An interesting concept called “Receiver” by Wolfire games:

A video showing the updates and guns that were added:

Made in only 7 days as a part of an FPS game programming challenge.  Shoot drones, and turrets while manipulating your 1911, Glock, or revolver realistically using the mouse and a lot of keys.  Nice touch that they made the Glock with an auto add-on.  Available over at Wolfire Games at an introductory price of only $5.

Receiver-Gun-FPSThe fact it’s an FPS without the P (person) is interesting until you realize that there’s basically just an “invisible” person.  Decent looking game for $5 nevertheless.  I like the fact that it’s open source too because if it catches on there are a lot of people that will do some really awesome stuff for it.

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05-12-2013

Rock salt and bean bang rounds at a denim over meat target:

“Everyone know’s that plastic bags are the exact same thickness and density as human skin.” haha the delivery of that troll was flawless.

The moral of the story is “buy a shotgun“, and don’t use these gimmick rounds for anything but fun.

DemolitionRanch-YouTubeI really hope he hit the BBQ with those ribs after the vid.

When Demolition Ranch has hobo penetration on his mind, he wears the AR-15 Builders Club t-shirt from ENDO Apparel.

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05-11-2013

22Plinkster with a high sugar capacity assault drink shot:

“If you ever get a chance, try this shot if you think you can do it safely” -22Plinkster

22plinkster-YouTubeBecause there are so many definitions of “safety” apparently, I really don’t want anyone trying this when I’m around.  180 degree muzzle sweeps aren’t really my cup of tea.  Yea I know… I’m such a safety nazi *eye roll* haha you guys…

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05-11-2013

Hopefully none get a mind of their own and turn out to be assault bricks:

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Some 716 guns were turned in. With support from the charitable foundation of famed glass artist Dale Chihuly, they’ll be turned into bricks. The mayor plans to visit public schools around the city to hear from students about how gun violence affects them, and their messages of peace will be represented on the bricks.

Full Story – Seattle Times

Regarding assault bricks, how ironic would that be if someone got beat to death with one of these bricks?

Wow 716 guns!  *eye roll* Gun buybacks are such failures it’s hilarious.  If it only saves one life though right?

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05-11-2013

Home gunsmithing at it’s finest.  I think the tenifer might be wearing off though:

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Source – Improguns

Pfffft safe action triggers are for pussies anyway.

Yea obviously not a Glock Brand Glock.  As the source link says, it’s suspected to be molded from a sawdust expoxy mixture.  Hammer fired from within the slide too!  It’s no porcelain Glock 7 that costs more than you make in a month, that much is obvious.  Although, I suppose I might be surprised what some of you make in a month.

With all this talk about banning 3d Printers, I’m pretty sure we should add glue, sawdust, and metal to the list too.  Hell, lets just quit beating around the bush and just put hands on there too.  If what you could do with your hands was regulated by the government we would have no problems at all.

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Hat tip: MLK

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05-10-2013

Optical Illusion art at its finest.  This is incredible:

Artist Michael Murphy of Milledgeville, GA want’s to get the conversation about gun control going.  On display at the Association for Visual Arts (AVA) in Chattanooga TN until the end of June.

“Guns are fetishized in the U.S.,” says Murphy, an artist and assistant professor of art and technology at Georgia College. “Many, many Americans love guns. I’m creating a giant gun. Gun enthusiasts should love the piece.”

“I just want people to keep talking about guns [and] why we should have guns,” he says. “Communication is necessary because I don’t see any sort of solution being proposed.”

As a visitor moves off the correct vantage point, “you watch the gun disappear. It turns into particles. It reminds me of the lives taken by gun violence.”

Full story and details over at the Times Free Press.

Like most gun related art, the intended purpose of this is to get people to complain about how “guns kill people” and how we should ban them.  I’m obviously not for that, but I would like this badass installation in the foyer of my ENDO mansion someday.  Sadly the nature of pingpong balls means they will blow around a lot in the breeze I’ll be getting off the ocean.  Michael Murphy and I will have to figure something out… maybe platinum balls painted black just to make people mad?

Michael-Murphy-Ping-Pong-Ball-Assault-RifleLots more pictures on Michael Murphy‘s website.

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05-10-2013