Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/15/12
Darnell Dockett REALLY loves guns. This isn’t our first rodeo with Darnell and his heat. Remember this gigantic Barrett rifle with bullets that would drop an elephant? The dude ain’t even playin’ up in Arizona – and who can blame him? That said, we weren’t the least bit surprised today to see the 31-year-old defensive end upload the above photo to Instagram and add a special message. Yup! Same guns they have in call of duty II…who wanna play? You win, homeboy. We ain’t even thinking of playing. Those don’t look like deer hunting weaponry. The real reason of this post isn’t to show you Dockett’s guns. That’s old news. The real reason is to also bring up that there is an Orlando gun range that will let you have a Call of Duty experience where you can shoot at a human. According to WKMG Orlando: Now, there is a new, first-of-its-kind gun range in Central Florida that brings Call of Duty — and other real-life scenarios — to life. “First thing, when you get here, everybody’s checked. No guns, knives, ammunition on them,” said Kaplan. He then modifies the customer’s weapon, replacing the barrel so a live round will not fire but will still function as a regular weapon, shooting a soft rubber bullet instead. “A revolver would work the same, semi auto, the action actually cycles. There’s full recoil with the weapon. The assault weapon fully cycles,” Kaplan said. Participants then suit up, protecting their head, neck and private parts. The experience only costs $150. Tweet at Dockett and see if he’s down during the offseason. We’ll be offering up Kevin The Intern to get into a battle with Dockett. [Darnell Dockett - Instagram] Filed under: Football
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