Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by uscsoldier, May 21, 2016.
Going tomorrow, my first trip to this shoot. Looking forward to it!
location and how many times a year?
Nice photos, which drone you running?
It is at Albany Rifle and Pistol Club, just south of the I-5/Hwy 34 junction. I think it's just once a year, but they advertise it as one of the biggest shoots on the west coast...
Once a year, May.
@MountainBear please have fun for me...
Its a Phantom 3 professional
Well I went this year with a few friends.. man its always a blast.. here is some videos I posted on youtube and I will attach some pictures of things that caught my eye there also.
There was a Twin MG42 that was just killer.. man every time it would light up it got attention, and every now and then you would get harmonics going with the two machine guns and it was just a heck of a good time!
I will be there tomorrow from noon - 4pm selling T-shirts to help cut down my range cost for next year
Its well worth the entry fee and the cost of the magazines.. No one leaves without a huge smile!
"Audra with the AK47" The grin on her face was priceless.
Aaaaaaarg I wish I could be there! Next year for sure. Looks like you guys are having a blast, can't wait to see more pics and video- keep em coming!
Overall, definitely worth the time and money. Some guns better than others.
In the foreground ^^^^^^ Whatsit?
Also a full auto shoot once a month. I don't know the details or who can shoot, but notice it on the calendar when I'm poking around.
Full Auto Shoot
I'm not sure if it was a crank/powered gatling 12ga shotgun or 9mm.... I heard someone cranking on it Saturday and saw 9mm wheels flying but then Sunday I walked past it and there was a ton of 12ga shells directly infront of it. Either way it was a good time.
Love flying brass!
It's a crank powered 12ga Gatling Gun, look here
My buddy shooting the FN p90...
A sort of Glock 18...
nice, I have a couple P3's pro's though one is down due to an Owl attack. gives a great perspective of the fun.
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