These shitheads illegally dig up bodies and artifacts from WWII:

If this was done in an archeological manner I wouldn’t have as much of a problem with it.  These guys are doing this half under the guise of “We have to find these soldiers and re-bury them”, and yet selling the artifacts on the black market.  If your only tools are a shovel and one metal detector, you’re ruining shit and getting lucky finds occasionally… not preserving history.

I’d like to know what family members of soldiers who died there think of this.  My guess is they don’t like these guys, and either wish the bodies could just be left alone… or else an actual proper excavation take place.

11:53 – Looks like a RGD-33 fragmentation grenade.  Sitting in water since the war ended so I’m sure it’s not risky to handle it (correct me if I’m wrong).

14:12 – Mosin-Nagant.  Just a little rust, that’ll buff right out after you throw some solvent on it. :P

VICE-Logo14:42 – More RGD-33’s… They look a lot more volatile when they are dry.  I don’t think I’d want to touch or bang those around.  People get hurt all the time from explosives that old.




Polenar Tactical … more importantly Manca, takes a look:

Manca-Polenar-TacticalThat’s a clean / tactical looking VZ58!  Looks like a carbon fiber stock and forend even.

2:44 – “Put it on your tummy”  hahaha I remember I used the word “tummy” around a couple of my friends once when I was way too old to be using that term, and they made fun of me for a while.

3:27 – *licks rifle* haha

They put out a Handgun Tips For Beginners video you can check out also if you wish.



This is mind blowing.  I’m happy to see at least everyone isn’t bowing to the standard “guns are evil PERIOD”:

Appleseed volunteers and Revolutionary War re-enactors are leading the intensive course, which is one of nine different options at Craver. The instructors brought real guns into the classroom Monday and Tuesday before heading to the range to show how things worked in the 1700’s.

The course is a week long even!  That’s really awesome.

1:52 – “That’s how you load a .22 mag”  LOL thug life.  I made up an instagram video today for that:

A video posted by ENDO (@everydaynodaysoff) on

shooting-targetFull Story over on KOAA5 News.

Gat tip: Corey



Mattv2099 innovates:

haha those look awesome.  If Matt would clean those up a bit and produce those for me in large quantities I could probably put them up on ENDO Apparel and guys would love them.  I’m a rube so I never learned how to use chopsticks properly… I just eat sushi like a savage with a fork or my fingers.

Mattv2099-ENDO-Trollture-TrollingI would be neat to see extreme slow motion video of how they are flying.  Obviously keyholes are a huge issue.





0:38 – That gold P08.  Someone is fancy.

1:00 – Someone educate me on why finding out if that the firearm in the burned out vehicle was so important, considering it happened overseas?  Should I be assuming the overseas police have people in custody pending the results?  Don’t fingerprints get burned off… how would they tie it to a particular person?  Unless there’s registration there, they are the worst criminals ever and used their own gun (ha).  So many unanswered questions.




This guy works hard and is cool as the other side of the pillow:

The Gunny, R. Lee Ermey, will get a chance to scratch his itchy trigger-finger as he plays with some fabulous weapons and weaponized vehicles, and consults with some top-notch experts. And, as only The Gunny can do, he will show our audience the way in his famous indomitable style when it comes to the world’s most fabulous weaponry.

R-Lee-Ermey-GunnyThe video was a trailer for his new show called Gunny Time (am I the only one without a show for real?).

I’d dabble with this show too (along with Jerry’s) as long as I can find a way to watch it.  Starts April 15th on the Outdoor Channel.

Thoughts?  Will watch?  Did Gunny ever steal your girl? *insert sad frog meme here about me not having a girl for him to steal*