Take a lesson from this guy if you plan on reviewing a holster:
I like the idea of BMX’ing with a gun… so much for crowded ramps with mouthy teens. Tactical jump rope to urban prone is now considered necessary.
The holster is a
Raven Concealment brand “Phantom”. I frankly don’t see all the fuss about those. They are obviously good holsters, but if it wasn’t for magpul’s use of them in their video series I don’t think they would be as popular. They don’t seem to offer anything that really differentiates them from the pack.
Cerakote came out with a Virtual Gun Coater to show off their finishes, so naturally I went with the custom Justin Bieber Coating:
You can play around with their virtual gun coater –
I imagine myself OC’ing while strolling down a dark alley, when some punks approach me and I start singing the start of the chorus to this song:
IMMA TELL YOU ONE TIME
IMMA TELL YOU ONE TIME
The punks get creeped out and run away.
De-escalation at its finest.
Last season it was
Adam Benson (for more reasons than I care to remember):
My preliminary thoughts on this seasons’ 16 contestants you ask?
Maggie Reese – Seems very down to earth also. Good to see a confident girl in the mix. Her competitive background will likely be a huge asset.
Athena Lee – Seems down to earth also. Plus she competes, so she will be used to the pressure.
George Reinas – Full of himself… I hope he gets shut down hard on episode #1.
That’s all the videos history seems to have up so far.. I’ll formulate more opinions as the new videos go up.
You can watch those video, and read the bios for the rest of the contestants on the History Channel Website –
Season 2 of the show premieres Feb 8th on History
If anyone wants to go out on a limb and make a prediction of Season 2 Top Douchebag, let the comments be the record.
If that actually existed, it would be the most frustrating thing on the planet to try to strip into magazines.
Only a proof of concept right now.. but I like the idea. Beat the boring brass and wrought iron ones we have here.
You can contact the artist Jason E Kay, on his website for a price –
Something tells me they voided the warranty with that stunt.
Gotta love the hootin’ and hollerin’ after it goes down.
From the same guys that brought us
Hi-Point Pistols – The Ultimate Torture Test.