I miss target shooting so much.
I was on my school shooting team. We shot .22s all year round in our 25yrd indoor range, twice a week. There was a big interschool speed shooting competition, 10 shots in 60 seconds, five targets. We also shot this weird competition called the Country Life. They'd put up a large landscape painting at the end of the range and you would have a spotter who would describe an area of the painting you had to fire at. While it wasn't in the rules of the competition you and the spotter would normally have a subtle little code to communicate whether you needed to adjust for your next shot as they weren't really supposed to do anything other than describe the target. But this was an sort of unspoken but accepted part of it all.
We would then train, maybe once a month but more in the summer months, firing 7.62s at 300/500/600 yrds, all with open sites. Then in the summer there would be a big interschool competition called the Ashburton, where 100 odd schools would get together and compete. We'd usually go down to the ranges at Bisley and camp out for the week before to get into the swing of things and compete at the end of the week. After the Ashburton there is a large international competition called the Imperial, if you were a good shot and up for it you could stay on and camp out for another week to compete, but you had to pay your own entrance fees etc. It was always a mad two weeks with a lot of underage drinking, causing innocent sorts of trouble, and shooting. Pic is the full bore rifle we fired for the interschool competition. I forget what the rifle I shot for the Imperial was, but I was lucky enough that my school had a well stocked armoury and some nice gear.