"Can't Raise an Eyebrow"
@OkieStubble, I shoot a lot more slow fire targets than I do timed/rapid. I probably should practice timed and rapid fire targets more than I do, but with ammo and time constraints, I don't. Anyways, my point is, order more slow fire targets than timed/rapid. I will typically shoot on average four slow fire targets, three to warm up on and one for score, then I'll shoot my timed and rapid targets for score without any practice. If all my targets suck, I may shoot more slow fire to see if I can get one worthy of scoring, but by this time my shoulder is complaining or fatigue sets in and more shooting in the session is usually futile. I may shoot as many as 100 rounds with most of it slow fire. Depending on what ammo I have on hand, I may shoot my first few "warm up" targets with bulk ammo and switch to "the good stuff" for score on slow fire. I'm not sure if it is worthwhile to use the "good stuff" on timed and rapid or not.