RECOIL put the kid in a box… gave him all types of parameters and shit.  Oh and notice this video I was able to embed below is only a short “preview” *eye roll*:

Firepower-United-Phuc-LongOnce I actually jumped through the hoop by visiting the RECOILTV website and watched the inline unskippable ammunition ad the unembeddable video was alright I guess.  I’d ask the question “Why make content harder for people to consume?”, but at this point we know the answer is money.

The monetization of Phuc Long is a very real concern.  Firepower United was so pure before.

Thoughts?

Gat tip: Michael

COMMENT
09-14-2016

Sent in by ENDO reader Maison:

glock-instrument-organ-keyboard

hahah pure gold.  Nestled between the Xylophone and Chimes.  I wonder if the Glock has an extendo clip, or if it’s just the regular 92 round assault clip they all come with?

Reminds me of this Day-zero ENDO shit.  When I say Day-zero I mean Day-zero… that was the very first post, all the way back on November 4th, 2008.   Wow almost 8 full years of this… pretty awesome.  Thank you everyone for all the support, and continuing to always come back (even after I go on holidays).

Gat tip: Maison

COMMENT
09-9-2016
09-9-2016

From the guys at Corridor Digital:

Looks entertaining, plus the realism looks great.  I’ll watch it if I can without downloading that stupid “go90” app they are trying to push… I’m not interested in that I can assure you.  I get it, there is potentially lots of extra money if you don’t use YouTube, but it’s seriously a major pain in the ass for everyone so if you ask me that’s quite the cost (inconveniencing and irritating your audience).

Sam and Niko from Corridor Digital talk about RUSH:

Jerry-Miculek-Captain-AmericaThoughts?

COMMENT
09-9-2016

Bars for days:

Respectable collection. Me, when he spit those bars about the Deagle:

Gat tip: Allen

COMMENT
09-8-2016

OPERATING a John Deere excavator to test his Hi-Point in this one:

Trolling ensues, clueless YouTube comments are born and all in all it’s a good time.  Glad to hear he’s not taking advantage of the Hi-Point no questions asked warranty.  Yea sure it’s “No questions asked”, but trying to get a new gun out of this type of deliberate damage wouldn’t be ethical.

From the Hi-Point website:

The Hi-Point of Service

Damage, age, and plain old wear and tear – these things happen. When they do, Hi-Point customers enjoy a lifetime, no questions asked warranty. And lifetime means just that – free repairs for the life of the gun, whether you are the first owner, or the third.

reCAPTCHA-Beautiful-Hi-Point-Trollhaha hmmmmm I wonder how many ridiculously damaged guns like Mattv2099’s they get back for repairs where people are like “I was just out at the range shooting slowly and then BLAM all of the sudden this happened”.

Oh and remember the Salient Arms Hi-Point? ahhaha

Thoughts?

COMMENT
09-8-2016