Pattern grease board.
I shot at the Otter creek gun club (Iowa) . I asked to use the pattern board, fella points it out to me. He mentions it's a grease board. I walk up and it's tinted gray? And it's grease, not paint? They had a tub of grease in front of the board and the grease is tinted gray? I asked a couple guys that worked there and nobody knows how/what the owners used or does to tint grease a color. Fella did mention the owner has even tinted it other colors? Anyone else see this or how/what to use to do it?
Hey Grizzly. Thanks again! She loves the gun. Gave it to her last Saturday, I ran a handful of 3" through it and handed it off to her. She put 25 light trap loads through, cycled them with no problem. Works great, looks great, broke it down and cleaned it. I'm extremely happy with it. First thought I had was, it was a throw away. Get her started and hooked, then move her into something better. But I think we will run it for a couple seasons and see how it goes.
Majority ruled last night. We canceled practice. 6 out of 9 coaches, "thumbs down". Over a little snow and wind? Lol.. I was bringing my gun, figured it would have been slow so I could of shot with the kids. Well now we must squeeze a quick practice in this week. First teams for the season shoot for score next monday.
I saw a new shotgun sport on a TV show a few months ago and can't remember the name or find it online. It was similar to the pistol shooting where they move from station to station and shoot targets at varying distances,only done with shotguns. I believe all the targets are stationary. Anyone know what this is called and any clubs that do it?