Reporters print one up then take it on the Eurostar train from London to Paris:
Two reporters passed completely unchallenged through strict airport-style security to carry the gun on to a London to Paris service in the weekend rush-hour, alongside hundreds of unsuspecting travelers. The gun produced by the reporters was split into three pieces and concealed in the clothing of two reporters who bought standard class tickets to Paris. They did not attempt to smuggle the firing pin or bullet for safety and legal reasons, but small metal items could be easily concealed.
OOOOOOOOOOO that’s going to have lawmakers and security over there pissed off. The reporter in the pics took a page right out of the “It’s not cool unless you have your finger on the trigger” book haha.
It has been mentioned before, but since that train existed one could have easily brought a piece of pipe and a nail on it which could also fire a .380 round and no one was shitting a brick over that.
Both guys take credit… who originally came up with the list? Sure it’s entirely possible two separate people could come up with the exact same idea, I just like to get to the bottom of this type of stuff. Yeager’s video was released October 30, 2012 and this new video was released yesterday November 16, 2012. On Yeagers facebook page he has a post he wrote on Feburary 5, 2012 which also deals with the three battles.
Is this a standard talk that instructors give to students at training classes?
00:30 – “I actually like to break it down…” is not what people normally say if they aren’t taking credit for what they are about to say.
Brannon does go into a whole bunch of stuff that isn’t in the Yeager video after that initial part.
Note: No Buck Yeager approved pic in this post because I have the sneaking suspicion he would not approve.