The 'drill' is to set-up your paper target close in to the firing position - say at only five feet distance to start - and fire - any calibre:
One shot holding the gun with both hands -
One shot strong hand only -
One shot weak hand only -
- The game (aim) is to get the three holes touching - in a cloverleaf. - Easy eh !
Gregs photo of his target shot with a Glock 21 .45" ACP Shot at 10ft.
When (if!) you get good at this - you move the target back further away - perhaps to 10 foot.
This is a great idea to challenge yourself while not burning much ammunition (unless you get obsessive ;-) )
Just about everyone I know in Pistol target shooting reloads their own brass - other than a few shooters who stick to .22" rim-fire for precision shooting.
- If you haven't yet tried reloading - have a chat to someone who does reload and see how practical it can be - basically the more you shoot - the more cash you save.
My messy home set-up - the simple press is on the right Corner.
- a Home-made 'loading block' next to it.
Just buy a basic die set for your most used gun and a simple single stage press and have a go. - It really is easy to do as long as you focus and are careful. - You can measure the powder into the cases using simple scoops.
Lee powder Scoop.You may well find that it is very satisfying and relaxing to load a hundred or so used cases to take to the range and re-use - maybe the start of a new interesting hobby.
There's sure to be some youtube videos on reloading if you look.