An overcast day, sometimes a slight wind. Temperature in the neighborhood of 22 degrees (-5c). Ten miles south of the club, both coming and going, blue skies.
Not a cold 22 degrees, as it was not a damp cold. I had chemical hand warmers but not really needed.
Snow on the ground. Not a problem getting around the club.
The club picked it up a notch, offering 12 stations and 100 targets. For the winter series shoots held through April, 75 targets are presented.
We started out with a three man squad, but at the first station ran into a two man squad. We formed a 5 man squad. Made for a more enjoyable shoot.
I didn't experience any broken targets coming off a machine and did not have to re-shoot any targets.
I enjoyed the target presentations more so than from my last visit.
It was nice to see a few youth shooters at the shoot.
I brought home a turkey and will be having it for Christmas.
Not a problem crossing the border. Both Americans and Canadians seemed to be in particularly good humor. I have a 5 year Canadian Firearms License that makes for quick crossings into Canada.
American who don't have such a license can register a firearm (long gun) to bring into Canada to attend a shoot. The cost is $25 for a 60 day permit. You do the paperwork at the border the day of crossing. The Lost Target website has a page posted that provides guidance.
Feel free to email if you have any questions about bringing long guns into Canada or the USA.