Roger in Cleveland sends in today’s Q&A podcast question asking about practicing the Texas Star.
Roger only has access to an indoor range, and he’s getting his clock cleaned by the Texas star at matches. Is there a way to practice this target when you don’t have one?
Unfortunately, I don’t really think so. The thing about the Texas star is that it moves, sometimes unpredictably. Depending on which plate you shoot first, it’ll go one way or another, and act differently depending how you shoot it. The guys that are really goo st Texas stars are the guys who have an idea how it’s going to react, and unfortunately, I can’t think of a way to get that sort of practice in dryfire.