Cashing In On Range Time

When word came to the office that our editorial team was going to grow by one member, our hackles immediately flared. We're a tight group of guys, woven together by a deep-seated passion for making a living doing what we love. We build magazines together in the office and memories together afield. We're a family. But were we intimidated that a retired Navy SEAL was joining our ranks?Ain't no way.

Well, maybe just a little.

A short time ago I had the opportunity to spend some time with Ray "Cash" Care at the range to film a brief promotional video. He was hired in large part to work in front of the camera, and as a SEAL I assumed he was right at home on the firing line, so I wanted to see what he could do on both accounts.

Let me put it to you like this: Having spent a pile of time in front of the camera, I took every opportunity to poke the bear when Cash forgot his lines or requested a retake because of fumbled lines. And when Cash had the opportunity, he poked back—I think I'm still bruised.

Enjoy the photos of Cash at the range. Notice the determination in his eyes when he's shooting and the confusion and disarray while he's delivering his lines.

Cash: Welcome aboard, brother … we're glad to have you fighting with us.