Is shooting meant to be work, or another escape from the rat race and the holy, high altar of high-tech with its frustrations (for some of us)?
At least you know how to use a handgun.
Today was my first day out of about four (over two years), to barely begin to learn how to hit on or near tiny targets from 120 yards with my Yugo Mauser's iron sights.
Any gun training or fun might be viewed as progress.
I still dislike the tiny notch in the Mauser's rear leaf, and lack of any rear aperture, but being able to destroy a small concrete target can make it worthwhile.
But unlike the case with so many young guys, it's not meant to impress other people (or this middle-aged guy). The goal is to have fun and
forget modern life etc.
Last edited by Ignition Override; March 18, 2013 at 02:48 AM.