SIL 2 called to say they were having family over Sunday for lunch and Skeet shooting. For lunch they were serving some gator and wild pig.
I’ve never had gator before and I hadn’t shot in several years so I grabbed my shotgun and we headed out to the sticks.
We arrived a bit late and there was already a crowd back in the field shooting. We had about 20 shooters total. The hubby of SIL 2 was tossing the clays while everyone else was shooting. My son won the first competition by hitting several in a row.
They would shoot a round and everyone would go into the field and retrieve the missed clays and we would start over again.
We went thru over 300 clays and several boxes of shells. We had 12, 20 and .410 gauge shotguns for folks of every size. The kids had a ball and did amazingly well.
Surprisingly enough I did pretty good as well considering how long it had been.
When the kids were done and back at the house the adults broke out the pistols. I had not brought mine so I shot my nephews Glock. I need to take mine next time. It fits my hand better than his did.
Over all we had a ball. I can’t wait to go back soon. I can do without the gator. It was tough to chew. The wild pig tenderloin on the other hand was delicious.
My shoulder is a bit tender but this was a welcome retreat from all the recent goings on.