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Old January 12, 2018, 02:53   #20
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Originally Posted by otis61 View Post
I am planning to do a multi target thing like the one I did a couple years ago. Although it might be a little different, not by much.

One thing I know I want to do different is do it a little earlier before the wind picks up. And possibly see better. Less glare. I couldn't see worth a dang last time. I do have a good spotting scope this time though.
Hey, Otis -

Saturday Morning is 4x401's slot for the Drop 15. He usually starts it at 8:30 or so. Friday morning is Tuscan's Handgun event, and we do that in that slot by tradition, and because we were starting the rifle stuff a bit later for guys who were not showing up Thursday evening or early Friday morning.

So my question is this: do you want to do it Saturday at 11:00AM/11:30AM - right after the Drop 15? It will be a better time than the afternoon when the wind is going a little bit more. We can shoot your thing in the late morning/noon-ish time, and then do the Moses Match (only 200 yards) in the windier conditions @ 2:00PM or so.

LMK. Thanks for doing it.
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