Well I remembered to bring my camera to the range this time, so I figured I might as well post some of the pictures up. My 91/30 Mosin. It's always fun to bring the old gal out, even at 69 years old she's ready to throw down. My Ruger Mark I. It has seen plenty of use, but still shoots great for a 54 year old pistol. It was in a box taken apart and my grandfather told me if I could put it back together I could have it. When he passed away last year it became even more important to me. It's one of my few possessions that means anything to me sentimentally. My father's Ruger Mark III. Shoots great like mine but has a few new features like 1 more round capacity and last round bolt hold open. My father's recently purchased converted Saiga in 7.62x39. He got probably the last one that classicarms had at the time. This was sort of the star of the show today, as he hadn't shot it much yet. After we got the iron sights taken care of, my father mounted his new POSP scope that he just got and the real fun began. These next few pictures were of myself getting ready to shoot and checking out my impact on the paper. They also show some more angles of the 100 and 200 yard range at the club we are members at. We got the AK sighted in pretty well, there will be some more fine-tuning on a day when there is less wind.