FPS Russia Brings The Pain To A Fan Volunteer

Is any of this snooze-fest real?

I don’t know “less lethal” ammunition, but that sounded really weak.  The taser, who knows? that sounded real.  The pepper spray looked like one of those dollar store ones, which no doubt wouldn’t be a walk in the park… but probably not as bad as what military/law enforcement train with.

In the description of the video he says:

In case you’re wondering about the shotgun, its quite due to the fact that it has over 50 inches of barrel! It sounds suppressed when you fire a light field load or in this case rubber buckshot.

*shrug* who knows?  If that’s actually a fan of his, and it’s all real, that is pretty hardcore.

Has anyone else noticed that the production value of his videos went down bigtime?



Vhyrus November 5, 2011 at 12:34 am

After getting tazed, pepper spray is definitely a step down.


Frank November 5, 2011 at 01:45 am

Pepper spray keeps hurting for a good half hour…


Vhyrus November 5, 2011 at 02:16 am

but it doesn’t hurt nearly as bad as getting electrocuted.


Matt G. November 6, 2011 at 07:21 pm

Ive been electrocuted with a hell of a lot more than a lame ass tazer, and id still rather do that than be pepper sprayed. At least with real spray,not the cheap shit.


Julio November 5, 2011 at 05:24 am

The muted report of the long-barrelled shotgun is wholly plausible. See here: http://www.metrogun.com


Josh November 5, 2011 at 01:02 pm

Is any of this snooze-fest real?

The accent sounds pretty real… right?


Josh November 5, 2011 at 01:37 pm

When talking about the pepper spray he says something to the effect, “…this is some bad shit, I’ve been sprayed with this.” I wonder, should we take that as an indication that smart women who carry pepper spray don’t like being hit on by guys doing dumbass fake accents?

What is the point of this “biggest shotgun I could find”? All it means to me is that the barrel is so long that the powder is all burned up and the projectiles have probably slowed from their maximum velocity before leaving the barrel. It’s not “biggest,” it’s just absurdly longest. And it was so painful that the guy just drops, doesn’t scream, and doesn’t writhe around in pain? I’m calling bullshit on that one. If I got hit by something less than lethal and was in pain, I’m sure I’d scream out a little, and even if I didn’t vocalize the pain, I don’t think I’d just drop to my back and lie there. I don’t imagine I’d want the part of my body that got hit to be touching the ground anyway! At the end when they’re doing the tattoo you can see two weak bruises on the guy’s back (I assume they’re from the rubber rounds). Remember in one of the Jackass movies when they stood in the room with the rubber round filled claymore and what it did to them? I’d expect bruising worse than this from somebody throwing a golf ball at you hard. And the guy had his eyes closed while being pepper sprayed, and it looked like there was a pretty good wind blowing most of it away anyway. I think there are a couple of different types of pepper spray canisters – one type sprays out in a fine mist and in the other, the capsaicin is mixed in oil and comes out in a stream and carries farther. This looks like it was clearly the former, and so didn’t carry very well. I had some of the latter that I used on a buddy in the Army one time when we were drunk and messing around; it came out in a steady stream that would carry for a good 20 feet.

This was a snooze-fest, and the whole thing looks pretty questionable.


Ernest Young November 5, 2011 at 06:39 pm

He should have used the same pepperspray from one of his earlier videos. Where hey spray HIM.


Geoff November 5, 2011 at 11:10 pm

There was no recoil from the shotgun. He was even using a very narrow stance and not leaning fwd at all. I have never shot a less lethal round, but there are plenty of videos online. I know the long barrel reduces noise and due to its increased weight will absorb some recoil, but he doesn’t budge at all. I still think its fake. That was some weak pepper spray, or he’s one of the lucky few who aren’t affected as much. I have been sprayed 3 times now for my Navy Security reaction force training and let me tell you, it doesn’t get any easier. just my .02


Pop N Fresh November 6, 2011 at 05:59 am

I’m guessing that since lead is much heavier than rubber a much lower powder charge would be required to push the less lethal shot, that would mean much less recoil.


Mike W November 6, 2011 at 12:55 am

I have been tazed and OC’d…
OC hurts way more than being tazed.


john November 10, 2011 at 10:36 pm

at 1:34 you can see the guy is wearing a vest of some sort under his shirt. look up at his shoulder blades right when he falls. you can see the outline of something.


Kevin November 11, 2011 at 05:41 pm

That pepper spray was really un-convincing. I’ve seen pepper spray take down decently sized men, and when pepper spray comes out it’s usually never a cone like spray, it’s a stream; and it’s brown/yellowish. Plus you don’t really immediately feel the effects if your eyes are sealed shut upon contact.



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