Above image: BBC Minions at Range Day 2020.
Some people love attending SHOT Show. Others dread being chained to a booth —or the cocktail of diseases that form SHOT SARS that’ll kick your ass for a week or month. Everyone has a tried and true method for avoiding it be it vitamin C, only drinking alcohol or even fistbumps. However, usually, it is an exercise in futility.
For the Minions of Breach Bang Clear, SHOT is a time for us all to get together, make jokes, get in trouble, and play with some new and interesting gear. Oh —and drink our faces off while meeting colorful new friends. Or even making an arch-nemesis or two.
Range Day 2020
Range Day – Sara Liberte, Ryan Houtekamer, Mike Searson (Harambe).
Matt Jacques from Victory First introducing David Reeder to the struggle-snuggle shooting position.
Reeder shooting at Range Day 2020.
Reeder shooting LWRCI PDW 45 caliber.
Ryan Houtekamer checking out the AA19 from Adams Arms. It’s functional and good looking.
Houtekamer at SHOT Show 2020 Range Day playing with a very light Kel-tec 22lr pistol.
John Duty shooting the Kel-Tec KSG ready to become a Colonial Marines and fight some xenomorphs.
Using a Geissele 1-6 optic at SHOT Show 2020 Range Day. It will be interesting to get some more time with one of these.
Sara Liberte using the Geissele rifle setup.
Geissele 1-6 optic
Stephanie checking out one of the Geissele rifle builds, making the steel targets fear her gaze.
Houtekamer shooting a 22 cal with a Proof Research Barrel and Franklin Armory Ruger 10/22 binary trigger. This one got few smiles in the group.
Pat DuFriend shooting a Ruger .22 cal Takedown at Range Day 2020.
It’s always fun to gather with our crew ranging from the east coast of Canada all the way down to Commiefornia. Keep your eyes peeled on the website and Instagram for more of our SHOT coverage.
Read everything Ryan Houtekamer has written for Breach-Bang-Clear.