The muzzleloader season for deer here in Tennessee opens next weekend, and two weeks after that the rifle season opens. Some preparation has been in order for a while.
I just got my new muzzleloader (a Thompson Center Omega) less than two weeks ago, and I just got the scope mounted on it last week. It was bore-sighted, but it needed to be dialed in. So yesterday, I set out with my muzzleloader, my dad's muzzleloader, and my Browning 7mm Remington Magnum, and headed to the range.
I went with a buddy of mine who had asked me to help him sight in a couple of rifles he has as well. All-in-all, I ended up sighting in both muzzleloaders, my 7mm, a .270, two .30-06s and another rifle of his (can't remember exactly what kind it was). Needless to say, my shoulder is a little tender this morning, heh.
It was a fantastic day. The weather was perfect. We got all of the guns driving tacks out at 100 yards. All while getting caught up with a friend I hadn't seen in quite a while. Now I'm excited for opening day next Saturday.