Welcome to my first day back of shooting at all what so ever for about 3 months.
I got to shoot my 1872 Pat. Factory Colt Pocket .38Colt today...man was it great what a feelin' that lil' piece of history put in me...it alone was worth the ride :O)
But first I shot this one with the .38spl with HBWC hollow base wad cutters...It shot great I bounced a can from 10 paces to 20 paces and hit it all 5 times with my 1861 Pietta Colt/Kirst .38spl ... Nailed it!
The One I tried one round in before that smokeless cart was my Ruger Police Service Six .357 mag 2 3/4" bbl SS Rev. got so excited forgot to take a pic of it alone.
The Winchester Model 270 .22 RF Pump shot perfectly and flawlessly was very happy with it and pounded tin with both left and right hand shootin'...
Anyway I had a great time ... took a walk and sat on a log jus' lookin' around , thinkin' and smilin' :O)
It was a good day!
Here's the rest of the Pics,
This is a fire line where the California station fire was stopped in the Angeles National Forest, where the Range is
The Camp fire...
It was a truely great day one I'll remember along time.