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Down at the Shooting Range | by the Delaware Water Gap

icy | Monday, May 18, 2009 2:47 AM
 
Tags: desert eagle cx4 storm ar30 ar15 glock
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Yes baby, down at the range... AR-30, AR-15, Beretta Storm CX4, Desert Eagle .50, Smith&Wesson 9mm, Glock 17 9mm... what a day! Now, how much did you say the Storm was? Right, please wrap one for me, to go. Thank you Alper...

The name of the shooting range is "Sunset Hill Shooting Range", it is in Philledelphia.

 

Beretta CX 4CX4 Storm 9mm

One of the best close combat carbines out there. Fires 9mm, exceptional handling, amazing weight distribution, and guess what, you shoot what you aim at, period. Breathtaking experience to shoot with this gun. Amazing, amazing piece of weapon. If you can find it, buy it, or let me know, I'll buy it (it is quite hard to find one; apparently it is one of the most sought after gun in the US right now). My favorite weapon so far. Next, I want to try FN-P90, Steyr Aug and MTAR-21; though I doubt if they have these babies for civillian fun shooting purposes.

http://www.berettaweb.com/Beretta%20CX4_Storm/CX4_storm1.htm

 

 

AR-30ArmaLite's AR30 & AR15

Pretty impressive sniper. Very loud and frightening to watch, but surprisingly smooth and easy to use actually. With a good scope, this sniper is an absolute thunder. The trigger is firm but light and the bolt action is fast.

AR-15

I definitely prefer shooting with AR-30 to AR-15; which had a badly calibrated scope and actually had a worse kickback than AR-30 today. Boo-hoo.

http://www.shootingtimes.com/longgun_reviews/armalite_121206/

 

 

 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_Eagle

 

 

 

Glock 17 9mmGlock 17 9mm

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http://www.gunblast.com/SW_MP9.htm

 


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brynn
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i go shooting some times here in wa shot a 303 and a muazer
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wickid were do i buy one
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