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Friday Guns
« on: February 13, 2016, 04:51:12 PM »
We need a Friday at the Range thread for  those who get to the range on Friday

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2016, 08:11:04 PM »
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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2016, 11:21:35 PM »
Went to the Bayou Rifles Addicks Range today. 

Vintage Browning pistols.  Old and new






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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2016, 07:50:24 PM »
Very nice items, and Friday at the range is always fun. 
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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2016, 02:39:07 AM »
Friday at the range aka Open Carry Friday. 

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2016, 10:15:12 AM »
It's time for Friday at the the range.   Who is making it to the range this fine Friday?  I can't, so here is the video from last week. 

Check out the 100 yard Pistol shots with GemTech subsonic and an old SWR Spectre. 

The Anschutz 22 with a spectre  and savage 22 with my AAC Element were hitting the 2" steel plate at 100 yards with boring regularity.  The GemTech subsonic is simply consistently accurate for us.   

We also had the POF p-415 with the Primary Arms Platinum 1-8x, gemtech Trek Ti, rifles only HAD cover and HOG saddle.

I caught some video of unsuppressed muzzle blast from an AAC Muzzle Brake.   Hopefully, James' m4-2000 is approved soon.

418Plates supplied the steel.

https://youtu.be/n1HtpHK9fXk

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #6 on: June 24, 2016, 10:15:41 AM »
It's time for Friday at the the range.   Who is making it to the range this fine Friday?  I can't, so here is the video from last week. 

Check out the 100 yard Pistol shots with GemTech subsonic and an old SWR Spectre. 

The Anschutz 22 with a spectre  and savage 22 with my AAC Element were hitting the 2" steel plate at 100 yards with boring regularity.  The GemTech subsonic is simply consistently accurate for us.   

We also had the POF p-415 with the Primary Arms Platinum 1-8x, gemtech Trek Ti, rifles only HAD cover and HOG saddle.

I caught some video of unsuppressed muzzle blast from an AAC Muzzle Brake.   Hopefully, James' m4-2000 is approved soon.

418Plates supplied the steel.

https://youtu.be/n1HtpHK9fXk

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #7 on: June 24, 2016, 10:16:19 AM »
Let me know if the video link works

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2016, 09:36:06 AM »
Friday at the range.  www.TexasGunTrust.com  engaged in some post 41F shooting.   Testing GemTech and RWS. 22lr ammo in a variety of .22s.   Brought the gen set, fans and shade.  Also brought the surefire SOCOM556RC on a 18" AR.  418Plates provided thevsteel.

We used an AAC Element on the Anschutz and Savage 22s.   No perceptible difference in POI.   

The RWS .22 is more consistent than the GemTech.  It is also more expensive as would be expected.


Setting up Honda genset turning the fans in the 97f heat at the IZ!
 


Anschutz with AAC Element II



One of my early AR15s with an IOR and a legacy MagPul stock   pretty UBR.  Anyone remember that one?   

Surefire SOCOM556RC

It's in a Hog saddle.   









My Savage .22 with a Vortex vipers PST 6-24 FFP



Seiko Emperor Tuna and a LA Flor Dominicana to celebrate the fact that ATF41F isn't silencerGeddon


I'm on the Anschutz, enjoying the RWS ammo and GemTech subsonic consistency



The Honda GenSet FTW!   Best idea of the day!





Cow Break!  Time for a break to rehydrate, relax, enjoy the cigar and wait first the herd to pass.




Greater Tuna and another LA Flor Dominicana


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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #9 on: August 07, 2016, 11:25:00 PM »
Here are a few from this weekend.   

POF P-415    GemTech Trek Ti  IR Hunter Mk2


Confirming zero on the IR Hunter mk2.   My 6 year old shooting the 200 yard pig.  It was his first time shooting a Centerfire rifle and 2nd time shooting the 200 yard pig. 

Taccom3g. 22lr upper on Polymer lower with AAC Element




Using the Sig ECO I let's me see what my 6 year old is aiming at and discuss it with him.

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2016, 12:10:30 AM »
My 6 year old shooting his great grandfather's. 22 Savage that I learned to shoot on.   He finally figured it all out.    50yrd steel pig, 100 yard steel pig, 150yd steel coyote and 200 yard steel pig.   All pinged for him.

 A Primary Arms 4-14 mildot and a Hog saddle makes it easier than when I was learning.   





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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #11 on: October 30, 2016, 08:10:23 PM »
It's time for Friday at the Range!   A short trip the the Bayou Rifles Addicks Range today for since rimfire fun on the steel silhouette range.


Anschutz with night force and Element 2


Sig Echo thermal weapon sight from Third Coast thermal




Aac element 2


1976 Browning Challenger with Spectre

Loading Magazines


Sitting the Browning 52




Shooting the Anschutz with the element 2







Last shot.  1976 Browning Challenger with Spectre




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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #12 on: December 03, 2016, 12:58:54 AM »
Friday Gun :  Met some friends at the Bayou Rifles Addicks Range for syne much needed lead therapy.  The forecast called for lots of rain, wind and dropping temperatures.  Being Houston,  we got all three.  It was brutal cold.  I think it went into the 50s.

 I brought the Taccom 3g .22 upper and the Nordic Components. 22 upper with the IR Hunter MKIII 60mm on it put some rounds through the Dead Air Mask HD through its paces.   I also brought the Glock 17 with an Advantage Arms .22 kit to see how the Mask sounded.  The Mask HD had no perceptible FRP.   

That's not to say that the other cans didn't sound his.   The Element 2 and the Spectre 2 that we shot today sounded great.  The Mask HD is just the latest generation of. 22 cans.



Taccom 3G upper
Nordic components .22 upper w/ IR Hunter MKIII 60mm TWS
Dead Air Mask HD
Glock 17 with an Advantage Arms Conversion




The watch is a special Seiko 6139-6005 Pogue Chronograph from February 1971.   The Ammo was Gemtech subsonic.






Enjoying an Arturo Fuente with the Dead Air Mask HD in the Background








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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #13 on: December 14, 2016, 01:44:28 AM »
https://youtu.be/q922rmwndr8

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Re: Friday Guns
« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2017, 12:08:21 PM »
It was Saturday Night. The First Night Shoot of 2017 to be exact 

First Night Shoot 2017:  AAC 700 300blk, AAC Mk13.   Spooky quiet. 

POF P-416 with IR Hunter MKII 19mm on Hog Saddle w/GemTech Trek Ti suppressor.



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AAC 700 300blk, AAC Mk13.   Spooky quiet. 




Mission first tactical magazine from Shot Show.  It is my first mission first tactical magazine. Will be interesting to see how it runs this year


First Night Shoot 2017:  AAC 700 300blk, AAC Mk13.   Spooky quiet. 





AAC mk13



POF P-416 with IR Hunter MKII 19mm on Hog Saddle w/GemTech Trek Ti suppressor.



Rifles Only HAD suppressor cover



POF P-416 with IR Hunter MKII 19mm on Hog Saddle w/GemTech Trek Ti suppressor.







Malkoff 500 Lumen flood led on z3 combat light






Surefire 500 Lumen Scout light


Steiner weapon light on left.  Surefire Scout on right



First Night Shoot 2017:  AAC 700 300blk, AAC Mk13.   Spooky quiet. 


Browning Buckmark 22 with IR laser at 100 yards.





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