Steal of a deal guys:
I still watch his videos for the guns, but its like if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all. In the future he could just green screen his hands, and post production edit in 9000 different guns and come out with a video every day. That’s basically what it’s like already but I’m assuming a lot more expensive and more work.
Arguably Richard Ryan‘s most badass video yet:
That thing weighs 80lbs he says! haha whoa.
0:42 – That round hit a goat in Tijuana, and blew it into a million pieces.
Richard is fittingly wearing the California No Right To Bear Arms t-shirt from ENDO Apparel of course, which is also now available in a long sleeve version for $3 more.
Richard Ryan with another Breaking Bad related video:
Besides the always stellar slow motion footage, the intros on these Breaking Bad videos has been epic.
That would be such a burn if Walt didn’t even use that M60 in the final episode… I’m sure he will though.
Oh and in case you forgot:
No sharks were jumped in the making of this video:
Yeah I’ve been making fun of Chris Costa ever since he did that ridiculous Zombie shit, and started pushing tactical arm tape. You don’t need to try and justify those two things to me because it will fall on deaf ears. It’s all in good fun though, he seems like a good guy just trying to make a living. If he can jump the occasional shark, count the money, and still get a good night’s sleep then all the power too him.
The long intro had me pumped… then came the “test” starting at 1:40:
*eye roll* my first thought was how is it even fed rounds? Is the magazine on top and they come through the tube? hahhaha who knows.. but it just gets more corny and fake as the video goes on.
I don’t dispute that real versions of this will likely exist within the next few years. They will be a muzzle discipline nazi’s worst nightmare when someone is learning to fly. I wouldn’t want to have the operator sneeze or anything while he/she had their finger on the FIRE button.
Hat tip: Sean D., Chris, Eric, Carl