Two of my sons and I had the chance to go shoot in the Karstetter Memorial Field Match near Wilbur, WA. The match is a college education fund raising event for the children of Matt Karstetter. Matt was a former Marine and a very passionate shooter, after he was killed in a work-related accident some of his shooting partners and friends organized this match to help his family. I have shot at this match three of the four years it has been held; once with one son, then all three of my sons and this year the two oldest sons. I was shooting a 260Rem, one of my sons also shoots a 260 and the other one shoots a 6 Creedmoor. There were some creative shots from an old car, a water trough, prone shots, etc. Ranges varied from a close range pistol target to 1,070 yards. Plus, one stage included an M249, my first time shooting fully auto - if someone else was footing the ammo bill I'd like to spend some more time with that gun! (the M249 in the background) This was the scenery we left at the shooting match ......................... and came home to this scenery. Apparently the new pivot is a little longer than the old one it replaced ............... and a well rooted tree doesn't move easily. It was a great way to spend time with my sons and help raise some money for a good cause. BTW, any of you car guys know the year and model of that old car? My son asked me, I was guessing around a '38 Plymouth.