First thing was testing the Chip McCormick 10 round Magazine for my wife's STI Spartan. Alas the gun's tolerances proved too tight to simply slip the Kimber 22 upper onto it, my thanks to a wonderful gun doctor who will remain anonymous in case he doesn't want to be besieged with questions from people up shart creek.
Then I finally got my DPMS Sweet 16 zeroed in with it's scope at the 100 yard range on paper. Now I just need to practice up on my rifle shooting.
A fun day all around, with minimal Cletus factor on the unsupervised Conservation Department Range. Alas I haven't as much time to flush this post out but hopefully this proves moderately distracting reading.