Sunday, November 15th is Veterans Appreciation Day at the Texas Firearms Festival [click here for tickets] at Best of the West Shooting Sports in Liberty Hill Texas (just NW of Austin). All prior and active U.S. military members receive a $5 discount on standard shooting tickets. (Veterans: send an email with any form of military ID to [email protected]) For every Sunday standard shooting ticket sold, the Festival’s also donating five dollars to Veteran Outdoors, a charity that takes veterans hunting or fishing to help them assimilate back into society. But BEFORE that totally awesome day . . .
we’re sponsoring the Texas Veterans Shoot, also at Best of the West, on August 29th. The idea is simple: it’s a gathering of veterans to swap stories, compare weapons (so to speak) and shoot guns. Unlike the Festival, this is a BYOG (Bring Your Own Gun) and BYOA (Bring Your Own Ammo) event. Think of it as a warm-up for the Festival. If you’d like to attend, just show up with your military ID at BOTW at 0900 hours on the 29th. See you there!
The address in the copy says “[email protected]”
I expect that should read [email protected]
Maybe it’s “[email protected]”. Of course, showing up to an operating system convention with an AR might not go over so well…
No, the first way was correct.
Veterans just ain’t speller’s, sorry we’re not.?
Outstanding! Count me in.
Anybody wanna carpool from north of there (a state or two above?).
It might be funny to get a beater school bus, with a bunch of heavily armed vets push in to Texas, and have it filmed by helicopter. Or, if we could get two helos you can film me while I cross into texas with a beard and shemgah, driving a bongo truck, and just see how far I get.
Anybody up on the rules/paperwork?
Photocopying Miltary ID cards is illegal.
It’s a trap, gotta go, but it’s a trap ?
Q: ? Is that 7.62 or less single action? Or 7.62 or less… esse.