The guys really “brought it” with Cardboard Warfare 1, and even with Cardboard Warfare 1.5 …. Cardboard Warfare 2 looks like it’s going to be on a whole other level of awesomeness.   

According to the end of the video, the release date is September 22nd!

5 COMMENTS

09-14-2011

Toy guns I know, but I find these random ideas interesting:

Any guesses on the profound artsy statement that would be sitting underneath this picture at a gallery?

My go: “Shackled by the power nine handguns in a room full of itchy triger fingers. With his hands bound, unable to shave or move Christian is left powerless and weak”

The photographer’s name is Lloyd Bishop.

Hat tip: M. Smith

9 COMMENTS

09-14-2011

Downtime in the military looks painful:

The saftey nazi in me noted that the magazine was still in the shooters rifle.   Was it loaded? Maybe, maybe not?  Either way, with only 2 triggers to pull on that gun, id rather be 100% sure that the only one which could possibly discharge a round, would be the non-lethal one.

Kind of reminds of of the getting shot on purpose bullet proof vest incident… although not quite as stupid.

Any of you guys ever done (or witnessed) anything thing like this?

Hat tip: Branko

29 COMMENTS

09-13-2011

A perfect example of why people that don’t know anything about guns, shouldn’t produce something to do with guns:

Bryan pointed out that the rifle is a Russian AN-94 assault rifle.  Anyone wanna bet they just googled “Assault rifle” and decided this looked the meanest. *facepalm*

More pics – HERE

Also, maybe I’m the only one that is bothered by this, but I hate that people even give Obama even a shred of credit for Bin Laden’s death.  It really diminishes the accomplishment of the military in my eyes.  Makes about as much sense to me as giving the weather guy credit for a sunny day outside.

The action figure is unsurprisingly Chinese made.  If you want one, they are $130 – HERE

Hat tip: Bryan

33 COMMENTS

09-13-2011

The incident resulted in his termination. Hovan has a concealed weapons permit, but did not inform Walgreens that he was in possession of a gun at work — a weapon he purchased, he said, after the store was robbed in 2007. Walgreens fired him, now he’s suing them.

Full story – HERE

That’s strike 2 (that I know of) for Walgreens when it comes to not acknowledging some “good” that came from a firearm in one of their stores.  If you remember back in May of last year in Omaha NE some punks tried to rob a Walgreens and one of them got ventilated.  Walgreens didn’t give a shit and couldn’t even thank the guy.

If I owned Walgreens I would have at least bought the pharmacist a new concealed carry weapon as a thanks, not to mention a “sorry” for having to go through such an ordeal.  I wish the pharmacist much luck with his lawsuit.

Hat tip: Jon Y, Steve P

30 COMMENTS

09-13-2011

Jeff Cooper said to never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy:

Personally, I would have stuck to muzzle sweeping the ugly picture and the couch.   Unloaded or not, what he did in the video just creeps me out.

UPDATE: I have this vid saved if anyone can re-upload it!

Reminds me of the Rifle Used As A Bugle post from last year.

17 COMMENTS

09-12-2011