A holster idea a one-product Spanish company thinks is so innovative, they named their company Eureka:
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Let me just put it out there that I see absolutely no reason for anyone to carry a modern handgun without one in the chamber.
+1 for the good looking Spanish product rep / police officer, even though she obviously shoots like a total newb judging by the video.
-1 for the lame motorcycle drive-by shooting
This video gives you a better look at how the holster operates with different brands of handguns:
2:04 – Oh LAWD.. did he just eject a live round with his entire hand in front of the barrel? I sure hope that was a snap cap or an inert round; bad practice though either way.
2:45 – Again… Sure doesn’t look like a snap cap. Only hope now is an inert round.
3:12 – Primer missing… I can rest easy. (hahah I was actually going to delete these last 3 lines once I saw this, but I figured one of you guys would freak out in the comments too)
You might remember that the Russians have a similar holster for their Makarov pistols (Because the spetsnaz are obviously also so damn high-speed). Theirs though you can push the gun straight through, unlike this Spanish one where you have to push down to load the firearm, then yank back up on it to get it out of the holster. My guess is the “innovation” in this Spanish one which they think is patentable is that aspect alone.
In addition, what an absolutely excruciating logo they have (pictured right). LOL a glowing brain inside a globe, with blue lightening coming out of it. ROFL I couldn’t even make stuff like that up. I think I threw up a bit in my mouth.
Unknown to him [Sonny Puzikas], one of his instructors was still inside when he opened fire with a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol, striking unaware instructor in the hand and twice in the abdomen.
Wow and to think Sonny Puzikas wasn’t the beacon of safety I thought he was. I’m… I’m…. shocked….
^^^ That was sarcasm if you didn’t pick up on it.
It seems like almost every time I make fun of a “systema” or Spetsnaz video it gets removed. Here are a few examples I can remember:
Dark shoot house ventilator himself Sonny Puzikas’ buddies at the Panty-oh production company got butthurt when I judged their promotional video a bit too harshly. They removed the parts I made fun of and re-released the video. That screen capture (which I also used in this post) is forever though.
A ballet for men is a ballet with Tanks. “The Invincible and the Legendary,” a theatrical performance directed by the president of the national ballet academia (which includes the world-famous Bolshoi Theater), debuted at The First International Forum Engineering Technologies 2010. It featured “dancing” tanks in a coordinated, and often, bizarre display.