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Old 07-07-2012, 04:29 AM   #91
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I defiantly want to shoot a full auto real bad
Definitely worth it!
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Definitely worth it!
We rented some in Indiana last month and it was a lot of fun.
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Old 07-07-2012, 05:09 AM   #93
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I'm with Sgt. Saunders (Vic Marrow) in the TV show combat. "I'll take my Thompson, Cage bring the BAR."

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Old 07-07-2012, 05:24 AM   #94
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I'm with Sgt. Saunders (Vic Marrow) in the TV show combat. "I'll take my Thompson, Cage bring the BAR."
The Thompson surprisingly was very accurate. It was really fun to shoot. We shot the Thompson, Uzi, and the AUG.
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I shot up a Fox body Mustang with a M1A1 Thompson at Knob Creek Ky a few years back, how many people can say that!

Granted, the car already had a few thousand rounds through it and was barely recognizable, but it was still a car!
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I shot up a Fox body Mustang with a M1A1 Thompson at Knob Creek Ky a few years back, how many people can say that!

Granted, the car already had a few thousand rounds through it and was barely recognizable, but it was still a car!
Knob creek is crazy fun. I should go again.
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M1A1 Thompson! 45acp!


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I shot up a Fox body Mustang with a M1A1 Thompson at Knob Creek Ky a few years back, how many people can say that!

Granted, the car already had a few thousand rounds through it and was barely recognizable, but it was still a car!
What is the price to shoot full auto at knob creek
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Saw an all-metal PPSh-43 the other day with an

overfolder stock. Dah-rool...
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Saw an all-metal PPSh-43 the other day with an

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Oh.. My... Gosh. I must have
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