I can’t believe how real games look now.  A lot of gun play in this trailer:

Even the mucus on that exposed brain type creature at around 1:10 looks juicy.   Blows my mind…  I don’t know what actual game play will look like in this, but i’m sure it will be pretty good consider how awesome other new games are.

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Triple Impact comes out March 20th, 2012 for xbox360 and PS3.

You can preorder it for $60 – HERE

Anyone looking forward to this game?

Hat tip: Komodo



Blog reader Marc spotted this guy out and about somewhere in Maine today. This Subaru driving guy likely hasn’t taken a day off since 1967…… or more likely he’s employed in the medical field (they use endo as a prefix a lot there).

See ENDO on anything in your day to day travels? Peed “Everyday No Days Off” in the snow? Trampled out some crops spelling ENDO so it can be seen from space? send it in. I might not post everything, but worst case scenario i’ll keep record of it and possibly draw for a t-shirt or something.



The fact that this movie was filmed with DSLR cameras AND they used live fire basically puts it at the top of my list of movies to see.  I didn’t have time to go to the SHOT show this year, but I should have just flown in to see the advance screening of this movie which they would have let an industry guy like me into.  Oh well I guess I’ll have to wait until sometime after February 24th like the rest of you.

I don’t know how much LIVE fire they actually used, because in the above video it’s obvious that some of the scenes especially around the 1:13 mark are not live fire or the whole camera crew would have been dead.

If you haven’t seen the full trailer check it out – HERE

Hat tip: Josh



Just a small giveaway of 1 shirt this afternoon to see if you guys are paying attention.  If you are, I might do this more often.

If you don’t have Twitter already, i’m sorry but you’re either going to have to sign up or else opt out of this giveaway.

To enter follow me over at www.twitter.com/GunBlog and tweet exactly the following:

Follow @GunBlog and check out www.ENDOapparel.com for gun related t-shirts. #EverydayNoDaysOff


  • You must be located in the U.S.
  • Do not create multiple accounts to enter (i’m sure none of you would anyway, but I have to mention it)
  • Do not tweet the entry more than once

The Draw:

I’ll generate a random number on random.org later tonight before midnight and tweet the winner that corresponds to the number, and update this post as well.

With that said and done, thank god for Ice Cube and Friday.. I’M OUT!

Everyday No Days Off

Make sure to keep an eye on this blog and ENDO Apparel… you never know what will happen next.


@evonnida is today’s winner!

I’ll have to run one of these again soon. Thanks to everyone that participated!


Spent shell casings and a blow torch used to create a picture of a famous person that was assassinated:

Obligatory deep meaningful “purpose” statement:

The materials I have chosen to use serve my purpose because of the blatant and emotionally charged response they evoke.  These mediums already have a strong  mental imagery that is attached to them.  Around the world they are still used to either help build dreams or destroy the dreamers.  My hope is that you will feel the agony and  then see the miracles that can arise from choosing to create rather than destroy.

Now that that’s over with…

According to the contact page he charges $10000 – $25000 for one of these!

Not a bad wage if he’s selling the things!  (Be right back… tumbling brass and looking for blow torch.)

You can check out more pictures over at his website Bullet Proof Art.


Hat tip: Peter




This girl is about to make some bodies turn cold:

She even holds her bow at 45 degrees like a gangster.  Because of that I know Iza Privezenceva will regulate anyone that steps to her.

I wouldn’t want to be the camera man at 40+ seconds.  Iza should know better though because shes violating a cardinal rule of bow & arrow safety.

  1. All bows are always loaded
  2. Never let the arrow cover anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your strong hand from pulling back the string until your eyes are on target
  4. Be sure of your target and what’s beyond it.

It’s pretty clear we have to ban high capacity assault quivers, and automatic assault bows.


Hat tip: Scott