Firing AK47 and M16s and tossing grenades in Cambodia
Want to fire an AK47 or M16? Maybe throw a hand grenade? Then visit Phnom Penh, where shady entrepreneurs have turned Cambodia's huge military surplus into tourist dollars.
Posted on January 06, 2003
You will have a promising career in private security when you return to the States.
Quite a change from the infamous "Ostrich" incident in Washington Island, WI. Where do I sign up for this little fantasy camp. Pugh, are you bucking to take over Charlie Heston's job at the NRA?
I used to think that Cambodia was super weak. Y'know 'cus they don't have ninjas... But now i see that it is totally sweet, and by totally sweet I mean that it is cool!
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I just want both of you to know that when I started viewing this clip, Wolfan and Zoe became very nervous and started pacing around the room.
Curry said his first English word yesterday. He said, "Hello,".
I want to throw grenades.
Note to self -- visit Cambodia ^_^
Why anti-gun? After seeing the genocide museum in Cambodia, do you think people who were armed would have dug and marched into their own mass graves?
I have to agree with Alex. I don't think everyone should shoot, but they should have the right to shoot... Plus you couldn't disguise the grin on your face after the M-16.
Great video, very well edited..
i really love your site. what you are doing, and how you are doing what you are doing also. hope i get the same oppurtunity one day.
Looks like you had a lot of fun firing those guns! I especially like the M16. And the AK47 had a lot of recoil, even with the bipods on. The grenade was awesome. I would have liked to see it blow up in the dirt, but I guess all the shrapnel might hit somebody, :P.
Really cool,that shooting range. I went to the shooting range last week. For $20 shooting with a Kalashnicov (AK-47). But also launching a rocket.In the past you could shoot on a cow but now there are only paper targets. Really incredible, this is never possible here in Holland..
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