The first episode of the Cat Shit One animated series is out, and blog reader Adam S was awesome enough to send it over for me to check out.
Here are my thoughts on it:
- The animation and physics are incredible… It’s basically like a grownups version of Toy Story, but with animals and guns.
- The camera angles in the animation are really neat as well, and really add to the viewing experience.
- Sound effects and music are top notch.
- One discrepancy I did note, is that the rabbit’s hearing protection is always at the side of their face, not where their ears are… not a big deal though.
The main rabbit character “Packy” has what looks like an m4, but it takes AK mags… a lot of people think that was a mistake, but it’s not. The rifle exists and is made by Knights Armament Company, model: KAC SR-47
Not that much happens in this 20 minute first episode, but I’m sure the story will develop more in the remaining episodes.
Cat Shit One Wikipedia page – HERE
Buy the first 3 graphic novels on Amazon if your interested here:
Have any of you guys seen it yet? If so, what did you think?
The DARPA “One Shot” program at the Pentagon was originally aimed to give snipers the power to hit a target from 2000 meters away in winds as high as 40 miles per hour. In the first phases of the 3-year-old program, shooters used prototype rifles dressed with lasers and fancy computer hardware to do damage from 1,100 meters away in 18-mile-an-hour winds. The scope-mounted lasers can “see” wind turbulence in the path of the bullet and feed the data to computers, enabling real-time calculation of — and compensation for — the wind-blown trajectory. The agency is looking for 15 ultra precise sniper scopes to put in shooters’ hands by next year.
Full Story – Wired
More info at DARPA – HERE
I wonder when this will be coming to the consumer market? On second thought, hitting the target every time with no effort would completely take the fun out of shooting.
The article in Wired mentions the cost at $7 million…. that seems like a steal of a deal if they can actually get this type of system to work for that amount of money. A lot of lives potentially will be saved.
I had this picture saved on my harddrive for a long time. Very Chilling…
I assume the phone was being used to set off some sort of IED, but they managed to disarm it before hand.
Like the ninja method, I can’t get this one handed loading technique to work for me either:
Relevant part starts at 8 seconds
Maybe my hands aren’t big enough? Either that or i’m chalking it up to a weak, or aftermarket spring in that beretta… just like my excuse for the glock ninja method.
Can any of you guys chamber a round using this method with your Glock? What about your Beretta?
let me know in the comments