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With Upgraded Ranges and All New Shooting Experiences, The Shooter’s Gauntlet Announces its 2nd Annual Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot June 3-4, 2017

Tickets on Sale Now for the Northeast’s Ultimate Shooting Weekend

Monroeton, PA – February 15, 2017 – The Shooter’s Gauntlet, a one-of-a-kind, 1,000-acre facility located in the endless mountains of Northern Pennsylvania, is set for its second annual Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot June 3-4, 2017. The Northeast’s most unique shooting events venue has been completely upgraded and expanded since the inaugural shoot last spring, with larger machine gun and suppressor ranges, a newly covered gun show area, and shooting activities unlike anywhere else, including an assault hike, hand gun zip line, an ‘inversion diversion’ for shooting steel while upside down, and more.


Tickets are on sale now at: www.shootersgauntlet.com/machine-gun and start at $25 for a weekend pass.

“If you haven’t visited us on the mountain yet, prepare to be blown away,” said Bob Raimo, owner of the Shooter’s Gauntlet. “The Machine Gun Shoot this June will be our biggest event yet. From the zip line, to our inversion shoot, to access to a full line of unique machine guns, this is the ultimate shooting weekend; an adventure deep in the Pennsylvania wilderness that will be unlike anything you’ve experienced before.”

Adding to the one-of-a-kind experience, the Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot gives attendees the chance to shoot a Barrett 50 BMG, full auto FN SCAR 16 and take advantage of one of the only 1100 yard ranges in the Northeast.


“We learned a lot after last year’s inaugural shoot. We were fortunate to have a core group of supporters for year one, and that support has only grown as we head into year two. We’ve spent a lot of time and resources upgrading our facility to create an incredible event experience this June,” added Raimo.

Firearms and accessory manufacturers who want to learn more about exhibiting or sponsorship opportunities can visit www.shootersgauntlet.com/mg-line-details or contact Bob Raimo directly at 484.883.9067 or [email protected].

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