I spent the late morning and afternoon at the shop as I had two appointments. By the time I got home at 3:30pm it was almost 100. The heat is back.
Cameron Mesirow (Glasser) was having a CD release event. No camera or video was allowed (nothing worth filming or shooting anyway). Here is a short clip where I just pointed my cell at the ground and shot a video so folks can hear the pointless noise that some felt was some form of music. I was not one of them.
How come anybody that "thinks" they can sing thinks they should sing?
Today I went out to http://www.moorenmoore.com/ to do a bit of sporting clay shooting. I had been using my Beretta 391 autoloader the last few times I went out and seemed shoot better than I had been doing with my 686 over/under. Today I opted for the O/U as it was hot outside and the less time spent at the cleaning station after shooting the better.
I tried something a bit different today. Before attempting to shoot at anything that moved I thought I'd hit the pattern boardto confirm my sight picture and confirm what the chokes I had in the gun were actually doing. A confirmation of fit and a bit of warmup at the same time.
I seemed to shoot whatever I shot the most often better when it came to one gun or the other. Perhaps this was the main factor?
In the end, taking about ten shots at the pattern board was the right call. I only missed one clay out of more than a dozen shots taken on station 9.