I got to go out and shoot today. For the most part, when I go out to shoot, I go to my grandparent’s property. At this time, they have a pit that I use for a range until the oil company fills it in. The spot that I tend to shoot across puts my targets about 35 yards out. It was also a bit windy with a crosswind right to left. That being said, I tend to shoot about the same conditions. For some reason, I was just having an off day. I spent most of the day low in the dirt, but was all around the targets. I tried to relax, reset my platform many times, slowed down and worked on my breathing, and even changed pistols, as the point of the trip out today was to test my latest Beretta 92FS. In the end, I think that I was just having a bad day. Not real bad, as most of the shots were close to my 12x12 targets, just not what I have come to expect. Towards the end of the day, we changed up the distance, to about 8-9 yards on large cups from McDonalds. The beretta did good, but I was still off. Guess I can’t give a range report on it today. What I want to know is, what else should I have done to fix this bad day at the range. Oh and a bad day at the range with nobody getting hurt is way better than a good day at work.