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Come for the logo, stay for the sound of gunfire over Ave Maria. That song is beautiful…
Any operators that have actual pie in their logo I know hands down will meet my operational requirements.
That close range auto spray at the end was epic.
Messy. Just wait until animals evolve and start eluding this system. If fruit evolves too we are all dead.
I’m thinking the next logical step is to be able to initially lock onto multiple targets with an automatic or semi-automatic firearm and then pick them off one by one with each trigger pull.
Thoughts? Do you want one of these systems or would it take all the fun out of shooting for you?
Made in only 7 days as a part of an FPS game programming challenge. Shoot drones, and turrets while manipulating your 1911, Glock, or revolver realistically using the mouse and a lot of keys. Nice touch that they made the Glock with an auto add-on. Available over at Wolfire Games at an introductory price of only $5.
The fact it’s an FPS without the P (person) is interesting until you realize that there’s basically just an “invisible” person. Decent looking game for $5 nevertheless. I like the fact that it’s open source too because if it catches on there are a lot of people that will do some really awesome stuff for it.
hahah I like how the “NO” target was much smaller than the yes target. It’s lucky the safety rules are instilled in Karina, because for a split second after that poster rolled down I thought she was going to swing around, muzzle sweep everyone with that loaded 1911, and give her boyfriend a hug/kiss. Imagine if just to troll him she shot the “YES”, then proceeded to mag dump into the “NO” and then rip up the target stand? Yea actually now that I typed that and read it over that would just be really mean, plus 1911s don’t exactly hold enough to be that dramatic.
Any of you guys ever done, or been involved in a firearm or explosives related proposal? Was the answer always “YES”?
Hat tip: Matt
MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio — Police here said today they still do not know why James Gilkerson jumped out his car and began firing at Middlefield police officers who had pulled him over after Gilkerson had run a stop sign in the village.
They did say Gilkerson fired 37 rounds from an AK-47 rifle on March 10, and that the two officers fired back with 54 rounds of their own, killing the Mentor-on-the Lake man.
Full Story – HERE
When ever anyone ever says police officers get paid too much I like to refer them to videos like this. How much is getting into a gunfight like that worth to you? I can honestly say that if someone said “Mike, I’ll give you a million dollars to pass training and be a cop for only one week, but you are going to get into a gunfight at some point during that week which you may or may not make it out of” I would pass. That’s how much I respect the work police officers and the military do. Sure a lot of it may be what people consider babysitting, but the possibility of any type of crazy situation like this happening makes me feel like they deserve every penny and more of their salary. There is really no price I would feel comfortable putting on my life. The one officer lost a finger in the encounter… I’d really have to think what even that would be worth to me.
Was the gunman trained by Buck Yeager? (see pic 7/10 in the slideshow) Yea he could have got that book from anywhere I know, I’m just curious… it’s not like it really makes a difference.
Pic 8/10 “Advanced Close-Range Gunfighting” – Oops… must have just got that one. Lucky for the cops.
I always roll my eyes when they present books like that to try and paint what a bad guy he was. I think the fact he unloaded 37 rounds at the police is good enough evidence, not the fact he had a keen interest in weapons and explosives. That hardly makes him a “terrorist” as the police chief so eloquently put it.