Sunday, September 27, 2015

Sunday afternoon @ La Roue du Roy

We spent the afternoon shooting sporting clays in Hemmingford, Quebec at Club La Ru du Roy

Graco had installed an adjustable comb on Heide's 1100 and we wanted to give it a workout.

She had already shot skeet and trap with it, but wanting to make sure their was no problem with the settings for sporting as a lot of gun movement that you don't see in skeet or trap.

No face slap, no bruised cheek, and no shooting off the top of targets.  Good to go!

I had a couple of targets on the back course I shot a battery of artillery at but not even a scratch. Unfortunately on the course by are lonesome and no one I could receive guidance from.  Where's all the AA shooters when you need one?

The 5-Stand is still under construction, but the end is in sight.  A heated building for those who wish to shoot throughout the winter in comfort.




Who would not like station #8 on the back course?

Shooters choice!


Crossing the border entering Canada the vehicle was thoroughly gone through.  Most complete inspection of a vehicle and contents that I've experienced in ten years.  Hey, just doing their job! When the inspection was completed I asked the person who inspected if he'd like to join us at the club to shoot some clay targets as only a 15 minute drive.

On returning to the states the border agent was someone who knew me from my military days....

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