Capturing the action, while trying to stay alive. The lord’s work really:
What company insures people that do retarded unnecessary jobs like this? I hope they raise his premiums to 3x his yearly salary just so he might get the point that there are devices that will put him 100% out of harms way, and he is an idiot for trying to make a career from “oooooo look at what I do to get a good picture”.
0:28 – As a professional I carry the 70-200 is [virginal ???] for the range. This allows me to keep a safe distance from the shooter being unobtrusive.
Sure he is not physically in the way of the shooter, but he is still way in front of the muzzle at 0:28, 0:33, 0:46
You know what though… I’m just being my usual asshole self. We all know there has never been an accident by a professional shooter at a shooting range.
1:01 – And remember, learn to see the light.
I can’t help by think that’s some sort of reference to dying while standing downrange photographing people who are shooting.
Perfectly safe according to James Yeager. To quote his ridiculous response video “It’s a scientific fact that true safety does not exist”. *eye roll* I think I actually may have read that in my Troll-sci 100 textbook back in highschool.
Panty-o loves to troll (most of the time by accident though I’m pretty sure). You might remember Russian operator Sonny Puzikas’ AK Finesse video I posted about which went poof soon after. I don’t think anyone saved it, so all we have is that glorious screenshot. Oh and guess what… as I pointed out earlier in the post that guy ended up negligently shooting someone. Who would have ever thought something like that could happen?
Despite those goofy Tour de France type brand sponsorship shirts, the ridiculous Nikon pink camouflage hat, and the fact he doubled down on paracord bracelets and threw some other rubber ones in there for good measure, Yamil Sued seems like a likable guy. I just hope he tells his wife and kids he loves them before he goes and voluntarily puts himself in front of muzzles to get pictures which people are going to look at for 1 second and go “Hmm, neat.”.
Hat tip: Jason