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Broke out a few guns for a shoot!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Magnuumpwr, May 23, 2012.

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  1. Magnuumpwr

    Magnuumpwr Member

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    Here is a pic of some guns I broke out for a shoot at my personal range. Had a couple from England over to experience shooting a variety of guns. Think they had a blast! (no pun intended)
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  2. firesky101

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    Dang... I want a range trailer. Good for you sir.
     
  3. loose noose

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    Well chip,chip, cheario, old friend, what did your friends think of the whole ordeal. I took an aquaintence from Canada out shooting my AR-15's and semi auto Browning Gold hunter, as well as a couple semi auto hand guns. That was the first time he ever shot a semi auto anything. He thought he died and went to heaven. BTW he seemed to be a natural as far as the handguns go. He can't wait until it cools down out here again to go shooting again.:D
     
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    My eyes ain't so great but is that a 1919 bolted on the back?
     
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    Hello friends and neighbors // Looks like so much fun they will be telling folks back home about the experience for quite some time.

    Nice set up.
     
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    I took a couple from a foreign country on a range trip a few weeks ago. We carried 38 guns from .22 pocket pistols up to high power deer rifles and every military style rifle I own. The girl was a bit overwhelmed at first but got going on an AK .22 and soon moved up to the .223 AR and the 5.45 Ak 74.
    The country they live in has ridiculous gun control laws so all they had ever shot were just basic pistols and shotguns.
    I told them there was no law preventing them from relocating to Alabama from California:)
     
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    Isn't that the sad truth.
     
  8. Magnuumpwr

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    Country, the 1919 is behind and to the left of that gun. The gun in question is an M3 belt fed 50 BMG.
    Content, the photo is just of the guns on my 16' lowboy. Made moving the guns around much easier.
     
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    You shoud see the smile on my dad's face everytime we go shoot my handguns. We're from Canada, and he still lives there.

    He rarely gets to shoot them up there.
     
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    Good for y'all, looks like multiple blasts were the order of the day. :)
     
  11. rodensouth

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    That M3 sitting on the back of the trailer looks too cool. I bet they had a great and memorable time!
     
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