Don’t get much snow in these parts, but there are opportunities awaiting you out there.
Check your pace count. After you’ve sufficiently bundled up and then strapped on all your gear, your pace count probably went from 65 to 80 paces per 100 meters. Something you need to know ahead of time.
Check out your cold weather gear. Need new laces in those old boots or new liners for your gloves? Might be a good time to re-apply a new coat of water repellant spray to your jacket and pants.
Sunglasses and lip balm work well in the winter, same as in summer.
Don’t forget, Scotch 33M electrical tape stays flexible and sticky well below freezing, and a small square over your rifle muzzle will keep the snow and water out of your barrel.