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Old 05-21-2020, 08:42 PM   #1
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shooting under the lights

I like shooting at night, under the lights. A club I use to shoot at had a fine night shoot. The owner had to run me off several times cause I tried to shoot all night.We had big crowds, just a lot of fun. Do any of you shoot under the lights? Tell us if you like it , dislike it. Your thoughts on this. The owner told me once he was just gonna leave and come back at 8 am to see if i'd still be shooting.
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When I lived out West, we had a fun league and depending on the time of year, we shot at night, even when it was snowing - that was a lot of fun. We used a burn barrel during that time to warm your hands and some ammo..........
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I rarely shot good scores with white birds under the lights. Moved to a place that threw white birds against a cliff background....my scores went up under the lights. lol
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I rarely shot good scores with white birds under the lights. Moved to a place that threw white birds against a cliff background....my scores went up under the lights. lol
Unless you have a visible background for a reference, shooting at night takes away your depth perception - but yes, it is a hoot!
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