but overcast and chilly and foggy does take some of the fun out of it. Especially when there's just enough wind to move all those little water droplets onto everything, and you have to keep wiping off the lens.
Since the indoor ranges don't allow draw & fire, this outdoor range is the only place I can live-fire that way. So add in hands chilly and getting a bit stiff, that there is some realistic practice.
And, especially now, having a .22 conversion makes it a lot less painful. Both in money and hands.
One thing: if you can shoot accurately in this, you should be in decent shape if things go pear-shaped.