The Thursday range. There was a plain-jane plywood target, home made swinging steel plate rack, and we had 2/3 of a box of clays for the shot guns.
The Thursday gang, after shooting, eating some brats and burgers and kielbasa and pasta salad and chips and salsa and deer summer sausage and more burgers and beer and more beer and more beer...
One of the coolest things I saw all week. A decorative shelf with a hidden compartment for your gat. KRISS Vector not included.
A double magazine holder for your AR. A bit of derp, IMHO, but whatev.
Ambulance Driver exploring the built-in bipod on the Steyr Scout Rifle.
Pocket holster. Not sure I'm a fan of pocket pistols in general, nor of holsters that include material in the trigger guard. I'm not saying it's UN-safe, but it's the general idea of "don't touch the trigger until you want to shoot" that this holster seems to violate.
Because nothing says "Get off my lawn" like a gatling gun...
A couple pictures of Ambulance Driver lecturing at the Shooter Self Care class. A truly great half-day class, and HIGHLY recommended.