Shooting in Early Spring in the Midwest
You have to love shooting in Ohio during the early spring. One day it's 45 degrees and raining, the next it's 75, and the following day is sleeting or snowing and a 20-degree windchill. This means one day I'm wearing my raincoat, the next a t-shift and shooting vest, and then I'm wearing insulated bibs with layers and insulated golf gloves. All of these variables make it extremely difficult to shoot and move consistently. I can't wait for the summer to get here so that we can at least dress the same way every time that I shoot so that I can have a more consistent routine. It's ok though, a day of shooting in the rain is better than any day I don't get to shoot. Have fun out there!