I've been trying to use up odds and ends of bullets I cast who knows how long ago and have been doing pretty good . In spite of cutting wood , grading lumber , catching cold and other winter stuff I've been keeping at drawing down stocks but today might take a little more convincing to get me outside . The ammo is loaded and sitting on the edge of the bench just waiting to go , targets are made up , rifles are ready .
Just one little thing in the way , when I got up this morning it was ten degrees . OK , I can light a fire in the range house to counter that . Just one little thing ...... the snow is moving sideways at a pretty good clip and obscures the target pretty good . Tough to evaluate ammo with sight conditions like that .
Maybe move on to plan "B"