Texas gun range offers target practice from a helicopter

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Mark The Convict

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What? 'no return fire'? Pansies, why not offer the full Apocalypse Now immersive experience, but with better music?
 
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An interim measure would be to wait until your shooter has taken up first pressure, let off a pyro, then shout into the intercom (in your best Robert Duvall); 'IT'S ONLY A FLARE!'
 
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Admittedly, with something like The Ring Cycle playing, you could shoot for days without having to change the record.
 
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What? 'no return fire'? Pansies, why not offer the full Apocalypse Now immersive experience, but with better music?
Being Texas, I think they'd be more likely to fly along the Mexican border, giving you the full metal jacket experience, but with illegal immigrants

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i was talking to a bloke in houston that mentioned this but i was even more interested in the "hunting pigs by helicopter, with dynamite" option.

i dont care if its true or not, i laughed like a drain.
 
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JJH as all of us who have been supported by air know, the target for ground to air weapons IS the ground. The only argument is over the miss distance. Ask any bomber pilot, he will claim a 100% hit rate.


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I have very mixed feelings having been saved by some fine "Danger Close" USMC F-4 CAS but also being strafed and rocketed by some USAF fast flyers.


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The individual flights are relatively short, lasting about 15 minutes per person. Still, that’s enough time to fire off an estimated 500 rounds of .233 semiautomatic rifle ammunition.
I might offer my services to remove the brass for a small fee, but I'm buggered if I'll offer to dig out and dispose of the lead.
 

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