Years of working is finally paying off! Yes, years. I bought my guns (I bought .45’s to pop balloons…lol) in 2009 and have been practicing since. In 2010 I shot of Kernel (from RTTH) and earned wins but not enough to move up. In 2011 I practiced at home all year because Popcorn didn’t like the guns. This year he is better with them and we have moved from level 1 to 2 and now from 2 to 3!
To celebrate, and because it was almost 90 degrees, I decided to wear a dress. So glad my custom holsters from Al from Cactus Custom Saddlery match my dresses too!
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