Had an amazing day of shooting this past Saturday. It was December 2nd, 2017. And it was 40 degrees outside. In North Dakota. Nice clear skies, no snow on the ground, and hardly any wind. Today we already have 4 inches of snow on the ground and we’re bracing for the blizzard that’s going to hit soon. Saturday may very well have proved to be the last day of shooting for a while, but it was the perfect way to close out the season.

I brought out a PWS MK116 Mod2 in 7.62x39 (and YHM Phantom 7.62 suppressor), a SIG Sauer P226 MK25 (and Surefire Ryder 9Ti on its maiden voyage - it rocked the hut!), and my friend brought out his Mosin Nagant M91/30 and CZ-52 pistol. I also I brought along three 1lb. Gryphon Energetics Thundershot binary explosive targets. Oh, and the Elf on the Shelf decided to make an appearance. And it's entirely possible the day ended rather poorly for the elf.


~ Greg ~

Everything laid out on the table... and the Elf on the Shelf trying to horn in on our fun.

The Elf on the Shelf really liked the P226 MK25.

The Elf on the Shelf is also safety-conscious! No obstructions in the suppressor or the bore. Good to go!

Why, this looks like a super-comfy place to sit for a while!

And here's a video of everything that transpired next. Fun times!