Animals are hilarious:
The dog was like “NOPE! It’s not Chuck Testa.” (watch this commercial if you don’t get the reference)
Is your dog scared of anything funny?
Hat tip: Bryan
The November 26th picture day was no doubt a huge success, and I’m sure December 10th will be even bigger.
I’ve never been to their facility in Scottsdale, AZ but I’d like to check it out someday. Their retail website SGC USA is one of the few online firearms sites that doesn’t piss me off. The main reasons being that they actually have things categorized properly, and they have several great high resolution pictures for every item. Most sites think they can get buy with a single low resolution standard picture of a product, which I don’t think is acceptable in this day and age.
Trigger discipline was obviously stressed at the event, which is good to see. Muzzle discipline to a lesser degree. It’s pretty safe to say all of these are NOT loaded, but last thing we need is Christmas getting canceled because Santa took a negligent round. OMG linked ammunition slung over their shoulders?! But but he could just pop those into one of the guns and kill everyone! *eye roll*
Unsurprisngly there is a hilarious discussion going on over at the UK website DailyMail.
Thoughts? Anyone near Scottsdale plan on taking their family to the December 10th event?
Hat tip: Matthew, Bryan, Lisa, Cameron H.
“Bullet time” sounds pretty awesome; they say each bullet is modeled in real time. The kill cams looks pretty intense as well.
Seems like they put a lot of effort into this game, I’d like to give it a try.
I remember trying out the first Max Payne on the PC years ago. I liked it but I remember it being pretty complicated, plus it ran slow on my computer back then (story of my life when it came to computer games).
The game will be released March 3rd 2012 but you can already pre-order it if you want – HERE
This is probably a stupid question, but is a usable shotgun without a barrel an NFA item?
Maybe they just chopped the barrel off (at the receiver) for the video? I’ve taken apart my Remington 870 before, and the barrel locks back into the receiver. If it wasn’t just chopped, I don’t know how the shell wouldn’t fly out of place without being locked properly into something when it was fired. I could be wrong though.
Hat tip: Bryan
I can definitely see how working in a gun store you’d “hear it all”.
If I owned a gun store I’d probably have a permanent hand palm mark on my face.
You can tell these guys have a lot of fun venting (bitching) on these videos. Even though they complain on youtube, they do mention at the end of these “gripe” videos how much they appreciate business, and they are happy to answer any questions people have. My guess is they are now actually condescending to people that come into the shop, which is no doubt much better for business.