A good tired

The Castle BARs. A dummy M1918A1 on the left and an Ohio Ordnance M1918A3 semi-auto on the right.

 

I safed a rifle range today, in CAT IV heat.

Great folk, no incidents, no injuries. Everyone cooperated with the RSOs. Let people shoot the BAR, Luger, P1, and Inglis Hi-Power. Got to hear a suppressed AR-platform rifle. Nicely quieted. *Not* “silent.” Helped a fellow ID weapons left to him by his Dad.

I.am.knackered.

A bit of Infantry gunner zen…

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U.S. Army Spc. Zac Moore, a mortarman with Mortar Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, sights in an 81 mm mortar tube at an observation post overlooking the Darwazgay Pass in Zabul province, Afghanistan, June 23, 2014. Moore was part of a joint air assault mission conducted with Afghan National Army soldiers assigned to the 1st Kandak, 2nd Battalion, 205th Corps. (DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Whitney Houston, U.S. Army National Guard/Released)