Although this mini crossbow is quite a bit cooler than the same persons mini cannon, I still find it difficult to get excited about stuff like this. The camera work and the music is so damn boring, that doesn’t help matters for me either.
I blame a combination of the model, and the 10 or so people that were involved in that debacle.
There is a time and a place, for pointing real guns at a camera and in every other random direction. That time and place is in a controlled environment where everyone is on the same page when it comes to safety, and there are no outsiders that might be walking in the background wondering WTF some chick (or guy maybe, who knows.. that haircut is androgynous) is doing 360degree finger on the trigger muzzle sweeps with two suppressed glocks.
If you’re going to steal Wi-Fi, at least make sure you do it with tact(ical goodness):
Although I’m never a fan of using a gun for something other than it was intended for, because of the possible repercussions. You can’t argue with the fact it makes sense from an efficiency standpoint because of the inherent ergonomics.
I like how this guy did it classy too, by incorporating the camera mount into the magazine, and using a regal looking mini tripod. Not to mention the fact he used an airsoft HK frame.. just to really say “Neighbor, you suck and I hate you so I’m stealing your wi-fi with this gun” (reference)