worth the trip. Some skeet(it'd been a long time), and some bench work with rifles. If I hadn't had stuff I needed to do at home, there'd have been pistol time after late lunch.
Ref the skeet: I was demonstrating my usual lack of skill at wingshooting when friend I was with handed me a Browning autoloader and said "Try this one." Damn. I was hitting singles and doubles with no problem, and I was thinking "Maybe I need one of these." Then I found out what they cost... But it'd still be nice.
Rifles, besides getting some sight adjustment done, there's this 200-yard gong. Didn't always audibly ring when you hit it, but it was fun when it did. Even managed to hit it a few times with a .22; no ring, but you could see the tiny splotches in the paint. I think if the wind had been less I could've hit it a lot more.
It was damned nice to do most of the shooting for fun, instead of having a series of loads to test. Which is what the next range session will be.