You can see the sun already, but it had to rain first. This is the conditions while I was shooting the slow fire prone stage. I’d whine more, but I shot a 95 with 2X so it’s hard to put too much blame on conditions. Then the sun came out. You can see the glare on the front sight. In fact, that was about all I could see. My offhand score cratered and I shot a 256 with 3X overall.
I had fun and got some practice shooting in adverse conditions. A great way to spend a Saturday morning.
The first step, in the direction of preparation to avert war if possible, and to be fit for war if it should come, is to teach men to shoot.
-– President Theodore Roosevelt