Am I doing OK? Thats a funny question for anybody over 60 YO.
About 10-15 years ago I fell and tore my left shoulder. I discovered by working with 15-20# dumbbells four to five days a week that I could strengthen the muscles and tendons enough that I could draw my bow again and do everything I needed without any pain at night. So when my son decided to go into the army he asked me to buy him a set of heavy weights for him to work with. Last summer, I went outside one morning to work with my weights and I noticed his laying under the porch so I decided to try his. Well, as any body who works with weights knows, that just wasn't the best idea of the day. Afterwards my wife told me I had two choices, go and get cut on and have everything sown back together and not go elk hunting or to go elk hunting and risk dying if I killed an elk and things went wrong while wresting it around. So with the choice being between getting cut on by some fool with a knife or going elk hunting, my decision was easy to make. Now that hunting season is over I guess I have got to make an appointment to get myself repaired.
I am thinking about going down to Butner in March if my son has the weekend off and wants to shoot. If he wants to bring a buddy with him to shoot then I might not actually shoot myself but merely offer my usual sage critique of their shooting skills. I will not know until he knows what his schedule is
North State Shooting Club