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GunnyTime with R. Lee Ermey is a fully immersive host-driven television series focusing on weapons and weapons technology past, present and future. The Gunny, R. Lee Ermey, will get a chance to scratch his itchy trigger-finger as he plays with some fabulous weapons and weaponized vehicles, and consults with some top-notch experts. And, as only The Gunny can do, he will show our audience the way in his famous indomitable style when it comes to the world's most fabulous weaponry.
The Gunny and the crew from Dillon Aero hit the skies in a Bell UH1 Iroquois Vietnam era Huey, complete with a mounted Dillon Minigun.
The Gunny and Pete Sherayko take a trip back to the old Wild West, and check out a couple of the most legendary pistols of the period, the models 1877 and 1878 Colt revolvers. Then they break out the long guns and have a blast with a couple of 1881 Marlin rifles. Later, counter-terrorism expert and former Israeli Special Forces Operative Aaron Cohen drops in with a couple buddies to demonstrate how they serve a high-risk terrorist warrant in the Middle East.
The Gunny and Craig Sawman Sawyer take aim with the FN SCAR; Sawman with a surprise return.
The Gunny and Kenton Tucker take a spin in Kenton's Vietnam era MUTT Jeep, complete with a Ma Deuce between the seats, in a trip down memory lane. Then, The Gunny and his buddy Gary Archer chew the fat about the "Lamborghini" of iconic submachine guns.
Up close and personal with the USS Makin Island crew (LHD-8) as they test some weapons.
The Gunny goes back aboard the USS Makin Island, exploring more of the ship's advanced weaponry alongside the Navy's top weapons specialists; Gunny finds true love on the fantail, falling for a sweet 20mm heartbreaker.
The Gunny is back aboard the USS Makin Island, exploring more of the ship's advanced weaponry alongside the Navy's top weapons specialists; Gunny finds the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System, or CIWS; close quarters flight ops.
R. Lee Ermey(Host)
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