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Posts by Chris Cheng
Lots of awesome here, with less words, and more pictures.
The gun community is full of interesting characters, and Knob Creek is quite the place for people watching. Pictured here is my new Quaker friend Valerie of Great Machine LLC with an Mk46 lower with Mk48 parts, chambered in .308 that the company will be producing and [Read More…]
Just a small sample of some fun guns. From left to right: 1) H&K MP5 in 9mm 2) Ruger 10/22 .22LR in full-auto 3) H&K MP7 in 4.6×30 4) H&K UMP in .40
The Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot in West Point, Kentucky is a machine gun fan’s dream come true. Not only do you get to watch a good number of machine guns going off, if you’ve got the cash then you can come to the firing line and have at it. I didn’t [Read More…]
Many of us own Remington 870 shotguns, and if you don’t own an 870 then chances are you own a Mossberg 500. But today, we focus on a new product out on the market, a Remington 870 bullpup conversion kit from a company called Bullpup Unlimited. The founder is a 26 [Read More…]
The Maschinengewehr (MG) 34 is a historic machine gun that was introduced to the German army in 1934. Recoil-operated and air-cooled, the MG34 shoots the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge. Now, you have to be careful when shopping at the Knob Creek Machine Gun shoot [Read More…]
Pictured here is a full-auto MP5K in 9mm. Obviously this isn’t any normal configuration. It’s in a suitcase made by Hofbauer in Germany and is valued around $2,000. Contrary to some info out there, the suitcase by itself is not an AOW, according to my [Read More…]
While the Knob Creek Machine Gun shoot is known for all the machine guns here (which I’ll get to in subsequent posts), I had the pleasure of holding the most expensive gun I’ve ever held and so I wanted to write about it first. Appraised at $80,000, this [Read More…]
Yup, $40,000. And of course all the appropriate paperwork, tax stamp, etc, so if you win the lottery you can come to Knob Creek to buy some machine guns. The M60 is chambered in 7.62x51NATO/.308 and the E4 designation is one of the more modern variants. Perhaps someone [Read More…]
I’m here in West Point, Kentucky at the Knob Creek Gun Range for the October edition of the 2013 Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot. It’s my first time here and it is going to be a blast. Over the next few days I’ll be posing about the cool guns and events [Read More…]
Over at IndieGoGo, a Kickstarter type site, The Gun Box is trying to raise a $100,000 in seed funding for its first run production. With 26 days left as of this writing, they have raised $14.5K. What’s interesting about this gun safe for me first, is its design. [Read More…]
Based out of Arizona, GG&G makes all of their products in America, which is up front and center on their website. They make a number of shotgun sling attachment points, from fixed attachments, to QD (quick detach), to looped. Below are some technical specs: Benelli [Read More…]
If you spend a lot of time on a sporting clays range, at 3-gun matches, or anywhere where moving long guns is something you need to do, Rugged Gear produces really nice gun carts for this purpose. Rugged Gear has multiple models which can hold 2, 3, or even 4 guns on a [Read More…]