This is Select-Fire, where we travel around the country visiting gun- smiths, shops and shooting. In this episode, we fire off buckets of brass during a little gun-cation at Machine Gun America. Located in Orlando, Florida, the shooting attraction is a sigh of relief among the tourist traps, chain restaurants and cartoon-oriented activities. During our visit, we experience one of the largest collections of civilian-owned belt-fed weapons in the country. Then, we top it off with something a little bit bigger. Enjoy!
Select-Fire: Visiting Orlando’s Machine Gun America
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