The Lucky Gunner Shoot

I was invited this year to attend the 2011 Memorial Day Weekend Blogger Shoot. Unfortunately I was not able to go due to prior obligations. From what I have seen blogged about it I will try to go if it happens again next year!

There has been a lot of conversation regarding the "Ammo Waitresses". For an event like this the idea of someone to help out along the line is wonderful.

When I saw the pics of the Ammo Waitresses I did not expect to see normal attire.

I was expecting the kind of "helpers" that exist in specialty shooting ranges found just outside of Las Vegas. Or even like Tilted Kilt.

I for one am totally cool with it.

My wife says, had she been there, she would probably have been more comfortable being helped by these girls. I say "girls" because they remind me of my daughter!

Good job ladies. Excellent marketing Lucky Gunner!

--Man, I love Capitalism! And guns, and women. I wonder if there was bacon there?

6 comments:

Andy said...

Well, that's the first picture I've seen of the ammo waitresses and I have to agree... no big deal. They look like they are dressed for a hot day on an outdoor range.

Newbius said...

Wholeheartedly agree, in this instance. I stand by my comments as to gun marketing in general.

Bubblehead Les. said...

Still think they should have offered the Gig to Disabled Vets to supplement their meagre Pensions.

JB Miller said...

If there were disabled vets at a shoot like that, I think I would be bringing them ammo, and buying dinner and drinks. There would be a line to do it.

There was a soldier in uniform on the plane during a recent business trip I took. There was a line of people that offer him their seat in First class...

Old NFO said...

I was there, and it was a non-event... at least until some folks went off...

Mad Saint Jack said...

Well I looked at the photo stream and as best as I can tell there are pics where the focal point is the ammo girls, while the rest of the pics focus on the guns.

I'm somewhat confused because it looks like the female gunbloggers where treated the same as the male ones.