Never Play The ‘Do You Trust Me’ Game With A Gun

I’m sure accidents like that have happened more than any of us responsible gun owners can even fathom.

I’m not sure if having the slide back was done on purpose… but if they were going for authenticity they failed.  Also why call it a “Kimber Stainless” when it clearly isn’t a Kimber or stainless.



Mark Steele January 5, 2011 at 07:05 am

just not funny anyway


Keith Drain January 5, 2011 at 07:46 am

Not Funny and totally horrendous gun talk. Do at least a bit of research before you write the script… Like look at the make and model that will be ON THE GUN.


d_jak January 5, 2011 at 05:15 pm

These are the stupid things kids are learning very quick. If they were made some research on guns they’d find that the slide is not coming back if the mag or the chamber is empty. This is the generation kill or the “counter strike” generation. Holly c**p… kids these days…..


Aleksandr Mravinsky January 5, 2011 at 07:09 pm

Even if it is shit, at least it kinda teaches that a gun is always loaded…


John January 6, 2011 at 12:41 am

For the most part the gun looks real it looks like some sort of H&K, the slide being locked back is probably the only way the actor felt comfortable having a gun to his head. The only rule of guns I never agreed upon was all guns are always loaded, if this was true any firearms Instructor that told you to dry fire your weapon in your home for practices is a complete Idiot. Shit unload your gun remove the firing pin, striker, whatever makes your gun go boom and wallah you have a Inert weapon or unload and chamber check your piece same thing, but all the other rules still apply. Stay safe never listen to Ignorance but a unloaded gun is unloaded.


Jeff January 7, 2011 at 12:14 am

It’s interesting because I was installing a new AR barrel once to a detached upper and noticed that I was putting my thumb over the muzzle and thought (I’m muzzle sweeping myself), I’d tend to think safety rules are better engrained in people’s heads, you can never be too safe


PFULMTL January 7, 2011 at 01:59 am

ugh, that was horrible. Not that he was pointing it at his buddy, but he had his finger on the trigger the whole time. Or that since he had the slide locked back he couldnt just look down there to see if there were any rounds? Raaaaah makes me angry that there are retarded people like this.


jonathan January 11, 2011 at 12:30 pm

Elitists, the show is about the guy with the gun never knowing anything about what he is talking about and acting like he does. All of the jargon he is spouting off is to purposely make him look like an idiot. Watch the rest of the series of videos these guys do.

I would be surprised you all didn’t notice this, but I imagine quite a few subtle things get by most of you on a daily basis.


Martin January 16, 2011 at 07:00 pm

It was an airsoft gun you can tell by the sound of plastic while he’s playing with it.

Yeah it’s a copy of an HK USP Compact. Deff not a Kimber doesn’t affect the msg of the video.

The point isn’t to be a “cool gun video” it’s to get a point across in an entertaining manner.

I work at a gun shop and have to deal with idiots that wave guns around with their finger on the trigger all the time. There have even been times when I take the gun to clear it and Voila round pops out. Even worse are the ones that actually shoot someone.


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