Today I took 4 young men to the range. One wants to be a Marine, another has designs on being am Air Force Para-Jumper. I started them out shooting on static targets at 4 yards. Then they shot 8 steel targets (5 large and 3 small poppers). The one who wants to be a PJ started to shine. Next I introduced them to slicing the pie, active reloads, and moving targets (a drop turner and a swinging taget). Finally I gave them some hostage rescue shooting (three threats with no-shoots in front of them). Yes, we had some wounded hostages. They finished up with more steel shooting. We exhausted the 500 rounds of .45 I reloaded. I placed the Kimber .22 converstion kit on my 1911 and we worked through a significant portion of 350 rounds of .22 LR. All in all I suppose we shot some 750 rounds.