Machine gun galore at the Green Mountain Boys machine gun shoot (16 PICS)

On July 13-14, dozens of machine gun enthusiasts and hundreds of fans attended the 13th annual Green Mountain Boys machine gun shoot at Camp David in Eden, Vermont. The weather held out and a good time was had by all.

A wide variety of weapons were on display at the event. The only time they were idle was to cool down and in between shoots. If you’re in the northeast in July, you should definitely consider attending this small and friendly event. It’s a great place to see some unusual guns, talk to some interesting people and get some trigger time by renting a machine gun or two.

The shoot is made possible by David Villeneuve, his family and a group of dedicated people who work hard to spread positive news about the Second Amendment. They make sure everyone is safe, well fed and entertained.

Steve Newlan of Windsor Arms Co. shoots a full auto M16 with an Adam Arms piston upper receiver chambered in Russian 5.45x39mm. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

Table full of guns. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A range safety guy shoots a MAC-10 chambered in .45 cal. It has an old 80’s style suppressor on it. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

On top is British Lee Enfield No1 MkIII with a 7.5-inch barrel chambered in .303 British. Below is a Russian Mosin Nagant 91/30 chambered in 7.62x54R. Once rifles, both were made from de-milled rifle receivers that had been cut in half. They’re now considered pistols. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A modified SG-43 Goryunov sits on a tripod. This is a medium machine gun the Russians started using during WWII. Windsor Arms Co. built it from various parts. They made the muzzle attachment which really helps to control it while shooting full auto. The original sights aren’t very good so they made an optic mount for the EOTech red dot. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

David Bord shoots his M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle chambered in .30-06. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

An M2 Browning with some spent brass cools down between shoots. Behind it is a GE M134 Minigun. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

Steve Dunn shoots a shortened AK-47 chambered in the standard 7.62x39mm. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A bullet riddled car smolders during a lull in the gun fire. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A nice muzzle flash erupts from a full auto AR-15 during the night shoot. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

Flags fly over the firing line. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A US Marine ‘Devil Dog’ shoots an AK-74 chambered in 5.45x39mm. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A father teaches his daughter how to shoot full auto. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

An M60 cools down between shoots. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

The Connolly crew posing for a photo with some of their weapons. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

A machine gunner dumps his AR-15. (Photo: Ben Philippi/

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