Thursday, October 13, 2011

God Bless Kentucky!

Today is Day 1 of the October antipode of the Knob Creek Machinegunshoot

It takes place right outside of Louisville, and the forecast: rain today, windy tomorrow, Sunshine for the weekend.
Chances for a hail of lead: 100% with occasional streaks of tracers, punctuated by balls of flame and other miscellaneous detonations.

For a gun person, it's an experience beyond compare.   Just watching the firing line erupt, and watching the targets downrange take a pounding is an inspiring sight.  As are the thousands of folks milling around, all of whom share this glorious passion of ours.

Not to mention the opportunity to "rent" and fire all sort of interesting full-auto weapons.  Aks, M-16s and WWII guns - both Allied and Axis are usually available - and a whole lot more.

My youtube videos are at: - all of them are cool, two of them I shot at the Knob Creek shoot.

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