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I took part in the Garand, Springfield, Vintage and Modern Military Rifle (GSMM) Match at Camp Perry this morning. Temps were in the mid-30s, but everyone seemed to have a smile on their face. The guy I was paired up with was shooting a beautiful 1903 Krag. I love events like these. No one is too stressed out about the competition and it's like being part of working history museum where you actually get to shoot.

I shot a respectable score and didn't have to hang around for the awards ceremony. :p
 

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I don't know if it's just me but it's more satisfying shooting in the cold, snow, or rain. I might just be crazy.
 
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I've shot and sweat at Camp Perry in July a number of times. I'll take the cold.
You can add layers (hat, gloves, facemask, etc) and beat the cold - unless you bring a battery-operated fan with built-in mister and water tank, then you cannot beat the heat!
 
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