As Chad and the family create an old-style "Mobster Hit" for a customer, Steven teaches Payton that shooting up other people's property comes with a big price. Meanwhile, Biff has some bad news for the owner of a seemingly rare weapon.
Range regular Doc shows Steven & Kenny a monster M-60. Later, the Sumners stage a Civil War epic that includes the blowing-up of a cabin. Meanwhile, the range is used to settle a bet: what looks cooler blown to bits: a watermelon or a bowling ball?
Steven puts together a massive experience for a customer looking to take out an army of zombies. Steven also sells a replica of a very cool "Pirate" gun, the legendary Blunderbuss.
Steven goes ballistic upon learning daughter Stephanie's new boyfriend has yet to touch a gun. Steven forces Stephanie's guy Ben into an awkward session of hunting, followed by a pro wrestling match where the overzealous dad escorts the couple.
Steven helps a feuding couple rekindle, first by helping them destroy their ugly furniture, and later by staging an "explosive" date out on the range. He also haggles with a seller over a rare "Book Gun."
Steven and Payton meet men who build cannons that can shoot bowling balls. Meanwhile, Gran-pa hires a new girl to work at the range – with mixed results.
Biff Sumner Jr.
Pro-gun reality focuses on family, safety, legality.
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