It's sunny, 82 deg. hum. 42% here - know what this would be a good day for?
Shooting of course! Unfortunately I don't have my target stuff with me - I knew I should've loaded that stuff back up. :mad:
'Course there's the indoor range; it's not outside but shooting is shooting. There are lot's of good days around here to shoot, when it's sunny, cloudy, rainy, hot, cold, just right, etc. I mean after all, if our time comes it may not be when the temperature is 82, low humidity, bright sunny skies with the sun in the BGs eyes of course. I'm pretty sure BGs are not fair weather friends.
And there's after dark shooting - I'd shoot more at night than in the daytime if it was still permitted at the range. We had an accident at the range a few years back when a man and his son were shooting a full auto Mac 10. The son let the gun rise and fired one over the back stop which hit a man in his yard. He lived, but we nearly got shut down.
Since then, there's no more shooting at night and you have to be range certified for full auto. Plus they put up these big baffle systems at the handgun and plinking ranges to keep a round from straying over the backstop.
But, since I can shoot during the day at off peak times at the indoor range, I can lower the lights and operate by flashlight. The idea is to load, shoot, reload with only the light of the flashlight or no light at all. I haven't done that in a while, I gotta do that soon.
But right now I need to continue testing guns to see which one is the best for you guys to carry. Boy, the sacrifices I make for you guys! I'll probably wind up shooting 300 rounds tomorrow. But, what are friends for!
Unlike last week, this week I'm gonna actually time the shots and I think I'll use separate targets for each gun and score them. You guys are so demanding.
Oh well, I can see P95 counting words so I'd better cut this short. :biggrin: