...why, you might ask? Well, take a tip from a veteran road warrior and try not to lose the keys to your rental car...unless, of course, you really enjoy long rides in tow trucks...LOL!
Anyway, I shot the Wild Bunch at Winter Range match clean today, but far too slow...I started the match conservatively and somehow never found the faster gear. As a result I finished 45 out of 71. I start the main match tomorrow at 8AM...am hopeful I can, to borrow a phrase, kick things up a bit. The weather was just perfect, and — as is the standard for Winter Range matches — all the stages were excellent.
Saw the prototype Para USA "Wild Bunch" GI Expert .45 ACP, done in conjunction with SASS...almost as cool as my faux-1911A1 Para. Had some bumps with my ammo, but it's a proto...hope to get one of my own to wring out pretty quickly (predictably, my C&S faux-1911A1 Para ran flawlessly, except when I forgot to squeeze the grip safety...girly man hands...girly man hands...).
Too tired to write more, so read Frank James on PDWs...he is the only bean farmer in America with extensive experience in little things that buzz!