And here I thought that that was pretty poor shooting, I wasn't having a very good day, wasn't feeling it, had drank WAY too much coffee that day, and had a wicked crosswind.
But I went anyway, 'cause when things go pear shaped the chances of having a perfect day and that I will be feeling tops are very slim, so practice in all conditions is a good idea.
I went and shot for the E-postal match hosted by Brigid and Partner.
and I came in first and third in class 3. Found this target a VERY challenging one.
I really didn't think either was a winning score. Not an embarassing score, mind you, but not anywhere close to winning. But I sent the targets in anyway. 70 and 65 with the 10-22 and the Buckmark.
I'll be waiting for my trophy and gold medal or whatever to arrive. Rumor has it that there are sports cars for the top shooters as well.
ETA: You should, if you can find the time, try this months postal match. Looks to be challenging as well.
More range time is never a bad thing