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Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern - Scottsdale Gun Club

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Uploaded on Dec 3, 2010

Andrew Zimmern visits with Scottsdale Gun Club and experiences some really Bizarre (read: disgusting) MRE (meals ready to eat).

From Andrew's Blog (http://blog.travelchannel.com/bizarre...

"I went foraging in the desert with a survivalist, trapping rats and chowing down on them, and I spent a fun filled day at the Arizona State Fair and even rolled a pigeon or two. I got in touch with my softer side in Sedona too, but the real fun was hanging with my new buddies at the Scottsdale Gun Club. 1.25 MILLION rounds of ammunition are fired on SGC ranges each month, they do rental guns ranging from pocket pistols to belt-fed machine guns. SGC is firmly at the center of the modern day Southwestern gun culture by being not only one of the top gun stores in the country, but certainly the largest public indoor range and a true destination in the Southwest. This is a very high-end gun club. Membership costs up to $10,000 per year, and members fly in on their private jets to fire rounds that in some cases cost $1,500 per minute to shoot. But I wanted to check out the "Black Gun culture" which refers to people and items associated with military style firearms and self-defense. SGC does private company military training for privatized military jobs carried out by civilians. I trained for a day with ex Special Forces contractors firing M-60 machine guns, riding Humvees and using AK47, M16, M4s for target practice. Despite the meal of MREs that we chowed down on with Rob and Terry, this day was one of the best experiences of my life. These men and women are outstanding in every way and the training I received there was something I recommend to everyone."

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