Glenn Beck and hundreds of Second Amendment supporters descended on Elm Fork Shooting Sports in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday for Mercury One’s annual “God Guns & Giving” event.
The sold-out fundraising event was attended by retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, David Barton, and, of course, Glenn Beck. They and other attendees made their way across a massive gun range and took part in a competitive-style sporting clays challenge.
But Beck also had the pleasure of shooting fully automatic rifles during a session with DRD Tactical.
See how he did below:
And if you prefer to see the heavy duty automatic rifle in slow motion, Beck has you covered:
One of the more unique events that coincided with “God, Guns & Giving” this year was a tour of Beck’s stunning “Miracles & Massacres Museum,” which even included a sneak peek at the planned “4D D-Day Experience.”
“It is a museum of about $50 million worth of amazing historic items,” Beck explained.
Some of the featured items included a sign from the side of the lifeboat on the S.S. Titanic, the “Great Escape” map that British prisoners of war used after escaping from a German POW camp during World War II, and a note hand-written by assassinated former President John F. Kennedy.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the Miracles & Massacres Museum located at Mercury Studios in Irving, Texas:
There were also youth training sessions on gun safety and target shooting on Saturday at Elm Fork Shooting Sports. And for the second year in a row, vocal pro-gun advocate Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) made an appearance and exercised his Second Amendment rights.