AKA Spam Cans… a video on how to translate the writing into English:

The video is long, but there are a lot of great examples for anyone that’s into Russian military surplus ammo and wants to know what’s written on the outside.

Hat tip: Peter



A revolver made out of tools that an artist or old school designer would commonly use:

A revolver made out of purely Helvetica Bold characters and symbols:

Both designed by Mark Fitz out of Dublin, Ireland with prints available for purchase.

Hat tip: Lisa



A short stop-motion lego parody of the Bourne Legacy:

Every time I post one of these, I pretty much comment the same thing about how I can’t believe how long stop motion videos must take to make.

If nothing else, this video reminded me that I need to see Bourne Legacy.

Make sure to watch Lego Shootout for another one of Keshen8‘s better gun related lego stop-motion videos.



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Yes, 1 real handgun… This guy is a menace!

Behold the full article.. it’s pure gold.  Here are some highlights:

Michael Millazzo, 53 was collared early Friday morning and cops recovered two handguns, 26 magazines, 10,537 rounds of ammunition, 32 machetes, 60 knives, 16 air pistols, an air rifle, seven tasers, eight brass knuckles, nine batons and 10 handcuffs, upon executing a search warrant.

Wow…. just wow.  I love how they were so specific with the round count too.  LOL 10,537.  I’m surprised they didn’t confiscate other dangerous things to lay on the table, like kitchen knives, bleach, screwdriver etc..

Like a couple of the guys over at SayUncle mentioned, that Beretta 92 bastardization and its magazine look suspect… most likely not even a real firearm.  So in other words this guy’s arsenal only consists of one Glock.

The door to Millazzo’s apartment was plastered with military and weapons-related stickers including ones that read “Member, National Rifle Association,” “Proud to Have Served in the U .S. Armed Services,” a bull’s-eye target

Stickers!  You don’t say?  There’s a telltale sign on a twisted individual right there.

It was not clear what he intended to do with the weapons.

Who the hell writes these articles?  Sure NY has terrible gun laws, but just because someone breaks some firearm related possession law, or is a felon and owns a firearm, it doesn’t automatically mean they have ill intentions.  Perhaps they think being able to defend themselves is worth the risk of possibly being caught.  The audacity!

Thoughts?  How many of you guys have “arsenals” according to this?  Never mind stupid question… :P

Hat tip: SayUncle via Rob



Buck Yeager and some kid tell you what to look for:

0:43 – For instance HK, just in general the whole company… HK builds greats guns, you can depend your life on HK but they are a bunch of anti-gun f**kwads and you can’t get parts or service for the damn thing.

LOL that’s why I keep watching Buck Yeager vids… pure gold.

2:55 – WTF?  The kid said he would be worried about spending too much on a gun because if he shot someone and the police seized it he would be pissed off.  You can tell Yeager was thinking WTF too.. and quickly changed the subject.

4:12 – Bashes Kel-Tec for not being built to professional standards.

6:30 – Regarding external safeties hahahha the police department didn’t buy Glocks because they didn’t have safties, but they bought SIGs which also didn’t have safeties, because the SIGs had a hammer.

The elements they say to look for:

  • Availability of parts
  • Comfortable
  • Durability
  • 9mm or .45 caliber
  • 4 – 6 lb. trigger pull
  • No external safeties
  • Hammers are unnecessary
  • Ported barrel guns for self defense are stupid
  • Accessories and availability of accessories