Why not start with some squares, shoot a regular AQT or a few of them. Then go through a KD course of fire for the .22s, put targets the size of the top silhouette on an AQT, shoot one at 25 offhand, 50 seated, 75 prone and 100 prone. Then we will have done an AQT at KD with the .22s. It's not the same as centerfire out to 400 yards, but we cannot do that in Connecticut, at this time. And we would need to sue come ups out at 100 yards with our .22s. Then, if we have fullsize, 20 inch targets, so the same thing, shooting it s x s at 100 and 200, then shoot a reduced target at 200 to represent the 300 and 400.

I know we can come up with squares and AQTs to shoot a few of those. I've got a single 8 1/2 x 11 sheet that a silhouette the same size as the top (100 yard) silhouette on an AQT. I'll make a bunch of copies of it, so we will have the targets to shoot the .22 KD at 25, 50, 75 and 100.

If someone gets the fullsize, 20 inch silhouette, then all we would need is something reduced to represent the 300 and 400 yard silhouettes. If I take the sheet of the 100 yard silhouette and make copies of double the size, that will handle the target to represent 400 yards when posted at 200 yards. I can handle the math to figure out the proper size to enlarge the same target to create one to represent the 300 yard silhouette.

If we want to run a handicap match concurrently with the pure raw score, I have no objections. I will have enough medals and ribbons, and I am not kidding about medals. Already have them. The ribbons for the medals are coming. As far as some other remuneration for winners, my mind is still mulling over what I will offer.