Monthly Archives: March 2010

Griswald’s Family Shooting Vacation

Where to begin? Monday we looked at 4 huge overweight bags and thought what a nightmare it is going to be to fly to AZ. Why not do a roadtrip? Yes, it is 24 hours in 2 days but we … Continue reading

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Sight Picture for the AR15

Today we had a practice match for the Across The Course with our service rifles. We were able to get our new barrels put on the rifles yesterday and needed to “sight” in the rifles at 200, 300 and 600 … Continue reading

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Twisted Sister!

Charles and I bought new barrels for our AR15’s late last year. We bought an 8 inch twist. One is supposed to be able to shoot an 80 grain bullet very well out of this at 600 yards. We also … Continue reading

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Zinsmaster – Day 4 – Final Day

Sunday was the last day of the 4 day match. I shot much better. I did not crossfire or forget to change sights. I had it tattooed on my hand to remember everything. I cleaned 800 yards with 6X. At … Continue reading

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Zinsmaster – Day 3 – I should have gone home

Sorry, I am late on updating this. I only had my cell phone which was difficult to do this from. Photo is of the 1000 yard target frame. Big eh? But not from 1000 yards away! Saturday was a bit … Continue reading

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Zinsmaster Day Two – Team Match

Randy, Floyd, Jerry and I made up one of the Bald Eagles teams. We came in 4th place! I am happy with that because we had a good score and the top 3 teams were stacked with old timer heavy … Continue reading

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Zinsmaster – Day 1

I am writing this from my phone so please excuse any errors. This morning was a stunning start. A little cool but gorgeous. No wind. I started the day at 800 yards and performed very well. I shot a perfect … Continue reading

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