So as you can see the kids got their hands on an M4 not and AR-15 somehow (identifiable by the additional hole in the lower receiver above the fire selector switch). In addition two out of three of them have terrible trigger discipline, which may or may not have been staged that way on purpose. Cool looking pictures… weak message.
Since when are “assault weapons” violent on their own?
This might be my imagination… but does anyone else think it looks like magazine wasn’t seated properly in order to make it look longer than it actually is?
The little girl in picture #1 is the most badass. That thousand yard stare is intense.
Considering no 8-12 year old kid (I’m assuming that’s the age range of these) hasn’t ever shot up a school (as far as I know) then the whole OMG A KID HOLDING AN ASSAULT RIFLE WITH A HIGH CAPACITY ASSAULT CLIP READY TO KILL PEOPLE message they were going to falls really short.
California teens none the less. Ironic how the 18+ year old members of that state are among the most disarmed in the entire country.
I feel under/mis represented as a white dude… I’ve only got that one tiny squirrely kid, and that creepy mustache kid (pictured) to identify with. As I was typing this I realized that I still consider myself a “kid” even though I am 30 and the ones in the video are probably no older that 16. haha oh well, you’re only as old as you feel.
Since they demanded it, here is my plan suggestion: Let the citizens of your state defend themselves, and carry as a deterrent. Even in states where there is a right to bear arms, that right should be absolute, meaning no such thing as victim disarmament (gun free) zones.
A decent discussion, but as I said in the past I am really not a fan of youtube videos longer than around 5 minutes, especially when they are just on one topic like this one.
One of the commentors “Mobieus7″ had a good comment that was top rated:
Gun proof your child, don’t child proof your gun.
I think the first part of that sentence says a lot. Kids are naturally curious, and I believe parents should educate them so they have a healthy respect for firearms. As far as the 2nd half of the sentence goes I don’t think households with kids should just have firearms strewn all over the place even if the kids are educated about their danger.
A Kickstarter project that reached its goal yesterday:
Two damn cool designs. I like how they have the ability to slam fire, and one even lets you spray all the bands at once too hahaha!
Made in the USA from laser cut birch plywood!
The Sheriff model was $35 and the outlaw model was $25. In typical terrible website fashion I am un surprised to see any mention of a direct sale on the Bandit Guns homepage. Hopefully now that the Kickstarter campaign is over they will update the site.
Summer war games between the neighbourhood kids turn deadly serious when jealousy and betrayal enter the mix, in this alternately hilarious and horrifying black comedy that mixes equal parts Lord of the Flies and Roald Dahl.