He does his trademarked bumpfire:

Result: it works.

I’m actually surprised he didn’t spring the for Surefire 100 Round Magazine instead.  It would be more conducive to his bumpfire lifestyle.  Maybe it’s not out yet though?

I know a lot of you hate when I post cokeman’s videos, cause it “gives the antis fuel” or something like that.  I see where you’re coming from, but I really couldn’t care less what someone that doesn’t like guns thinks about anything.  If cokeman wants to bumpfire inside his house he can go ahead and do it for all I care (actually I hope he does cause that would be facepalm-tastic) as long as no one is getting hurt.

When he’s out and about, I bet he gets a lot of questions regarding his role on “2 and a half men”.




This week I’m giving away 12 copies of Philip Mulivor’s new book:

About the book:

More than 130 key quotes vetted for accuracy—including nearly all the famous firearms-related remarks attributed to our Founders—by checking them word-for-word against original books and documents (many predating the Declaration of Independence). The book debunks several phony quotes and sets the record straight on dozens of others.  Several reproductions of title pages from antique books (Some are over 250 years old) which were used in the research are also included.

If you don’t think you’re lucky enough to win, or if you simply want to get your hands on a copy immediately you can place your order over at Amazon:

Buy the paperback for 12.95 or Kindle edition for $3.95.  Philip was nice enough to offer a 20% discount on the paperback edition using the discount code EFPPY7C5 for the length of the contest when you checkout of Amazon.

Giveaway rules:

1) You must be 18 or older
2) You must live in the United States

How to enter:

  • Easy.  Just leave ONE comment on this post.  Don’t reply to anyone.  More than one comment will disqualify you.
  • Use a valid email address so I can contact you if you win.  Your email address will not be used for anything else but notifying you of a win.

The Draw:

  • I’ll generate random numbers at random.org and that corresponding comment number wins a book.
  • You can only win one book.  It will be signed and shipped to you directly from the author once the contest is over.
  • Contest ends January 27, 2012

Giveaway Schedule And Results:

January 23 – Book 1 – Drawn from comments on this blog post:  WINNER – #47657 indoh
January 24 – Book 2  3 – Drawn from comments on this blog post:  WINNERS – #47928 Marci / #47869 Austin
January 25 – Book 4  5  6 – Drawn from comments on this blog post:  WINNERS – #47775 JG / #47719 Jeff / #47895 MSgt B
January 26 – Book 7  8  9 – Drawn from comments on this blog post: WINNERS – #47941 Chris / #48202 JGreene / #48122 Will
January 27 – Book 10  11  &  12 – Drawn from comments on this blog post: WINNERS – #47705 Tom / #47862 noflashbang / #47675 Dustin

Good luck!



Probably one of the funniest training videos I’ve posted to date:

As a global leader of Tactical Training, Xia Tactical offers a unique brand of training to warrior minded individuals throughout the U.S. and South America.

Uh.. how about we keep it short and sweet – “The leading training school for tactical bamboo / lawn chair operations.”

My Commentary:

  • 0:04 – Lets get started with a 7 foot bamboo log to the face.  How you like that beeOtch?  Now try to stay on target.
  • 0:07 – Disregard bamboo logs, acquire sight picture.  Someone yells “Lets go playa!”
  • 0:16 – 12 dudes, 1 mime.
  • 0:18 – Nothing like throwing a 7ft bamboo log at someones stomach in order to simulate real life.  If I never trained for such a thing I wouldn’t be half the man I am today.
  • 0:24 – Hand to hand a bamboo log then gangster shoot like no ones business.
  • 0:31 – Oh look more bamboo log deflection training.  Wtf is this? Donkey Kong?  The target charge while shooting was a nice touch.
  • 0:33 – I often find I’m engaging targets while balancing on logs, greased up slides, you name it.  Glad to see a training school catering to the problems operators face.
  • 0:39 – Ah the good old log to log walking while shooting drill.  One of the most practical drills in existence.
  • 0:41 – Dramatic point…. and hand to hand bamboo skills demonstration.
  • 0:50 – Take a knee with your bamboo log gentlemen, and point your gun at the target like you mean it.
  • 0:51 – Here take another bamboo log to the stomach and charge the target while shooting.
  • 0:58 – Getting ripped off the back of a lawn chair then returning fire.  Such a valuable skill if you go to a lot of cookouts in the hood.
  • 1:08 – Shooting from lawn chairs.  In case you catch those east side fools in your beer cooler.
  • 1:10 – Punching and cutting targets after you shot them.  Good way to make someone you killed more dead.
  • The music speeds up and it gets more retarded… but first some repetition of what I mentioned above.
  • 1:44 – Engaging targets while douchebag instructor jiggles the logs under your feet to try to make you fall.
  • 1:48 – Screw the limbo, i’m jumping over this shit.

Some more of the same stuff as above and instructors pushing students asshattery, peppered with the guys playing with moving boxes like they are cover.

I know you guys are going to have a lot to say about this.  Thoughts?

Hat tip: Mark W.



Yea, this happened:


Sadly, the joke is probably on me, because i’m sure they will sell a ton of those things.  At least it doesn’t have a zombie defense marketing twist put on it.  Good to see there’s a 3 sided rail on this for people that want to mount night vision, VFGs, multiple optics, co-witnessed BUIS, lasers, and a Remington masterkey.

If I had a few hundred dollars kicking around I didn’t care about, for kicks i’d buy one of these and rig it so that the lever made a dry heave sound every time it was cocked.

It’s like they are trying to out do themselves since the Mossberg 500 Chainsaw and their full-retard muzzle break they decided to throw on everything.




Glock gave this away yesterday at their SHOT show party:


I can’t really see the detail from the angle the picture is at, but the only thing that looks “Glock” about it to me is the color.   They could have at least make it boxy and put some groves on it like slide serrations, made the exhaust looks like a barrel, matted the engine block etc…

This is where I predict the content of the comments:

  • “Can it sneak through airport metal detectors?”
  • “Does it backfire (kaboom!) from time to the time?”
  • “Is it mostly plastic?”
  • “Is it uncomfortable as hell to ride?”
  • “Does it refuse to rust and beat the 1911 model motorcycles in every aspect but old world appeal?”  <— I know no one would say this but me haha

Matte black really does it for me!  My dream car is a Matte black Lamborghini Aventador, with matte black rims, and a black leather/suede  interior.    Or as we say, “black on black on black”.

Thoughts?  Any of you bike guys know the model they used?



A new one from YouTube’s freddiew:

Freddiew was slipping for a while there…  I didn’t like his video concepts and I hated the execution.  I really liked this video.  Even the sound effects were great.