Shooting wise, at least.
One of the guys I shoot with wanted to change things up from our normal…
Wind was 4 knots from directly behind.
Range was 50 yards..
Target was NRA small bore 50 foot targets
Caliber was .22 LR.
From the bench. I used a rest with a sandbag at the butt of the rifle. Others used lead sleds.
all 5 shot groups except the center one, which was 10. I’m kinda happy with my progress.
Progression was left to right, top to bottom with the center target last (yeah, I know that’s not the proper way to do it, but that was the way we shot it). It was a fun improvisation.
We hadda put the lines on the targets ’cause after 2 or three shots the four of us shooting had nothing decent to aim at, so we improvised. Aiming at a hole didn’t give a precise enough aiming point.
This was the second of 3 targets. The first had no lines, making aiming problematic, the third had a bit of a gusty crosswind, so the groups opened up a bit.
‘Twas a decent challenge for me and Vera2, the non-Ruger 10-22.
I was shooting Tac-22 black box