My name is Peter Keorpes, I practice dermatology in the small town of Bourbonnais, a stone throw from pinewood hunt club. My story begins like many others, “it’s the start of the hunting season, ok maybe a week before archery season starts, Tuesday September 25th 2012, and wanted to be slightly proactive and sight in my muzzleloader for the December season…. let me tell you about my Lightfield experience…. This Monday around 815 pm I text message Rory Sarafini and asked, “is Joe Sarafini going to be around to sight in my thompsons center omega with nicon bdc scope tomorrow am?” Cordially Rory replied almost instantly we both will be out the next day to get you on paper shooting tight groups at 200 yards. I had to chuckle when I heard this, ” a primitive weapon shooting in the kill zone at 200…right!” we got there shot 2 blank primers through the breach then the labor filled task wet patch x 2 dry patch x 4 started shooting w what I had in my pouch (pyridex 3 pellets unlabeled primer and shock wave 250 grain) after the egg fowl smelling smoke cleared and almost breaking Rory’s ramrod from chambering the shockwave sabot I was not happy w my groups, we shot 11 rounds identically like this, cleaning in between shots. Then Joe said now let’s get the good stuff… Rory handed me a box of the Lightfield alpha gold 300 and if it were just for the ease of loading, like butter, he would of had me at hello! Also put in triple seven pellet powder w triple 7 primer and we were finally shooting groups at 100 yards. I’m telling you the expertise amongst the Sarafini’s was impeccable, also getting the right ammo in hand was crucial to the success of the day. Not only that, there was no pungent smell status post shot. In closing I was blowing up milk jugs filled w green food coloring at 200 yards w the Lightfield alpha gold 300 boat tailed sabot in 50 cal and would like to thank Lightfield for putting out such a great product and endorsing such great talent like the Sarafini’s. I already purchased some packages of the ammo and will never look back.
With warm regards,