Been so busy playing real-estate games and yard-work, this is my catch-up post for the Gunblogger Rendezvous – a cut-and-paste from Mr. Completely’s side of the table. As of Wednesday, June 10, 2015 – and I’m sure today too, there was still time to register – something that I still need to do!
It’s going to be a great weekend benefiting a very worthy cause… with a lot of rounds down range!
We’re about two months out from GBR X benefitting HAVA (Honored American Veterans Afield) and if you haven’t registered, time is running out! If you’ve waited to register, for the next week you can take advantage of early-bird registration!
Remember, if you’re a gun blogger and you register between now and June 17, you’ll get a $150 ammo voucher good toward anything Lucky Gunner sells.
To register, head here — where else can you get that kind of ammo for your investment, spend a weekend with some like-minded shooters and help a great cause like HAVA in the process?
|GBR X is August 20 – August 23 in Reno, NV|
We’re already seeing support pour in from some long-time Gun Blogger Rendezvous sponsors in the form of door prizes and raffle items.
Thanks to Dillon Precision, Allchin Gun Parts, and Front Sight Firearms Training for helping out with some great shooting stuff you can see in the photo above!
Also, the National Shooting Sports Foundation has agreed to once again sponsor a pizza dinner for everyone this year. That’s great news.
It’s going to be a great time in Reno on August 20 and the more the merrier. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact Anthony at Lucky Gunner or Mike (Mr. Completely)!
In addition, Richard from Special Interest Arms came to last year’s Rendezvous and brought an assortment of very interesting suppressed firearms for us to shoot. This year he says:
If I can get some help I might drag out the Gardner Gun and ammo.
45-70 twin barreled brass hand-crank fired fun. Not light, original crew was three guys.
C’mon, all we need is some strong backs and willing hands!
I’d really like to make it this year, but I’m tied up with an automotive event that weekend.
You got a busy summer! I’m busy with paint again, then mud & tape and paint again, then… I don’t know when I’m ever going to stop this work-shit and go out and have some fun, or go to the range…
After your encouragement last year, I did sign up this year. It helps that I moved out of Hawaii and now only live about 30 minutes away. I’m really looking forward to it.
Do you suppose anyone would be interested in shooting my African dangerous game rifle? It’s a 458 Lott that is a tremendous amount of fun to shoot. I have both some light 458 Winchester ammo and, I think, I have time to load up some full house 458 Lott stopping ammo so everybody can experience the full effect. It has a tendency to recalibrate your perception of what is a lot of recoil.
Do you suppose there would be any interest?
I think Kevin Baker would give it a try. When Rick brought his .50BMG a lot of people lined-up to to shoot that and I’m sorry I missed it!
Maybe I can make it this year… Maybe… Hoping…
Just show-up, don’t even saddle-up – everybody will want YOU to shoot their guns and burn their ammo! It’s a gas.