One hot case down his shorts could make him have Bruce Jenner posters on his walls. Those guys look more well trained than most guys I see at the range. I am sure they had proper supervision, well done.
That was a hoot! Also, good team work. I loved the 'Ammo Carrier' (they always give that task to the little guy).
Nice to see the new generation getting a great education on a historical weapon and learning the fine art of working together as an effective team.
Again, well done!
P.S. Seeing this video makes me kick myself (Again!) for selling my Allied Armament 1917a1.
Not to hijack your post. But, whoever taught those boys firearm safety and how to shoot,,did a damn fine job. 100% all business setting it up, no fear when operating it and respect for the gun at all times. Those boys put these men to shame https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uqOCMJ2eT4 I think this is the first ever screw build done with a BMG where the builder only used one screw for the entire build.
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