Got to go out with friends and try out some really good stuff. It was more of a learning session on how some of it works as I had never spent time shooting these gun before. I was amazed at the history behind most of them and picking them up you learned a lot about the men who carried them. MG 34 was very well made and machined to German perfection. Very interesting on how it all breaks down and what it takes to change the barrel. Accuracy was outstanding and the gun run flawless. Nice package but a heavy SOB. I got to study a MG 42 but not fire it, man what quick easy barrel changes and you can really see how the Germans went to stampings during the war. Sterling subgun, the Britts were smart and built a fine 9mm gun with a really amazing magazine. Gun run flawless and was accurate enough to easily hit shotgun shells at 40 feet. That was all for the day, can't wait for the machinegun shoot at ARPC.