Yesterday I was supposed to go to Pennsylvania to shoot sporting clays with my friends at Streamlight. Seems easy enough, doesn't it? Well, factor in the United "computer problem," 3500 grounded planes, air travel in shambles for the whole day and you have Michael B at Denver International at 2AM looking for his shotgun.
Been easier to get to the moon.
So I took the surprise day to round up some office furniture I needed, since I'm still too damned tired to do any shooting. Tomorrow, maybe, on the Redhawk .45 ACP/.45 Colt. I think the next project I'm going to finish up is the .458 SOCOM AR, since I can now get a little bit of ammo and the reloading
components. The Wilson upper is good; I just need to finish the lower and get an Ace stock. I also want to start working with the 6.5 Creedmoor a bit. I've got a little bit of factory match to start with.
BTW, serious congrats to Scott McRee of McRee's Precision, who built my wonderful FNH-based .308, for nailing multiple titles at his first .50 Caliber World Championships at Whittington last week. He shot on Team Thunder Ammo 1, which took top team honors. He also earned Rookie of the Year, 2nd place in Hunter Class for Score and 5th in Hunter Class for Group. That is DARNED good shooting, even for a long range master like Scott McRee! Congrats, Scott! And if you're looking for a world class rifle, check out McRee's.