First off, I did not take any pictures so this might not have happened! I went to the range this afternoon and took a man who is visiting from Korea. My wife had asked me some time last week if I would take him. I told her that I would be glad to but before I would, he would have to come over and pick out the guns he would want to shoot. He came over Sunday afternoon and I laid out a few guns for him to look at and make a selection. It was like watching a kid in a candy store, he doesn't speak any English but I did hear a whole lot of "Oohh Waa" which pretty much means "WOW". The rifles I laid out were mostly old military type arms such as M1, M1 Carbine, 1903A3, German 8mm's, and a couple of AR's (one A1 and one A2). I think he took pictures of everything. Then I laid out a bunch of hand guns, they were a Luger, P-38. Beretta 92, a few 1911's, Ruger Redhawk .44 Mag, Ruger Vaquero, Ruger Blackhawk and I don't remember what else. Again pictures of everything. He ended up picking out the M1 Carbine, the AR15-A1, and a 1911 since he was familiar with these. Through my wife and his fiancee, he told me that when he was 18 he was drafted into the Korean Army and was still in during the time they were using the M1 Carbine and the US was giving them the M-16. Some of their sidearms were 1911's. All right, now to the range report. When we got there, there were a bunch of folks on the rifle range so we shot the 1911 first. We went thought the "safety course" using the two translators. He kept shaking his head like he was understanding everything. We went down and set up a target and backed up to the 7 yard line. I showed him the stance I use and how to "load" the pistol and fired one shot, just to let him see. I handed the pistol to him and he fired five magazines through it. He did pretty fair for someone who has not touched a gun in 50 years. He kept pulling to the right but did get a couple of bullseyes. When we got over to the rifle range, the people there were leaving so we had it to ourselves. We took two targets down to the 50 yard line, one for the carbine and one for the AR. He did not do so well with the Carbine, but after the first 4 or 5 rounds with the AR, he was wearing out the bullseye. There were a few pictures taken by his fiancee using his phone so if I can get him to text them to me, I will post a few. His phone is on the Korean system so I don't know if there would be an international charge for him to text them to me.