On the other hand, running yourself out of ammo is a sin.

The problem with scattering targets around an area you walk through regularly is that you’ll be tempted to shoot at them.

Of course that’s also the reason I scattered the targets, so mostly it’s just important to carry practice ammo. You know, the kind you can reload yourself when the store shelves are empty – not that anybody around here sells .44 Special anyway.

Oh, I have lots. I got caught with my pants down on certain calibers the last time this happened seven or eight years ago and I try to only repeat the fun mistakes. When I got this much better pistol over a year ago, I took advantage of an opportunity to stock up. Still…


My supply of storebought is finite. I thought this particular box had more left. Shouldn’t have given in to the temptation of plinking with it.


The L-frame isn’t what you’d choose for gunfighting, but it’s hell on wheels for versatility. If I just do my part and remember to carry the right ammo.

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One Response to On the other hand, running yourself out of ammo is a sin.

  1. Mike says:

    “A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition”

    ― Rudyard Kipling

To the stake with the heretic!