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Discussion in 'Texas Gun Ranges' started by Kar98, Feb 13, 2017.
They didn't display their class 3 license badge when asked!
Its usually easy to tell if you are familar with the firearms in question, and have a basic understanding of NFA regulations
I believe the weapons were a model that were only manufactured in semi-auto. One person claimed they were SKS models.
Most all semi auto can be bump fired. Everything around that Las Vegas shooting said machine-gun
This was before the bump fire was introduced.
When was bump fire introduced?
However long it took someone handling a Mannlicher 85 to figure it out.
In the last couple outings to the range I have seen too many new shooters that obviously had never touched a gun before.
1. Guy trying to clear a jam with his finger on the trigger.
2. Husband and wife with their new AR that went through many magazines without hitting the target at 15yds. As a bonus the wife was somehow shooting the track that the target rides on.
3. Guy sighting in his new 308 bolt gun on a 25yrd range. He had it resting on his range bag and I laughed to myself as I saw the end of the barrel moving all over the place.
Stay safe out there.
Saw this at the range today. I report only, I will not make any comments on what I thought about his range etiquette, I'll leave the comments to you.
Too bad I did not have my phone ready when he was handling his pistol grip only shotgun earlier; that he unloaded live rounds from while pointing it at the road behind the firing line (the exact opposite direction from down range) where folks had their vehicles parked.
Allow me to say, I made that video and left post haste. I usually only go to that range only on weekdays because it is much more likely I'll be the only shooter there on a weekday. Broke my own rule today by going on a Saturday.