USA --(Ammoland.com)- The Knob Creek Machine Gun shoot runs Friday through Sunday, twice a year, and Saturday night is the main event.
About an hour before dark, folks are out on the range setting up all sorts of explosives while a crowd builds, anxiously awaiting what we all know is coming.
The lights go out, and the next thing you know machine guns are going off for almost 20 straight minutes. This year’s October 2013 edition did not disappoint. I’ve now crossed this off of my “Things to Do Before I Die” list.
Check out the video below, other than the beginning, my favorite part is at the 5:50 mark. Enjoy! Oh yeah, turn your volume all the way up for best effect.
About Chris Cheng:
After winning History Channel’s Top Shot competition, Chris Cheng left a cushy job at Google to go have some fun as a professional marksman for Bass Pro Shops. Chris shoots in USPSA, IDPA, and 3-gun competitions across the country, and visit Bass Pro stores for appearances and weapons demos. He is a Staff Writer at The Firearm Blog and now on his own blog, `Top Shot Chris’, where I share my experiences in this new career path.www.topshotchris.com