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    I fully agree it was a great day,
    more pictures and video coming later.


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    Ugh - wish I could have gone. The timing didn't work out unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pod View Post
    Ugh - wish I could have gone. The timing didn't work out unfortunately.
    Well if it's any consolation we had such a good time that we were already talking about doing it again early Spring next year.
    In the mean time here's a short video I put together using video I took using my iPhone, got so busy that I never did bring my real camera out of the car.

    Last edited by ex95B10; 11-15-2015 at 09:52 AM. Reason: Updated video

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    Dude that was cool.
    Need to put that gun thru Standby's carbine course next month.


    Here's a couple pics I took.



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    Great time and nice to meet some of the FCCers. Two observations: first, I have to lose about 15-20 pounds. Second, the photos show the number and range of NFA toys that were there. My rough count was five shooters with tax stamps covering at least 16 different cans. 22, 556, 300, 762 and 9mm.

    My favorite moment was when Joseph was shooting my Ruger American Rimfire using 22 Quiet through the Sparrow - he giggled like a little kid, as did I.

    But I am very much moved by your 300Blk subsonics. Makes me think.

    Anyway, this is what was on our half of the table.
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