This is incredible on so many levels.  The 🐍🐍🐍%’ers will love it:

Rare Breed Firearms doesn’t appear to have a functional website at the moment, nor can I find them on the Dick Spider website which they say they are distributed on.

LOL what a time to be alive.  Imagine the look of disappointment on the faces of your parents once they find out you bought one of these.  You’re a “rare breed” indeed my guy.

Oh and believe it or not, since I wrote this post A CHALLENGER Spartan Head emerged:


Gat tip: JT


The gun industry continues to astonish me (in a derpy bad way).  WHOSE MANS ARE THESE?

Simulated automatic rates of fire with all your semi-automatic guns.  Oh man… that video and product though.

☑️ Made by veterans.  That’s always used as a flex to sell more product.  I’m surprised more veterans aren’t actually trying to actively distance themselves from shit ideas.

I almost fell off my chair when I saw that huge thing attached to the glove and going inside the trigger guard.

0:52 – ROFL look at the other side… look at how it works.  Incredible.

Here’s a closer look at how it works:

This is selling for $300 (early bird special $50 off LOL) on the AutoGlove website.

This is obviously made to circumvent NFA laws, that’s no surprise nor is it hidden on their website.

Not sure if serious. Thoughts?


I like 3d printing, so this is really cool, and a very bold move by Daniel Defense:

Once the cost of the 3d printers (which print metal) come down to a level where the average person could afford to buy one, I see the suppressor industry and a lot of other industries absolutely being destroyed if the finishing required isn’t time consuming and difficult to do.  I know a lot of people said that about 3D printing as a whole (plastic etc..), and so far I don’t think it’s hurting anyone’s sales because the quality of the home printers isn’t all that great (from what I’ve seen) and getting your part to be usable and look “factory” really isn’t as easy as just opening a file – hitting print – perfectly finished part.  I’m guessing people don’t want to spend a lot of time in the finishing stage. Interesting in this case that Daniel Defense is doing this, because they aren’t a suppressor company.  This is their first go at suppressors, as far as I know.

They are saying 30 – 40db sound reduction depending on the platform.

The MSRP is $1157 for the quick detach version, and $986 for the direct thread version over at the Daniel Defense website.

I’m actually surprised it took this long for one of the large companies in the industry to do this.

Thoughts?  You waiting for the day full files for everything gun related is available for download?  I could picture my dude Cody Wilson making the news again for something like this… an open source 3D printed metal suppressor for the people.  Maybe Daniel Defense would even release the files sooner or later just to shake things up?



$369 over at the Bayonext website.  Who’s getting one?  Better yet, who’s getting four (one for each side of the rail)?  Can I mount this on my Glock rail?

If it’s not clear from the above pics, the spike initially is hidden until you slide a little sleeve back and CHNNNNNNNNNGGGGGG the spike extends out.  You can check out this video of it in action.  The prosecution will love it! 😂 I had to shoehorn that in one way or another.

They have a really long story on their website about why this is useful in “modern combat” and for sportsman and outdoor enthusiasts.  We all know piehitters are going to be buying this thing for home defense.

I’m still not 100% sure if this is serious, but the website has a bit of effort put into it, and their facebook page is poppin so it must be.


Gat tip: @captainchris561


Ugh smh.  Somebody come get their girl:

I literally can't even 😒🤔😬😂. Gat tip: @nickprivy28 @sketchydr @doitallgp

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I hate that these videos aren’t longer.  I want to know more about what makes this girl tick, and how she got to where she is haha. Holy am I ever on a roll with the shitposts today.



Draco with the beam ⛽️🅰️🆖:

I think we’ve established already that rap isn’t what it used to be.  I’m not old, crusty, and fat enough (yet) to not like this modern stuff, but I’m sure that time will come.  The old and crusty part that is.

Thoughts?  I know some of you cool teens will be adding this to your playlist.  Others will be logging off and never visiting this website again haha.

Gat tip: abovetheknees