A.K.A. “Art Of The Tactical Shark Jump”.  I’m embarrassed for him:

Operation Z is a comprehensive 12-part series and the ULTIMATE guide to surviving a zombie apocalypse.

Seriously?  I thought this was for sure fake, and that someone just complied stock footage.   Nope…. StarNews online has the scoop… it’s the real deal.  From a SHTF perspective I’m sure there will be some good info to be gleaned from this series if you can get past the zombie theme.

Makes me wonder how well his training school Costa Lupus is doing.  I though he would be one of the few guys that would laugh at a sales pitch that involved zombies.  I wonder if he will wear his magical arm tape in any episodes?

What’s next for Costa?  He’s likely got arm tape money rolling in by the wheelbarrow…. now zombie money.  I’m thinking the next logical step is a line of beard care products strictly for the middle aged tactical operator.


Hat tip: Tim



From WORX. Is it revolver?  Is it A semi-auto?  It’s BOTH, and it’s a screwdriver:

You pull the slide back to change bits which are held in 2 revolver-type cylinders.

Electric screwdrivers have a history of pissing me off so forgive me if I’m skeptical of how well this thing will actually work.  If I get word that it does work well, I might get one and hold it sideways while unscrewing everything I can find, because I’m cool like that.

Available for $50 on Amazon

I hope someone modifies it to shoot the bits.


Hat tip: Kev, Les



A classy incense burner you just might convince your girl to put in the living room:

$228 over at UNION LA.  Yea it’s not the price of you’re average ceramic Chinese dragon incense burner, but do the dragons ever have 1911s?  Didn’t think so.

It would take some getting used to perpetual finger on the trigger (heh), but if I liked incense I’d probably pick this up.  Definitely cool that the incense smoke rises from the barrel of the gun.




By blog reader and physics grad student at UT-Austin Frank Lee:

Frank does these drawings on the blackboards in the physics grad lounge whenever he gets bored of homework, teaching, or research.  *Gasp* guns at school! haha.  The school related commentary written besides many of the drawings is a nice touch.

You can check out more of his Chalkboard Drawings at his website.  Damn I wish I could draw…




MrColionNoir is back with a funny one:

haha a lot of good references in this one.  Some real awesome ones too that I bet a lot of people won’t get.

Dat FN five-seven *bites bottom lip*.  Two-tone too… damn Collins you’re highspeed!

I always just revert back to the “police officers carry guns, why can’t I?” argument then I normally get a big lecture about how they have millions of hours of training, and that they should shoot the guns out of criminals hands if at all possible, rather than killing them.  hahaha you really can’t win.

MrColionNoir is wearing the AR-15 Builders Club t-shirt, which you can pick up over at ENDO Apparel.




Cook County Chicago is trying to make it happen:

Cook County Board President Preckwinkle is eyeing a violence tax on guns and ammunition sold in the city and suburbs

The idea is to curb the number of guns in circulation, he said, citing a report issued last summer showing that nearly one-third of the guns recovered on Chicago’s streets were purchased in suburban gun shops. Other statistics are more dire: Murders in Chicago are up 25 percent this year, according to recent police statistics, and the county jail is filling up — with 9,000-plus inmates, nearing the 10,155 capacity.

Full Story – SunTimes

I imagine it would probably reduce crime to nothing, considering Chicago is an island surrounded by a force-field where no guns or ammo from any other place can get in or out.  Oh wait…

This is what DERP to the power of infinity looks like.  I can’t even wrap my mind around how they think this could possibly work.

Oh the county jail is filling up you say?  *mocking Waaaaaaaaaahhhhh* That’s what you get for making jail too comfortable and treating criminals like actual people.


Hat tip: Andy