The temps were in the mid-90s with thunderstorms all around the LGS range yesterday. I really needed to do some more load testing for my 338MX which has been put off due to the weather. Couldn't do any reliable rifle load testing in yesterday's high humidity and high temps--so the rifle stayed home. I decided to break out my Uberti Open Top 1860 Colt Army Conversion 44 SPL revolver and my recently acquired Uberti "Man with No Name" quasi-Colt Navy 1851/Colt Open Top 1871 38 SPL replica movie prop revolver. Took them to the range for me and the wife brought her S&W Mod 622 22LR semi-auto. Both my revolvers shot well in the thunder/rain but the wife's pistol didn't like the CCI 22LR standard velocity ammo that we brought (shot very low at 7 and 15 yards). It definitely prefers Winchester 22LR ammo which I haven't been able to find lately. We stayed dry since the pistol range has overhead cover and had lots of fun killing paper. Much better than watching the rain coming down in buckets from my back door.