No boots required

After a wet and stormy night, the weather cleared to leave a cloudy but dry day. The ground was hard and dried out as the morning passed (no need for boots) and we parked by the firing point. Wind was straight down the range so didn’t interfere with zeroing.

No guests on this occasion – no doubt the weather had them tucked up in bed.

We shared the complex with military units on B & C ranges using lots of taxpayers’ money doing CQM (but better that than some).

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