Originally Posted by cottontop
Don't want to spoil the fun, but, since you put it out there, I have to say the situation looks and sounds dangerous to me. Here's why; 13 or more guns, a group of people you may not know, out in the open, no range rules or structured supervision, could spell disaster or could be an accident waiting to happen. But hey, that's me. I'd personally rather have fewer people and fewer guns to have to keep track of, all pointing down range unloaded with the actions open when leaning against a truck.
hmm guess our party last would of scared you.. close to 25 different fire arms on the range table. up to 6 or 7 people shooting at a time.. luckily we all handle guns safely. heaven forbid a gun jump of the table, flop over to the other ammo table, load itself and shoot someone...
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