A notable similarity is that “gunshots on the beat” and this were both filmed in basements. At 273k views for this video and 478k views for gunshots on the beat…note to self about basement rap success possibility. The Red Ryder BB Gun and handgun are obviously a huge part of what make the song hard. Other rappers and haters just don’t like taking chances messing with guys that have air powered weaponry. It’s just not worth the risk.
Everything from the snotty nose, to the geeky kid that doesn’t say anything.. this video is clutch.
Some killer lines too “I could beat you up / if you had 1000 knives / even if you have infinity knives / i’d punch you up into the air like a kite”
If you need a carbine and don’t want to break the bank this might be a good option. Maybe it’s the price point, but something makes me uneasy about modifying $169-$315 guns to shoot higher pressure rounds. The gun store guys are known for their hi-point torture tests, which proves they are very resilient. I just don’t know if I can get over that in my mind though.
Tighten your damn suppressor before you rock and roll.
He does a pretty good job of suppressing his embarrassment in video #1:
Video #2 though… “Stay clear guys, this is going to be awesome”. Everything is going well…. OH Wait jiggly suppressor! For the love of god… *JAM* *rack* *Bam bam bam bam* *JAM* (Repeat 9x). Embarassing! Now the classic “Bad ammo” cover-up. It’s Murphy’s law that if there are cameras and a group of people watching you this is exactly what happens.