I always wonder why in these NRA Life Of Duty episodes they insist on the “while-driving-a-vehicle” answers. Is that some attempt to make it seem more casual? It just seems awkward and disconnected to me.
I can’t say I disagree with their thoughts on this. Pretty obnoxious how the school he offered his time too, wouldn’t even take Tom’s training for free. *smh*
People hate reality. The fact many parents would rather take the chance with their kids safety, and clean up the mess after the fact really says something.
Reid and Jay from Tactical Response:
The best part of the whole video is starting at 1:17 when Jay talks about how one type of failure they see is when the trigger parts fail and the gun shoots just while the student is holding it. I love how the irony is totally lost on him, that he still thinks it’s PERFECTLY SAFE TO STAND DOWN RANGE and take pictures. Cool story Jay… I hope your insurance policy will at least feed your wife and kids forever.
Even when Reid mentions the double and triple shots, to me that’s just another reason to add to the list of why I will never take pics in front of people shooting.
A new promo vid from TrackingPoint:
So awesome. I’ve definitely talked about their semi-autos before this… but I thought this video was cool so there it is.
One of the guys from top gear talks about vests:
Nothing really new, but the history is interesting.
I mainly just wanted to make this post to say James May finally got a haircut, so he no longer looks like an ugly woman.
Gat tip: TTAG
Demolition Ranch batters and deep fries a .50 BMG:
Oooo that hot oil mist. I’m not really surprised at the results, considering as he mentioned, Mattv2099 already deep fried some .22 LR snacks.
Vigilant Spectre is giving away a few shirts when they reach 50,000 subscribers:
You just have to comment on the video to enter.
If commenting is too much work (or you enter and don’t win) you can just head over to ENDO Apparel and buy a shirt.
Awesome to see they are nearing 50,000 subs… congrats guys.