I feel sorry for kids too young to have ever played duck hunt:

Source – AF275

What a great looking holster.  No surprise that he scored perfect on the test runs. :)

Hat tip: Dnine

16 COMMENTS

08-3-2012

At 6 minutes these vids are becoming too long:

5:30… the camera man catches a chunk of fridge in the arm.  Those guys are so dumb.  Unless you’ve never shot a gun outside of a video game I don’t know why you would ever think filling a fridge with binary explosives and standing that close would be considered safe.

Thoughts?

33 COMMENTS

08-3-2012

This is what I consider a valid gentleman’s rant:

Note that he actually states facts.

OMG what a scary shirt he has on… 4 high capacity assault clips filled to the top!  I hear those bullets can pierce tank armor and shoot down airplanes! You can pick up your own Black Rifle t-shirt over at ENDO Apparel.

If you’re not already subscribed to MrColionNoir you’re slippin.. go do it now.  He needs to start getting more of that YouTube money to pay for ammo now that he turned into a hipster and bought a Glock 33 ( .357 Sig ). :P

Thoughts?  How many rounds are too many? Think of the children.

28 COMMENTS

08-2-2012

I didn’t know being a Gentleman meant also being a retarded douchebag:

Sure some of it is meant to be funny… but they are dead serious on the rest of it.

So much ignorance.  Nothing like a tragedy to bring out these kind of people… it happens every single time.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Will

32 COMMENTS

08-2-2012

The baddest rapper of them all gets owned:

hahha that would have been unexpected.  My first thought would have been it was a real gun too, although I’m smart enough to check it before I pull the trigger on something I am handed.

Yes blanks have and will kill people, but it seemed to work out alright in this case since he actually shot toward the corner where they planned.  The problem lies where you try to “prank” someone with something like this and they mess around and put the empty “airsoft” gun to their head as a joke and pull the trigger.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Kearney

11 COMMENTS

08-2-2012

Everyone is jumping on this bandwagon now because of the implication:

Check out Gunsmithing with a 3D printer Part1 and Part2 for the details.

I really hate the phrase “world’s first ______” which a lot of websites are using to describe this experiment.  3D printing is over a decade old, and downloading a firearm related 3D CAD file and feeding it into one of these printers has been done a million times.  The only reason this is making the rounds right now is because of the Aurora, CO massacre. 

“OMG you can PRINT A GUN!” is what people are saying.  So much for gun control if you can just print one, right? *facepalm*Sure the lower is considered the “firearm” as far as the ATF is concerned because it is the serialized part.  The AR-15 lower is such a simple receiver that people have even made them out of cutting boards.  I’ll be impressed when an entire functional firearm is printed, barrel, components, and all.  

Thoughts?

Hat tip: The 20+ of you that emailed me.

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08-1-2012