Last week’s winner was Navillus. This week’s smart ass creative genius will win a Butler Creek ASAP Universal AR15/M16 Mag Loader courtesy Vista Outdoor. Get your entries in by Sunday midnight to be eligible.

 

104 Responses to Weekend Photo Caption Contest: Win a Butler Creek ASAP AR15/M16 Mag Loader

  1. She rollin’, rollin’, rollin’
    Though the streams are swollen
    Keep them doggies rollin’, rawhide

  2. Dear sirs, I do not want to know what you are doing, but I would ask that you return that model of 1911 in the enclosed envelope, forthwith. Thank you. JMB

  3. No caption. I just wanna know who sanctions those matches. Looks fun as fuck.

    I’m gonna be disappointed if it’s not a bouncy horse.

  4. Isosceles vs. Wever is so last year. If you are not training with Tactical Concepts LLC. you are not getting the latest greatest firearms and defensiveness mindsetiveness innovation available to mankind in the history of mankindivity. Examples of this inovativeness include the quadsoscolese stance on display here.
    Go quad or go train with Yeagermeister.

  5. I don’t know what your problem is. It’s called “cowboy fantasy camp,” isn’t it? In MY fantasy the cowboys have 1911s and AR15s.

  6. This is an ATF compliant horse – if it bucked, it could possibly create a trigger reset condition that would simulate automatic fire.

  7. “Ride. I used to jump my horse and ride. I had my six gun at my side. And I got shot but never died.”

  8. Concierge-
    “Ah, newlyweds, would you like the bridal suite?”
    Groom-
    “No thanks, I’ll just hold onto her hair”

  9. Yes yes I know it looks silly but do you really have to keep humming the theme song to bonanza the whole time?

  10. Lady, I realize your horse feed and vet bills aren’t gonna be a problem, but why do you have a shovel propped against the corral, it’s not like you are gonna have to clean up after your beast!

  11. Army Cavaliers still training to shoot from the saddle. Admittedly the standards are not what they used to be but neither are the horses…

  12. “Well…” said the Range Officer, glancing back over his shoulder at stage 3. He turned back towards me, with a resigned look on his face.

    “…Day 1 didn’t really go as planned. The first 2 stages were great, but then the first shooter on stage 3 was this New Yorker. He was all gung-ho, said he’d ridden one at Johnny Utah’ in Manhattan and all, and we believed him. Yeah, we took his word for it.”

    “You remember before Shorty’s got shut down and Dave the bartender would bet riders drinks against 8 seconds on the bull? Remember him actually having to pour many free ones? Yeah, neither do I. Apparently, he had some guy jack up the bull’s mechanicals and made it into some sorta super-toro.”

    “Well, that New Yorker got on the bull, the RO hit the buzzer, flipped the switch and Mr. Manhattan started flailing like a rag-doll in a pitbull’s jaws. Thank God he only had a single-stack .45 and not one of those STI wiz-bang race guns. Well, it took off so fast he just started bobbing like one of those crazy inflatable dancing men strapped to the back of a jet engine. Bullets were everywhere, folks were screaming and we realized we had REALLY fscked up designing that stage.”

    “After the shooting stopped and he came to rest on the now-crushed RO table, we found a few coolers and their carbonated contents had erupted when hit, John’s Chevy now had thru-and-thru door ventilation and, thank God, no one got shot. Mr. New Yorker even offered to replace the card table and tent he perforated.”

    “After that, we had a quick pow-wow and thanks to my niece, we were able to borrow her “roping pony”. So, while it’s not nearly as exciting as we had planned, the guy from American Medical Response doesn’t get any new clients. Thankfully, no-one has threatened to sue, but they did make us promise to not make next year’s shoot as exciting as this one.”

  13. A horse is a horse
    of course, of course
    and no one can shoot from a horse of course
    unless of course, you shoot from your horse
    with a famous Mr. Ed (Brown)!

  14. I tried to make this comment in an earlier statement but if you expect to win anything off of this caption contest you’re mistaken. I won this thing weeks ago and still never received anything in the mail from Dan Zimmerman I’ve contacted him a couple of times via email and he says he’s really busy too busy to send a package of swab-its through the mail so don’t count on getting whatever you won on here either he’s too busy to have somebody mail something. Or he’s irritated with me for another reason go figure.

    • I got my swag from my wins. When there was swag. In the beginning you just got to be the winner. Prizes came later.

      I live in CA and I got 2 iwb holsters and an AR muzzle break. Can’t use them. But I got them.

  15. The weekly meeting and training session of the Microcephalic Horse Protection League of Iowa (MHPLI) will be held on Tuesday at ….

  16. Ride little horsey down to town
    Rifle little horsey don’t fall down
    Uh huh, uh huh, ride on…

    I guess that’s one way to re-live your childhood.

  17. Large Animal Veterinarian Lesson 53: Proctological Exams In Difficult Situations.

    Note: Lab fees charged for ammunition, and possible damage to simulated horse

  18. Remember, if you have an accidental discharge while holding the gun at low ready, it’s a long walk home.

  19. “Bed em Down, boys,
    Put your cowboy boots and guns away
    The broomstick horse just up and died today
    And so did saturdays
    Hoppy’s gone…”

  20. Wow, the things I see; thought about riding a real horse & going Cavalry? You can’t earn your infantry Cavalry spurs like that.

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