The voices are what make it great:

I still have to see that movie.  I comes out on Blu-Ray in a couple days (August 28th) so i’ll have to check if Red Box gets it soon.

Thoughts?  Is the movie as entertaining as the trailers make it seem?

Hat tip: Al



If this was a bit thicker and longer…

It would be awesome for hiding some handguns or a rifle.  This is the kind of thing you could probably convince a wife or girlfriend to put in the living room without too much trouble.  Pretty neat that you need two magnetic knobs to open it, although it wouldn’t be idea if you needed to get at your firearm in a hurry.

Made by Torafu architects out of Japan.

I wonder if a person could modify a cheap shelf at IKEA to serve such a purpose.  Maybe i’ll try to muster up the courage to venture back in there sometime and check it out.  This shelf looks promising, but it appears to be a bit thin for such an application.




I’ve never played Skyrim, but the gaming world seemed to be all over it for a while:

Good idea for a video, it would work well with a lot of different game footage.

The execution of this particular video was perfect.




The old way, by cutting the rifling grooves into the barrel:

One of the new ways, by cold hammer forging the grooves in:

Frankly they are both frightening as hell!  The 2nd video isn’t specifically firearm related, but the process is similar.  I cringed every time that hammer came down and struck the object… that’s TONS of force per square inch.

To use a Workaholics reference… both processes are so tight butthole.


Hat tip: Simon, Eric



Just out having a troll stroll exercising rights at the same time:

hahah he suggests to the cop he should park elsewhere as not to impede traffic.  Good start guy..

How do automatic firearms normally look?  In my experience they look identical to semi autos unless you know what to look for.  *blah blah blah erring on the side of caution* because so many criminals open carry mid day minding their own business on a busy street right? *eye roll*  We discussed this before on the blog, but what phone operators at police stations need to start doing is asking a few simple questions like “So this person you saw open carrying… was he acting in a threatening manner?” etc.. and then based on the answers proceed to educate the caller that open carry of a firearm is in fact legal in the state.  It would really save a lot of time for everyone involved, and free the police up to deal with situations that are of actual importance.

I love how he was finished with the police at around 3.5 minutes, yet continued to be a douchebag and argue with them about the semi-automatic / automatic, and the NFA.

I’ll say it time and time again, open carry if you want… it’s your right (in some states) and you should do whatever you want, but don’t be surprised when you get harassed over and over because some “concerned citizen” sees you carrying around a “High powered fully automatic assault rifle with a shoulder thing that goes up”.


Hat tip: Carl, Scott



Lucky he’s not driving, or he would get a ticket in most states:

The picture was actually taken in Syria, while they were travelling 80MPH into the city of Aleppo to kick some ass (or get lunch and some beer with his bros when they respond to his text).

Source – CJChivers (Author of THE GUN)

First of all I thought he had his finger on the trigger… but upon closer inspection of the hi-res pictures on CJ’s site, the guy has it behind the trigger.  Interesting choice of resting spots.

Other guesses on what he’s texting?

Hat tip: Steve