Bloggers and others came from all over today to shoot and socialize at the blogshoot.
Here's Hayden, an English transplant to Ohio, holding a vintage Martini Henry and a round of .577-450 ammo for it.
Here's the lovely Nancy, firing a Brown Bess black powder flintlock musket.
Larry the Historian shooting the musket.
There were modern guns here, too. Here we have a suppressed .300 blackout rifle with an Aimpoint Micro T2 optic. It's smaller and quieter (and easier on the shoulder).
Andrew shoots an FN SCAR-17 in .308.
The Miller, in person with a suppressed AR.
New Jovian Thunderbolt, with an unsuppressed AR.
Jesse from Washington DC, with a Ruger 10-22.
And two of the Usual Suspects, Jay and Old NFO, discussing some mischief or another.
Here's Jay, with a single-shot suppressed .300 blackout.
On the other end of the noise scale, Larry the Historian had his Barrett .50 rifle here again.
Some gun porn:
Many rounds were fired from many weapons, many acquaintances were made or renewed. Dinner followed, and $600 was raised for this years's charity, Jefferson Community Ministries.
Thanks once again to all who came, and to 340 Defense for hosting us.