Its about that time

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.