i bet it did. I shake a bit too much in all conditions, never mind putting a buck in front of me. 10 cups of coffee a day may have something to do with it.I grew up hunting woodchucks. Lots of long range shooting with nothing but a rucksack and a pair of binoculars. Taught me a few things
I actually looked at some at the local gun shop yesterday. I used to shoot regularly with a Remington .22. Could easily shoot out back with no issues with that. I might get on that. Suburban living at its finest. Flush.Not sure of your situation but trigger time with a 22 is very beneficial and can be dome in a lot more places. Egg shoots are fun.
That is sad. I know one of the places we used to hunt is now a winery. Dad also took us to New York and we hunted alfalfa fields. Lots of targets of opportunity back then.In Ct. since coyotes moved in woodchucks are rare animals.
I'm with you KC. Growing up we used to shoot all the time. Now it's whenever I'm up north you break out the irons and sight in or just have a little fun. Definitely not enough to be proficient. Sadly most of the places we used to shoot have been shut down due to people trashing the places. Is it really that hard to haul your shot up junk out with you. Quite a few places up north are starting to look the same way too. I'm in the same town as you and don't have a clue as to where to shoot.I’m envious of the guys that shoot a lot and have a place to do it. Since I moved down here it’s been a constant struggle. Feel like I’m always rushing. Shoot a bit on a fishing trip, try to squeeze in an hour here or there when doing something up north. Never feel relaxed or enjoy it, because I’m usually sighting in or checking zeros. I have to change that.