MrColionNoir goes in on the topic:

I like this guy more and more every time he puts out a new video.  If I was the NRA i’d put him on the payroll immediately to talk at events.

If this is your first time seeing him on the site, make sure to check out his Guide To Gun Store Salesmen, and Guide To Gun Store Customers … they are both priceless.

The Youtube screen capture is the best… he looks nuts!




Hey whatever works to stop the threat I suppose:

Usually I like to keep my Deagle jokes to 1 per day, but i’m going to make an exception this time and say that I’d rather deliver blows to an attackers face with an empty deagle than a comparably light weight glock.

WHOA WHOA wait a minute… The Glock wasn’t in slide lock so the mag obviously wasn’t empty.  Proof when she drops the mag and ejects the round that was in the pipe at 0:35.  So you mean to tell me that it’s a good idea to shoot a few times, and then swing around a loaded gun and hit it against objects?  My mind is blown.  Everyone give it up for Buck Yeager and Tactical Response *crowd cheers* … if endangering photographers lives doesn’t piss you off enough them I’m sure this new example of stupidity will get your blood pumping.

I’m now starting to feel like Yeager is trolling.  That or he gets his kicks out of getting that sweet girl to do a bunch of stupid shit on camera.  Additionally I still don’t get the gun up by the face 360 degree line dancing spin scan that Buck Yeager teaches.  This isn’t Charlies Angels.

Explain to me how much of a non-operator I am, and how I wouldn’t understand.  I’d like to hear it…



A custom bedazzled pendant made for a Glock fanatic:

I’m not sure how big it is, but I’m willing to bet it’s not the size of an actual Glock case.  

Custom made by Touch;  You can contact him if you want one. He might even be able to make you that bedazzled double Deagle you always wanted.





AHahhahahhaha so true.  I suppose though since a lot of games are close quarters combat, if shotguns worked as they do in real life then they would be too powerful of a weapon.


Hat tip: Eric P.



Cool mod, but I wonder how comfortable it would be to play with:

No work involved for you, seen on Etsy for $54.89

Brand new unmodified Xbox 360 wireless controller on Amazon for $36.99

Is it worth saving $17.90 and attempting the modification yourself?  Probably not, if the pre done one is done correctly and the person actually sends it.  The once concern I have though is that the original Xbox 360 buttons are smooth rounded plastic, which you would be replacing with 9mm brass which has a fairly square edge on it.  I could see my thumb being worn raw and developing a classic NES blister… which would be cool to reminisce over for a minute, but then would be annoying.

Thoughts?  Have any of you guys done this mod?

Hat tip: Kevin W.



The gun store guys went all “Tactical Affliction” on their bumpfire stock:

If you don’t know what Affliction clothing looks like, google it.  That bottom foregrip does really seem to help with the control of it.  The muzzle rise he was getting on the first few shots probably sent them over the berm though which is never good.  Unless you’re a seasoned bumpfire pro, those kind of safety ricks are always there with or without a stock like they built.