Walt in PA
Welcome to the blog of Walt White. As the name of the blog implies, I am a Pennsylvania resident. I have a fondness for Firearms, Cigars, and Photography, all of which you will find here on WaltInPA.com. Please feel free to poke around and share my space on the web with your like-minded friends.
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Personal Stats for the 2014 3D Archery Season

Personal Stats for the 2014 3D Archery Season

Two years ago I got hot and heavy into USPSA Shooting. Wanting to track my progress and improve from match to match, I began keeping records of my personal stats. Taking a couple of minutes after each match to plug numbers into a spreadsheet proved to be very beneficial. Ever since I’ve gotten back into […]

2014 European Archery Festival  

2014 European Archery Festival

Last week the 2014 European Archery Festival took place in Telford. I followed the results, in passing, via Facebook and found myself wishing coverage was more like the Lancaster Archery Classic. Even though the LAS Qualification Rounds were a little dull, I enjoyed having the video playing, in the background, while I worked. While trying […]

Results: January Indoor 3D Archery at Stowe Archers

Results: January Indoor 3D Archery at Stowe Archers

Two weeks ago I shot Indoor 3D Archery at Stowe as part of the January 2014 Curt Peterson Southeast Indoor 3D Shootout. I turned in my best score to date, 321 Points (Averaging 10.03 Points per Arrow), and was very eager to see how I placed. When the Stowe Archers Facebook Account spread the word […]

Building A Backyard Archery Range

Building A Backyard Archery Range

A couple of months ago I was driving home from work when something out of the ordinary caught my eye. While waiting at a stop sign, I looked over to see one of my neighbors sighting in a crossbow. This struck me as odd since we don’t live in a rural community but I loved […]

Sliding Backwards Down A Snow Covered Hill Is No Fun

Sliding Backwards Down A Snow Covered Hill Is No Fun

On Mother’s Day of 2012, I got into an accident and my car was totaled. I had left my Mom’s house and drove home on a road I’d used hundreds of times. As I approached an intersection, an old Chevy Pickup pulled out in front of me. My little Mazda Protege didn’t stand a chance. […]

The one regret I have with Archery

The one regret I have with Archery

The one regret I have about getting back into the sport of Archery is not seeing the value of an Indoor Archery Range. I got so caught up in re-living childhood memories on an Outdoor Field Course that I forgot how hard it was to walk the woods in bitter cold or trudging through snow. […]

Archery is much more fun when you can see the scoring rings

Archery is much more fun when you can see the scoring rings

Over the past few Archery Shoots, I’ve been guessing where scoring zones were located on each target. The premise is simple, look for the replaceable insert and shoot somewhere in the middle. If you hit the insert, you’ve got a great chance at at least 8 points. Occasionally you strike the 10 and on a […]

Archery Scores: Asking for a Little More

Archery Scores: Asking for a Little More

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been spoiled. When it comes to results, I typically head on over to the USPSA Website and check to see how I shot a given match. In addition to an overall score and class ranking, a variety of stage data is also available. I’ve gotten into the habit […]

2014 Hamburg Game 3D Archery Schedule

2014 Hamburg Game 3D Archery Schedule

With the Polar Vortex and the constant threat of snow, it is hard to imagine winter ever ending. Despite the biting cold and routine shoveling, there is a glimmer of hope. Spring is growing nearer and my email inbox is proof of that. This morning I received an email from Troy Ross over at the […]

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