But I do have some concerns. Such as where, when, and what will the range time cost?
Also, in regards to the type of shooting done, to quote Shooting To Live, target shooting and combat shooting are as different as chalk and cheese. Doing both would be an enormous effort, and perhaps a counter productive one. From a practical standpoint, I think it might be better to focus only on combat type practice since we don't carry for punching holes in paper, especially for OCDO folks. MGO, and other more broad gun organizations seem like they'd be more akin to doing bullseye competition shooting.
It's not that I'm opposed to stationary sport shooting, just that I think it's broadly unrealistic for the needs of a non cop civilian pistol carrier wishing to stay competent with his or her shooting skills for realistic circumstances which he or she may face.
In any case, having a monthly or bi monthly, even quarterly shooting meet up could be pretty fun, regardless of what gets covered.