Thanks to Jethro and Swampy for doing the work, and to everyone else for participating. I'll be doing more of these when they come up. And for you top shooters on both sides, thanks for giving me a goal to work towards.
Old Geezers, thanks for passing on the wisdom y'all had to learn in your younger days while trying to keep your scalps barefoot in the snow and uphill both ways. :bow: I know I wouldn't have shot nearly as well as I did if it hadn't been for y'alls help. Not that there's not many of us young pups that know a lot of things I'm still trying to learn--appreciate you too.
Looks like the young pups are coming on strong and that's good. Hopefully it's because they have listened to s few of us old farts. Butttt, if you take the first 15 old farts and put them up against the 15 young pups, we beat them by .357. Pretty close shooting no matter how it adds up, and a lot of fun.
Pretty darn good shootin by all!
I would rest easy knowing any of yall had my back.
Jethro and Swampy, Thanks! :bow:
Glad to see a big turn out for this one. :hatsoff:
Noticed Grey Whiskers and I had durn near the same size group! :hmm:
That does it, Next time I aint shootin blindfolded! :rotf:
Good shooting all!..Enjoyed the banter!
This motivates me to shoot more and better against myself.
I spent a couple hours shooting till I felt I could do no better...
Looking forward to shooting this next round of targets.
As long as I improve as I go .
Maybe some day I'll get the hang of off hand shooting.
Practice does make perfect.
THE ADMIRAL is convinced I'm [further] nutz. I had the new front blade taped to one end of a yard-stick out on the back deck and a couple small wood blocks at the other end sighting chickens to trial how wide the notch had to be.
Two hacksaw blades wide (0.065") was perfect width AND a good cutter after I taped them together. (Real gunsmiths cringe at my farmer-fix-ups).