Yesterday, I started out the day by going to a Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) school. I used to attend these six or seven times a year, when I lived in Socorro. After I moved to Rio Rancho, my attendance dwindled. Thankfully, I was able to make today’s shoot.
I shot like garbage. I need to replace the sights on my AR-15, as the ones I have mounted have no elevation adjustment. I found that if I aimed at the bottom of the berm at 100 yards, I could hit high on the target. I will have to work on this. I scored a 126/500, missing every shot in the standing stage. I am typically in the 350-400 range. Even so, I had a great time!
After the shoot, I went back to my office and knocked out two weeks of lesson plans for my Amateur Radio License course. I was pleased about that!
I also helped a student in hydrology, as she is trying to get LabVIEW to interface her equipment. So far, no dice.
In the evening, I did some shopping and some work around the house.
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