First the “pistol brace” (AKA THE GREATEST SBR LOOPHOLE known to mankind) now this “muzzle device”:
Probably talking to the ATF like “I’m Sig Sauer bitch… enjoy yo’ self“.
How long until that gets approved and some other company or Sig even, sells the convenient (1:56) “slip on cover” for it, which miraculously attenuates the report of fired rounds. Priceless… When that happens it will be a celebration. I’ll bring the cake. Anyway they are suing the ATF right now because they say it was inaccurately deemed a silencer. Imagine that.
Damn short stroke gas pistons are ill. DAT BUTTSTOCK amirite?
Richard Ryan finds out those damn S5 features are difficult to extract:
Damn that Barrett M107A1 is MEAN! Great looking muzzle blast from the comp. Good looking phone also, but too expensive… I’ll stick with my off contract Nexus 5.
Catch Richard in the California No Right To Bear Arms t-shirt from ENDO Apparel.
Try as they will… they still can’t top Cut You Down:
The thing about the Cut You Down video, was that the song was a great fit for the footage, and it’s a great song. Maybe if this particular video was set to… oh I don’t know Beyonce – Flawless we’d have a hit on our hands. *I woke up like dis… I woke up like dis* *operators we flawless… operators we flawless* *My Glock flawless my Glock flawless* because this drum beating track though has me like “meh”. High speed footage though… keep operating bros. Damn what about that synchronized dancing though? Watch me bring that to the gun world and subsequently swan dive into the DM conversations your girl has with her friends.
Says Elvis Presley Enterprises, who doesn’t like this ad and is suing Beretta:
Elvis Presley Enterprises filed the suit against Beretta, claiming the gun co. hijacked Elvis’s face and good name to hawk its new model 692 shotgun. Elvis impersonators even made an appearance at the Beretta booth at the 2013 SHOT show in Vegas. According to the lawsuit, while Elvis was an outspoken gun enthusiast, neither he nor his estate ever gave Beretta permission to use his image in ad campaigns.
Hat tip: TMZ
Great looking shotgun… weak Ad. I see very little marketing that I’m impressed with when it comes to the big gun companies. I don’t know if these places have internal marketing departments or if they hire agencies, but whoever is doing the work sucks. Likely they numbers nerds are like “OMG GUYS OUR ELVIS AD MADE US $10.2 MILLION this quarter… raises for everyone!” just to keep their jobs and keep putting out bullshit ads. An Elvis lookalike in 2014? That’s literally the most boring and non relatable thing I’ve ever see to sell a shotgun in my entire life. Why even bother? I know I’m not in the target demographic for fancy-ass shotguns, but if I was I would have preferred they just put nice pics of the amazing details on the gun itself. Last thing I want people being like “Oh the 692! You bought the Elvis shotgun!”
Beretta… you’re corny. Step your game up.
Niiiiiice. I want to see this done with an AR, and even an AK (although the AK might be next to impossible).
hahahahha they (FOX) actually refer to Owen as AK Jesus:
I can’t embed the video but you can check out out on Fox News.
Simplicity in design and engineering and old world craftsmanship to make new modern things… right on.
Always good to hear about Snakehound Machine, and Owen doing well. For those that didn’t know, Owen has been growing his hair out for over a year to donate to Wigs For Kids, a foundation who makes wigs for sick children who have lost their own hair, additionally he donates his liquid bone marrow to help people in need. Awesome guy.
Without the long hair he’ll still be AK Jesus to me.
P.S. I love how FOX filed this under “Science” on their site.