It's a cut-and-paste, but I thought it was explained better than what i was about to write...this question is academic, but can anyone tell me why humid air is less dense? It seems counter intuitive to me. thanks.
I am always trying to get a friend in to precision shooting but its hard due to cost and time needed. Usually I just take them out and we have a fun weekend a couple times a year and the rest of the year I am alone (like Mark Whalberg in Shooter) or with my 7 year old as well. I make sure to bring my boys scoped .22lr so he can feel like a "sniper" and have fun targets printed for him.Re: For the new guys
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Originally posted by L.London:
<span style="font-weight: bold"> Get a shooting parter. One that is serious about shooting. You can learn from them. They can learn from you. Sometimes you need someone to spot what you are doing wrong.
Range time. Spend QUALITY time on the range. Do it as often as possible.
</span></div></div>And what to do if there isn't a good shooting partner that you know of?
Honestly, I don't know anyone remotely interested in accurate shooting. I know a few guys that like shooting, but it's either shotgunning, or just weekend blasting.
I do 98% of my shooting alone. Ocassionally my son (7yr old) goes with me, but that's about training him. Where does one hook up with someone that has the common interest? I guess a match, but if you don't even know how to get in to one, or what to do, it doesn't make things easier.