For the Ruger Charger:
Interesting how even with 3D printers being relatively new, people are able to do this and have a working modern semi-automatic firearm.
I’m sure once more people get ahold of the 3D file for this, it will be a popular one.
To bad .22 LR ammo couldn’t be printed, am I right guys? That joke was seriously made dozens of times in the comments on each version of this video.
So much .22 LR available on this post though apparently. I get emails from people weekly too, it’s mind boggling.
Directed by UCLA film grad student Benjamin Afrmann:
On January 12, 1998, a dashcam mounted on a Laurens County, Georgia Sheriff’s Dept. police car captured an altercation between Deputy Kyle Dinkheller and Andrew Howard Brannan. Their encounter quickly escalated from a routine traffic stop to Brannan’s execution-style murder of Dinkheller
Full story over at VICE Motherboard.
Powerful video. I remember when that happened.
When I first saw it was going to be a POV video I thought it would be lame, but it was actually really well done. Definitely an accurate reflection of what we can see of the original dashboard cam video below:
According to the wikipedia page I linked above, as of August 2013, Andrew Brannan is still incarcerated in Georgia, has not been executed, and is appealing his conviction. haha oh the justice system. Classic stuff right there. Maybe some more care, time, and money should be spent to rehabilitate Andrew Brannan and release him back into society? *eye roll* I’m sure some people would love to see that rather than making the poor guy suffer anymore. *smh*
Demolition Ranch with another impressive reload:
Fancy stuff. What a showoff.
Just when I think he’s out of ideas regarding stuff like that.
Sounds like this is only for operators:
haha I love the name. Looks like it’s dog friendly too *zing* , so I’m not mad at that!
Good looking tool. So operator that it comes with that MOLLE mounting plate and a lifetime warranty too.
More info over at Gerber.
Thoughts? Would no-knock raid with?
TrackingPoint is one of my favorite companies right now period. Smart rifles are the future because in general people LOVE technology. I sure hope (and I am confident that) regular “dumb” rifles will still be around forever, but I’m definitely getting a smart rifle someday once the price comes down and the package gets smaller.
Since Luxottica partnered with Google Glass you better believe I’ll cop the smart hipster Ray Ban Wayfarers once they drop, and pair them up.
Think of what Tracking Point will do for accurate 360-No-Scope shots? You could tag a target, then 360 all from the hip… dead center kill shot every time from hundreds of yards away.
Master Ken is celebrating his 100th YouTube upload:
haha good stuff. Master Ken is priceless.
Remember his handgun disarrms? That was great.