I scrolled through the comments and they seemed to all surprisingly be positive. I was waiting for comments like “SILENCER WORSHIPS THE DEVIL… Unsubbed / throwing my suppressors in the garbage”... always disappointing when people don’t get butthurt.
They put a lot of effort in, I like that.
If any other text on the planet has been argued about more than the 2nd Amendment, I’d be very surprised:
Bill Whittle always serves it up nicely. People will continue to argue this forever, no matter what.
“Well that was written back in the days of flintlock muskets so… blah blah blah” *extreme eye roll when people say that*
Hat tip: TTAG
Taofledermaus with the Rust, wax, and lead:
Can’t spell tetanus without anus. I don’t know what that’s supposed to mean, but let your imagination run wild because it’s a fact.
I love how Taofledermaus has shooters. That’s so gangsta.
These rounds didn’t really doing anything that interesting, but it’s cool he tried them anyway. I like channels like his, which are so willing to satisfy viewer requests.
No NO NOOOOOOO! Ugh, what happened to the good old days where you could shoot a dog or pistol whip someone without an app or smart hardware snitching on you? Just jokes guys… you know I love all you LEOs long time.
Associated Press on the technology:
I have a feeling most people in the line of duty would prefer not to have something like this, but I could be wrong. I say this because RARELY do they find themselves on the “other side” of the law (for better or for worse). Sure it happens in instances of gross negligence, but it’s no surprise that the smaller cases with less damning evidence easily seem to disappear. Sounds like this technology isn’t providing all that much previously unknown data besides GPS coordinates, the number of shots fired, and the direction of shots at those coordinates. Who knows what story that could tell though? If you don’t have recorded HD Camera footage (at the very minimum… but really is one angle even enough?) to back it up, the shot “evidence” is still really up for interpretation because you have no idea what the party who the officer was shooting at was doing. To me this is the biggest flaw, and the main reason I don’t want to see police departments bogged down with crap like this. At the end of the day they are doing a job… a job where I like to think most of them are great people who live by their oath. If you start wanting to use technology to throw them under the bus that’s not going to go over well.
I’ve watched enough movies to know internal affairs would be so far up an officer’s ass if they thought there was any wrongdoing, it would take a tactical Hercules to pull them out.
Longtime blog follower / commenter Andy Wolf puts some lead downrange:
Oldschool version of the California No Right To Bear Arms shirt with the extra-aggressive distressing. Size Smedium, which is key he says. The NY reload was so crucial.. all he was missing was the temple index scan at the end.
Man that range is awesome, I love targets like that. It’s a Military range as expected.
Always nice to see vids or pics (Instagram or emailed to me etc..) from you guys so I can put a face to a username.
Polenar Tactical got on law enforcement’s radar (in a bad way). This is damage control to prove they aren’t terrorist in training:
I don’t know anything about Slovenia (where they are based), but it seems to me that very few places besides the USA tolerate high level organized non-military training, which in appearance at least is what it looks like they are doing. Watching their YouTube videos however, shows they are in it for the LULz and the sport.
I like these guys, I hope Slovenia doesn’t screw them on this.