Sunday morning Bob and I met Greg, my stepson, down at the farm south of town to zero in our rifles. Greg brought all the gear and did not take us very long to get sited in. Our guns were basically right on the target with only one going out at the beginning and corrected. We shot near a beautiful majestic 70 year old wild pecan tree and was told that the MS River had gotten about 6 feet above the treeline during the great Flood of 2011. The property ends about ½ mile from the river. Below are a few pictures I took at the farm and we are set to go for deer/hog season beginning soon our great wild outdoors. GOODHUNTING to one and all!
Greg checking the shots made on targets at 100 yards
Greg checking his .30-06 rifle.
You can almost see where the waterline was 6 feet up this pecan tree.
Shooting near this majestic wild pecan tree.
Shooting my .270.