I didn’t blog about the SHOT show, or reply to very many comments yesterday because I was busy making this:
With his trip to the 2010 Las Vegas SHOT show a day away, Hitler gets angry when he finds out he was not notified of the reality regarding the 4th Generation Glock models.
Hopefully you guys have as much fun watching it, as I did making it.
I’d really appreciate if you would subscribe to my YouTube channel.
Ironic that they are one of the top manufactures of handcuffs.
“This is one case where what happens in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas,” Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer said at a news conference.
I bet he was saving that line up for a while
Full story on the S&W arms bribery debacle – HERE
Help those poor guys pay their legal bills: ( NOT! )
For those of you that though the initial leaked price of approximately $1500 was too good to be true, you were right!
From the recent press release:
Suggested retail price: Basic $2,685 and Enhanced $3,061
The Bushmaster ACR for the commercial market is available in the Basic and Enhanced configurations. The additional features for the Enhanced version include an AAC® Blackout™ NSM Flash Hider for exceptional reduction of muzzle flash; multi-functional, three-sided aluminum hand guard with integral MIL-STD 1913 accessory rail; and folding, six-position telescoping composite stock with rubber butt pad, sling attachment mounts and 2-point push button sling. Each configuration of the commercial ACR is offered in a non-reflective, black finish or Coyote Brown (30118).
I’m sure they will sell enough of them anyway, but at almost double the initial leaked price for the most basic model, a lot of people are going to be angry.
Link to press release – HERE
Bushmaster ACR website – HERE
For those of you that don’t follow new technology, the Amazon Kindle DX wireless reading device was released today!
If I had my way I would make it free forever, but Amazon has a fancy 3G network they use to deliver the information for free to your Kindle… So I guess they need to pay for it somehow.
Currently, blogs are priced at $0.99 to $2 per month. Amazon decides on the price, the blog owner has no input.