Monthly Archives: November 2015

The end of the shooting season….

Saturday, November 28th. The last Swiss Rifle match of the 2015 season. No more competition of any kind until spring of next year.   After the allowed sighter rounds to confirm zero and foul the bore, we got down to … Continue reading

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Saturday night and I have the place to myself!

Mary went out with the girls so I engaged in some therapy on the archery range!

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How to end a season!

Today was my last CMP match for 2015. The weather at Kimberton was perfect and I felt good. During the prep period, I got into position, adjusted my sling, and checked my rifle to make sure everything was ready to go. … Continue reading

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Therapy and practicality…..

I went to the club the other day as I had gotten off work early and the weather was beautiful! I took my continually evolving Federal Ordnance 1911 to zero both the laser and the fixed iron sights. Previously, the … Continue reading

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Best birthday present ever!

After the Swiss rifle match, Mary and I went to my nephew Logan’s birthday party. And what did I get him you ask? His very first .22 rimfire rifle of his own! A Marlin 795 Liberty Training Rifle. The rifle … Continue reading

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