First we had the Trap field to ourselves for a couple rounds of Trap. The rounds went quick. I shot my semi-auto 12 ga while the SCSon wanted to shoot a 20" barrel12 ga over/under. He probably hit 18-20.
2nd round he went to the new over-under that most of his team mates are shooting. He went 18 straight before missing birds #19 and #23 for a 23 score. I shot about the same, possibly a little better. Maybe even all 25! This was a good round for the SCSon and my best round ever! Sure wish I had taken the camera. As we say, video or it didn't happen. Missing same, call it a fish story.
Then we headed up to the main range to shoot some ePostals. In addition to the normal .22s, the SCSon wanted to try a .40 cal in his exploration of recoil therapy. One reason it doesn't get out much because it throws the brass into the next zipcode.
As much as I was happy with my grouping, it only counts for 1 point. still 4-5 overlapping shots. Need to get the flyers dialed in then we can adjust the sights.
T'was a good day with the SCSon... Can't wait to do it again.
Addendum... I grew up racing sailboats with my dad on the San Francisco bay. Apeus-foredeckus (fore-deck ape) was my title starting at age 12. Capturing the outboard sheet then pushing out the spinnaker pole and snapping it into the mast fitting on a jibe was a rite of passage. The bay is a long way from the Sonoran desert. Still Shotguns a'la a perfect 25 Trap score may be the SCSon's rite....
I hope I am there to help shoot the hat!