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Sunday, August 2, 2015

My most recent range visit


Six government surplus seven-round .45 ACP magazines and my no-frills 1911A1 Springfield Armory.  It was a couple of weeks ago and I spent less than a half hour shooting; it was a quick in and out session, squeezing the trigger as fast as I could re-acquire the sight.

It has been difficult to find the time and energy needed for shooting (and for blogging).  Sometimes life gets in the way of how we prefer to live.





1 comment:

Glenn B said...

I hear you too, life is that way sometimes. Luckily for me, I have a short road trip planned for next weekend to get me out of the doldrums. My son and I are going to the 8th Annual NE Bloggershoot in NH. That is always fun and doing something with my son is a privilege that I enjoy more than my son may ever realize.

All the best,
Glenn B