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Archive: Gun Culture U.S.A.(462 images)

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Images from an ongoing project looking at the archetype of the Gun throughout American culture. Guns, gun owners, gun enthusiasts.
  • World War II re enactors Ted Hutton and Tom Morgan shoot a machine gun atop a tank at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • World War II re enactors Ted Hutton and Tom Morgan shoot a machine gun atop a tank at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • World War II re enactors Ted Hutton and Tom Morgan shoot a machine gun atop a tank at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • World War II re enactor Ken Morse shoots a 1919 A4 machine gun at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Tom Morgan fills a machine gun belt with bullets at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Tom Morgan fills a machine gun belt with bullets at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Ted Hutton, a World War II re enactor, shooting at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Ted Hutton, a World War II re enactor, shooting at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Shooters detonate sticks of dynamite placed out as targets...Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Tom Morgan, dressed in World War II era military coveralls, shoots an M-4 assault rifle at the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot...Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
    Archive_200...JPG
  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
    Archive_200...JPG
  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
    Archive_200...JPG
  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Brothers Dan and Scott Leis, both dressed in World War II era uniforms, walk through the snow to inspect an Osama Bin Laden target they were aiming at with their cannon...Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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  • Brothers Dan and Scott Leis, both dressed in World War II era uniforms, walk through the snow to inspect an Osama Bin Laden target they were aiming at with their cannon...Scenes from the Rocky Mountain Fifty Caliber Shooting Association's 2009 Machine Gun Shoot.  ..Each year the organization holds two sanctioned machine gun shoots during which machine gun owners and vendors bring their guns to shoot for a three day-long event.  Organizer Bob McBride described the muddy Fort Morgan event as "machine gun Woodstock without the dope."  The annual events draw shooters from around the world to shoot at propane tanks, cars filled with fuel, boxes of stick dynamite, and other "reactive " targets.  People wishing to own automatic firearms must be licensed by the federal government to purchase the weapon.
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