The women were out of town this weekend and since it was the opening day of turkey season my dad meets me at my place and we head out. In the blind by 0600 and by 0630 the turkey are talking. We watch 3 toms strut past us about 10 yards outside of good range so no shot was taken. All 3 were good size and each one showed us a full fan. We couldn't get them to turn our way so the hunt ended there. After that we went out for some range time. He brought the Mohawk 48 that CA357 parted with a few weeks ago, his Single Six, his 357 and I brought my 629, Kimber and the 1300 I was hunting with. Started the shooting with some clay birds and I got to try a new load which is now my offical target load. The Mohawk loved it and cycled great, soft and comfortable to shoot all day. After we each took a few turns it was time for the pistols. Dad starts shooting 38s while I decided to load my Kimber. My dad shot his first 1911 today...he liked it but he's a revolver guy and isn't really interested in changing. I put 100 rounds thru it. Next came the 44 Mag....he shot one cylinder and called it a day. I asked him about it later and he said it was a very nice gun but unpleasant to shoot for fun. He thought it would be great for hunting or defense against bears but not for plinking. Personally, I enjoy it. My groups are getting smaller and since fixing the rear sight I'm no longer hitting high. I wish I had some pictures for you guys but I don't....just a great day with my dad. I got to enjoy God's creations and some range time.