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Triton Field Trip: Captains shoot their way through day at the gun range

The Triton hosted its first Triton Field Trip on Feb. 1, a day at a shooting range with 16 yacht captains. Hosted by Scope Maritime Solutions, the day included basic gun handling training, an opportunity to fire a half dozen kinds of weapons, a security drone demo and presentation, and lunch. 2016 is The Triton’s Year of Networking, and we’re experimenting with new ways for yacht captains and crew to interact with the yacht business community in different and powerful ways. PHOTOS/DORIE COX

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  1. Capt. Daniel Doyle

    Don’t point that Gun at the camera man, it might go off. Yea I know so you had the clip out of it, but remember there can still be one round in the chamber. I can show you a hole in the wall to prove it.

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