It has been a very long and eventful season. I’ve burnt up in excess of 3000 rounds, brought my personal best up 30 points, won some medals, shot in matches all over the country and started to get serious about Service Rifle. But all good things must come to an end.
This was the last regular season match at Kimberton Fish and Game, it was a typical summer day, except it was December. It was hazy and warm in the mid to high 60s.
Slow prone went well, 97-3, I’m pretty happy with that, especially with the dark conditions and HXP.
That proved to be the bright spot of the match as things went down hill from there. Popped a couple 7’s in rapid prone and a pair of misses in off hand to wrap it up. Can’t win them all I suppose.
Now that the season is over, I’m not going to sit just around. There is a freezer match in January and then some “shoot and scoot” high power format practice matches I plan on attending before the regular season picks back up in April. I am especially excited to get my new 4x scope mounted to my service rifle and try it out!