Tomorrow morning is one of the rare (of late) opportunities for me to shoot. Problem is, the forecast is for rain, and I want to shoot 100Y rifle. I'm heading to Tri-County...I will be in cover, etc., so I'm not worried about me or the gear. But I'm thinking the targets are going to turn to wet soup when they're stapled out there on the range. Ideas? I don't really have time to go buy some kind of fancy poly weatherproofing spray for targets ;-) I thought about putting them in ziplocs, but I don't have ziplocs that big. Hmmm...something tells me I'm not the first guy in Oregon to have this problem ;-) Or maybe the targets hold up? They're just the usual 100Y or 50Y targets, printed on what looks like thick construction paper. BTW, if you're out at the 100Y general purpose range tomorrow and see a big bald guy with a pile of old brown rifles, stop by and say hi. I hope to shoot my Yugo 24/47, Swiss K-31, and perhaps Mosin-Nagant 91/30.