Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cephus, Jan 14, 2012.
Dry Creek 2003, women - YouTube
But sometimes it's worth it !!
Whole lot'a shakin going on.....ccc
Ah but Cephus, theres not a one of those wimmin that would tell their Hubby/BoyFriend/Significant Other "You don't need no more guns" or "You better not bring another gun home" LoL
My wife just rolls her eyes at me when I bring a new toy home...
But my oldest daughter... She's the one who'll buy be a new sidearm as if it were the latest fashion accessory... better than a Tie I would wear anyway right?
Hit it twice and it'll take ya to U-tube !!
Man oh Man.....where do I sign up!
Finally got it to run. Seems my PC security don't like some links.
Man oh man! I envy those gals! Of course, I bet they don't have to clean the guns, police up brass and do the reloading........
A couple of those gals though - I found myself yelling - "Trigger control, trigger control!" I'll wager a few barrels may have got burned out.
Great video and I hate to throw off the thread, but there are some serious safety issues. I've worked security at 3 MG shoots and we always have a range safety officer directly behind EACH paid shooter and who would let the camera people get in front of the shooter???
I would let my Mother-In-Law (Ha ha) one can only dream.
I agree I seen that the question is what camera guy would want to get infront of those. But still they sound of the round going off, brass and clips hitting the ground OOH!!!OOOH!!! sound like no other.
Didn't look like the cameras were in front of the muzzle but just being in front of a shooter, especially someone inexperienced shooting MG's, is very dangerous when the muzzle can come over to you.
Seeing that Vickers brought back memories... That was the first machine gun my wife ever shot. Just watch the frame, it barely moves when it is firing- very controllable. She just had to remember to pull the charging handle three times before she could shoot.
I loved the Bren. I always wanted a SA Bren, but didn't want to fork out the cash. I could just imagine what a FA Bren would cost me. The shooter seemed like she was having a great time with it from the look on her face. I think a brass catcher would be a good accessory for it, as reloading .303 british is rather expensive.
I had to laugh at this. You were only looking at the women and did not see the cameramen in the background during some of the shots. Or maybe I was not looking at the right thing and should have concentrated on the women.
Heck, I was looking at the GUNS!
None of the women were of the right 'caliber' for me.
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