So far, no one likes me hehe hopefully that will change.
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I don’t know who came out with their deep concealment holster first (anyone know?), but if it was SmartCarry I say good for them! Serves Thunderwear right for releasing an inferior copy of their product. That said, they both appear to have issued patents on their products, so who knows… maybe thunderwear was the first?
I just can’t wrap my mind around having a gun that close to my junk, and having to pull it out. By “it” I meant the gun, but having to take a pee with either one of those on would be a bit awkward I would assume as well.
Check out the full review with lots of pics – HERE
I still don’t know what to think. There are so many external variables involved when you’re dealing with guns and people, that I don’t like to be like the anti gun nuts (and the NRA on at least on occasion) and make statements about the correlation between guns and crime just to further promote my own views.
I had to roll my eyes when at 27 seconds the masked gunman pumped his fist as he fired his handgun.
According to 50 cent “The Gun” has a “socially conscious” theme. “It’s about how a weapon goes from manufacturing to its distribution point, to being in a citizen’s custody — and how it ends up in the wrong hands,” he said. “We watch the actual gun travel through a few different people’s hands.” (Source)
Hmmmm… I wonder if this is a movie that the Brady campaign is going to approve of? Ha, not likely.
The dropping of the bullet in the guy’s drink at the bar (1:38), and the line he says is pretty awesome.
Besides the inevitable scenes in this movie that will be worthy of an eye roll, I’ll probably go see in the theater (in 2011 apparently according to the IMDB page).
The IMDB page - HERE
P.S. Nice trigger discipline for the poster 50