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Woody's Charity Suppressor and Sub Gun Shoot

Discussion in 'NC Meet Ups, Events, and NC Gun Shows' started by tsconver, Apr 21, 2015.

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  1. elenaidan

    elenaidan Lifetime Member Lifetime Member

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    Well I will have someone with me that has never shot before. This should be interesting.
     
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  2. Tattoonick

    Tattoonick Registered Member

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    Haha I figured ;) I'll be the bearded tattooed tactical operator. That should clear things up..
     
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  3. JDriver1.8t

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    Well, this sucks for me. My son chooses this weekend to be sick and spread germs through the house....
    Looks like I won't be there tomorrow.
     
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  5. BurnedOutGeek

    BurnedOutGeek SlayerNut - RIP

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    Got a baseball game at 830 this am, then I'm heading over.
     
  6. BurnedOutGeek

    BurnedOutGeek SlayerNut - RIP

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    Long friggin game. Grabbing food. Be there in a bit
     
  7. Tattoonick

    Tattoonick Registered Member

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    What a great day! My raffle ticket got drawn and I got to shoot a belt out of the M60 :)
     
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  8. BurnedOutGeek

    BurnedOutGeek SlayerNut - RIP

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    That's awesome!

    How bad do you want one of those now?
     
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  10. Tattoonick

    Tattoonick Registered Member

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    For real. Something about it was more fun to shoot as a civilian. I think it's cause I got to shoot it for fun and not cause I was told to. Lol
     
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  11. Tattoonick

    Tattoonick Registered Member

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    Hmm I didn't see any of that nonsense.
    The Thunderbeast cans were really nice though, shot the .338 Lapua and the .308 Ultra cans
     
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  12. BurnedOutGeek

    BurnedOutGeek SlayerNut - RIP

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    Yeah. Having to do something is definitely different than getting to do something for fun!
     
  13. Tattoonick

    Tattoonick Registered Member

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    MichaelHK's suppressed SBS was one of the highlights of the day, that puppy is whisper quiet.
     
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    Indeed. Makes me regret selling my last shotgun!
     
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    What loads were yall shooting out of it?
     
  16. Tattoonick

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    Some regular birdshot, then some reduced recoil target loads. Those were the super quiet ones. I wish I could load a video from my phone, but tapatalk won't let me :(
     
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    I had a great time even though I was not able to check out the vendor stuff. Michaels suppressed SBS was way cool. Stunningly quiet too even with non subsonic 12 ga ammo. Bobs 's 50 caliber Beowolf machine gun was beyond cool too!
     
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  19. Cape Fear

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    Here is Shawn doing a 50-rd mag dump out of the 4" FA 22:

     
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  20. Scsmith42

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    I have shot many of their designs and they work exceedingly well ( they are my neighbors).
     
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    Had a great time guys!
     
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    bigfelipe I'm told I'm pretty awesome... Lifetime Member

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    Great day today! Sorry I had to leave early. Thanks to Shawn and Damon for putting this together and everyone that helped out and brought toys! Scott, Bob, Michael, and Dave in particular made the little machine gun/suppressor bay a huge hit with their arsenals! Good job to the other RO's for keeping it safe too. Ran very smoothly and everyone seemed to have fun, safely.

    Now to get me one of those Salvo 12's... and maybe a Scorpion... or two... Damn you Michael...
     
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    bigfelipe I'm told I'm pretty awesome... Lifetime Member

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    Bob, this was awesome of you... When he gave Jon the Palin rifle for One Team/One Fight I thought he might cry... just for a second...

    bob jon palin rifle.jpg
     
  24. Cape Fear

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    Here is member @havoc attempting to shoot one round at a time with the fun switch on:

     
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  25. jpf150

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    Had a lot of fun today guys! I was there with my uncle and I think he had more fun than I did. It was both of our's first time shooting full auto or suppressed even though I've had the desire to do it for a while. I appreciate all of the individuals and vendors that came out and let us play with their stuff. I loved the full auto .22, but shooting the suppressed shotgun was an awesome experience! We also had some good conversation with a couple of folks and it made for a great time. Overall it was a well organized event and a lot of fun was had by all.

    I wish I would have asked around to try and put some names to screen names, but I'm not very active on here as far as posting goes so I didn't even think about it.
     
  26. MichaelHK

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    Great day at the range today. Big thanks to Shawn for putting this together. We have a great group of guys here at CSC. Nice seeing some familiar faces and meeting some new ones. Bob, Dave, and Scott were all a class act. It's pretty cool to let us idiots dump some mags down range when we might not otherwise have a chance to shoot an UZI, MP5, or M16. Also thank you to Dave and Joe for keeping the range safe and providing some ball busting. Phil, I would thank you, but you shot half the ammo I brought. :) Nick, nice meeting you as well man, that .45 USP was sweet. Lastly, to the gunsmith that took 4 months to thread my VZ61 so that it could sheer off in the first two rounds… you're a POS.
     
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    Tommy Gun!

     
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    I had people sign waivers and fill out raffle ticket stubs all day. But then they let me shoot the 12 gauge with the can on it, so it was time well spent. :)
     
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  29. Slacker

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    That sucks man.
    Any chance there is enough barrel left to thread with a shallow pitch then screw on a 1/2×28 extension?
    Thanks for letting me try that Salvo.
    That thing is a hoss.

    I've never been a big fan of full auto guns but that little AR22 with a 50rd drum is big fun.
     
  30. Tattoonick

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    Right on man, it was a pleasure to make your acquaintance, you're my kinda dude. I'm glad you remembered to bring my USP and my can out so we could shoot it. ;) lol
     
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