good price from what I've gathered. At loch raven skeet and trap where I've been shooting it costs $5.75 a round of trap for a non-member. If I shot 10 boxes thats $44.94($42.80+ tax) plus $57.50 for like 2 hours of shooting.Wow $102.44 for 2 hours, I better start looking for a membership fast!!!
I'm a pretty low volume shooter, and my scores prove it. :lol: I typically shoot 3 or 4 rounds of skeet once a week (I live 75 miles away) if the weather is decent. I show up when the range opens at 1 and usually stay until 3:30 or 4. I just like being there. It is one place I've found (besides SGW) where people speak my language.GrownManRunnin said:When you go to the range, how many rounds of trap/skeet/wobble/5 stand do you typically shoot in one visit? How long do you usually spend at the range?