|Mt Shasta on the way to the range|
The weather has been mighty fine, yes we need more rain for the cow feed. I'm all hat no cattle now, but will forever be calculating feed conversion ratios. That aside it has been spectacular weather. Just being outside and enjoying the beauty of this place is Awesome.
|Mt Lassen on the way to the range|
T is back from his travels with his lady, and in prepping for his week at Front Sight he asked if I wanted to go to the range with him. Yes Siree! Range bag and I will be waiting at the curb.
First day I shot like crap, would have been more productive in some ways to nail a cow pie to the stand and throw rocks at it.
Thankfully T is the most patient of one on one instructors. I know how lucky I am to have him willing to spend the time with me. Plus he has me shoot whatever in his arsenal he is working with, giving me a much broader experience than I could ever afford otherwise.
Rifles, and shotguns and I get along well. Ring that gong! The pistols are another story. Still love the little Sig, but it's pricey to shoot. Sooo, when I went to my friendly Local gunny store for more ammo, I got a Walther P22. It was a studied purchase and I'm anxious to get it to the range.
|#8 watch for cattle|
Second day on the range was a little bit better, T changed up my drills and I tightened up the pattern. But the little Sig sure didn't like the ammo I had switched to, another lesson learned.
As soon as T is back from Front Sight and I can pickup the Walther, we will go again. In the mean time there is lots to practice and learn.