I shoot Bullseye for several reasons. Those who know me can report that, yes, my #1 reason is for the camaraderie; I just plain like the people I meet who are shooting Bullseye.
Five days, four guns, nine disciplines and over a thousand rounds, that was the Arizona Desert Midwinter competition for 2010.
I’ve been shooting Bullseye a little over four years, since early 2005.
The wife is still on the fence about going downtown today.
Before The Desert Midwinter competition for 2009 Conventional Pistol begins today with a 900 for service pistols.
I absolutely love central Pennsylvania, from the southern border with Maryland all the way up to New York state.
I travel for a living. My job often sends me out on a Monday and home again on Friday but sometimes there’s a Sunday “out” or a Saturday “back” day.
Here are some less-than-obvious values to good equipment.
The bullet goes where the gun was aimed when the hammer was released.