A visually stunning DVD with tips, tricks, and techniques etc…:

Maybe I just drank too much coffee this morning, but my heart was racing after watching the vid.  If you’re into 3 gun and want to step your game up, this looks like it would be worth buying/watching.  I was somewhat disappointed because initially When I saw the title I thought it was going to be some sort of guitar hero twist with guns. :/ haha

The video is from the Noveske Shooting Team, but I can’t find any mention of it on the company website yet.  “Coming soon” still I suppose.

I like how companies aren’t messing around, and putting out garbage low production value videos anymore!  You gotta pay to play and be taken seriously in a crowded marketplace.

I don’t do three gun, but I’d like to give this a watch just to pick up some tips for the fun aspect of it.

Thoughts?  Any of you guys big into 3 gun?



Shooting dental floss swinging like a pendulum:

I’ve posted about 22plinkster before, and although I don’t post every single one of his videos the guy’s skills never cease to amazing me.

I don’t care what attempt # this was on (in this case he says it was his 4th attempt) it’s impressive.  I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to see dental floss swinging at that distance, much less have any sort of hope of being able to time a shot from a .22LR correctly in order to cut it.




hahah too good.

Hat tip: SayUncle



*Spoliler alert* the factory is ghetto:

So Tannerite ships out 1,000,000 lbs. of binary explosives every year and doesn’t bother to automate the packaging process?  I wonder if they know there are machines to do EVERYTHING shown in the video.  Yea sure the machines cost, but having that many employees can’t be cheap.

Funny how hes now on the Tannerite payroll.  I guess In The Red Targets couldn’t afford him anymore.  Sucked for them right from the beginning if you ask me, because since Tannerite is such a household name people just refer to all binary explosives as Tannerite.

*eye roll* at the Russian accent again… I bet he regrets naming his channel FPS Russia more and more everyday.




Buried underground for 18 years… pour some motor oil on it and you’ve got yourself a working AK-47:

Everything was going well up until 0:40 – “Which is why it’s so vital for the task force to destroy them.”  Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

It’s sure interesting how differently weapons are viewed all over the world. I suppose if they found a cache of buried weapons in most countries the knee jerk reaction would be to destroy them unless they were very valuable and could be put in a museum.

Thoughts?  Anyone have an extra AK laying around they are going to bury?  I’m not talking a wimpy “submerged in oil and in a air tight container” type bury either.. i’m talking dig a hole in the ground and throw the AK in it and then cover the hole. :P

Hat tip: Chris



An Incredible look at high speed low drag videography:

High speed photography / videography are definitely relevant to my interests.  I’d like to get my hands on one of these for a day just to play around with!

10,000 FPS at 480p is damn impressive.  2.9 seconds though :/ It’s really too bad the buffer is so small, but I supposed that’s a limitation considering the processing power that is needed to dump that many frames every second to memory.  Seeing the lead fragments fly off the rifling when the bullet was in flight blew my mind.

Thoughts? Any of you guys ever play around with one of these?

Hat tip: MrColionNoir (who now has his own blog he’s working on MrColionNoir.com! I’m looking forward to seeing what direction he takes it )