shoot straight. I had a bud who missed 4 different animals this year. twice with muzzleloader, once with bow and another time at my house with a rifle.I'm in the winter mode, so other than shoveling snow and snowmobiling, my main activity is morning exercises and shop projects. Yesterday, I did some shooting at my home range in prep for a cow hunt in WY, and had to don snowshoes. Just a 400 yard jaunt was a butt kicker.
I guess that it's time to kick it up a notch.
I've been pretty consistant through the years, as long as I don't rush my shots I tend to hit what I shoot at. 30-06 Tikka w/ 180 gr. Nosler Partitions just centered the gong at 100 and 200 yards. The heavy snow in SW Wyoming has pushed the cow elk right to the edge of my friend's ranch, so it will likely be a whole lot easier than a couple years ago when I had to hike 2,000' up the mountain every day.shoot straight. I had a bud who missed 4 different animals this year. twice with muzzleloader, once with bow and another time at my house with a rifle.