Even Dorthy from Wizard Of Oz is a vicitim.
Better watch out… if he finds any white powdery bricks in there Dorthy, little toto is as good as dead. Even the yellow bricks might need some explaining.
The artist is the famous Banksy.
A prototype for a 1200 round per minute BB/pellet gun, that is apparently going up for sale within the year.
Doesn’t sound like this guy is from the U.S., and i’m not sure what the legality of something like this would be here.
The 500 round magazine capacity would be deadly for pest control.
I’d really like to see better video and pictures of this gun… it looks both awkward and promising at the same time.
Both the process of making them, and the way they function seems safe enough. They cycled really nice in that Saiga 12 at the end of the video too!
I might give this one a try.
Anyone have any experience with these, that can attest to their effectiveness?
As the description says: “When a firefight breaks out and an outpost is under fire the choice between rounds down range or uniforms isn’t a hard choice.”
Is that a Canadian thing? Or has the U.S. military occasionally been known to slay taliban in gym shorts and flip-flops too?
Hat tip: Bryan
At least he takes responsibility for his actions. I wouldn’t quite call the occurrence “unlucky” though (as he does in the video description), when it was clear negligence.
I’m not a huge fan of push button retention holsters… this is why.
The best part is “After I got shot, my training took over… I called my parents”
I got a kick out of this one youtube comment by user asystole599:
Practice like you play man….. you shoulda dropped to your back and unloaded on the target. Don’t get in the habit of giving up after you get shot. As bad practice caused this negligent discharge….bad practice will keep you from shooting the bad guy who gets off the first shot.
Hat tip: Michael R