by on July 11, 2018

This past weekend I shot with the Weewahootee Vigilance Committee if you want to call it shooting. I picked up Shelleen and we started west on I4. The sun was coming up and very little traffic made me think “what a nice way to spend a Saturday”. We talked about what happened on WestWorld and there were a few “wait, what's” from me as Shelleen was breaking it down for me. I guess I’ll need to watch the last EP again. Got our grub and pulled on to the range.


Set up our carts, said our good mornings and paid the man. That’s when it started, as soon as I buckled my leather. Stages were not overly difficult, but the Moog may have been overly tired. At least that is my excuse. Stage one 3 misses, stage two, 3 misses and on and on. I thought I heard someone ask if it was my first match. I know I heard Shelleens words of encouragement as I staged my guns “TRY NOT TO SUCK MOOG!” lol. Too late. When the smoke cleared I left with 16 misses. Can't tell you the last time I had a match like that. I know im not really fast but damn. I do admit after the 7 miss I just decided to let it rip. (lol sarcasm)

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So what do you do to get over a match like that? I know what I do I look back and laugh. I think did I have fun, and you hear that one all the time, but did I/you really have fun?  I did. Hanging out with this group it’s hard to not have a good time and I’m sure you’ll laugh with them… I also I try to take away something from each match that I like or was done well and hang on to that till my next match. For example, this last match the drive to the range was nice. What do you do to get over the train wreck days on the range?


Sure the drive was nice if you’re into that sort of thing. It was HOT (typical summer in Florida). I couldn’t seem to find the targets to save my life and I laughed “with them” …. It was still better than a good day at work.

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Madame Moog
I was told once when I shoot like that I should turn around to the crowd and ask them for money for the entertainment! If that was really a thing i would be loaded!! You are right it is better than a day at work..
Leave it where it the past. Some days you shoot well and some days you don't. Your next match will be better. I still might invest in a barrel stretcher if I was you. LOL
lol. where can i pick one up?
Always remember the Cracker Crew motto....We're not laughing with you. We're laughing at you!
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