Buck Yeager On Gun Control

Cowards, price gougers, and gun control people beware:

So the Cheaper Than Dirt store in TX and the online store are two completely different companies?  Since when?  The retial store is even listed on their website, so they obviously are not in competition with one another.

Smith & Wesson signed a deal with the devil with Clinton and for years and years and years and years and yeaaaaaaarrrrrs I wouldn’t TOUCH Smith & Wesson products.  There was a bunch of changes there at Smith and they got back on board, so I got back on board with Smith.

He talked about the S&W shield for a while there, so much that I figured he was on the payroll… who knows though maybe he just really likes the gun?

James-Yeager-Angel-ApprovedOn a related not, anyone have a Yeager body count # for me yet?  I’m sure he’s been called a coward a least a few times since he removed his “call out” video where he “lost his shit” on camera.  If the coward related body count is still at zero, I’m sure he will be able to get his numbers up at SHOT (this January) where I imagine he will be trolled at least a few times.




SittingDown December 20, 2012 at 04:18 am

Please record any encounters with him at SHOT. :D


dave w December 20, 2012 at 07:46 am

i thought videos where a crazy guy says ‘i have a gun to shoot people in the face’ were our own worst enemy. CNN could clip a few of his vids and there would be a 100% gun confiscation program overnight.


SittingDown December 20, 2012 at 07:18 pm

If George Zimmerman wasn’t suing NBC, they’d probably be all over this idea.


Tim Ellwood December 20, 2012 at 09:48 am

A mash of his videos and FPS russkie would do us in. Add some “slam fire stocks” vids and you just sweeten the deal.
On another note, I was a retail sales manager for S&W during the “Troubles”. The NRA, GOA and others put out outright lies about what the “agreement” entailed. I was spit on, had things thrown at me, pushed, called every name you could think of and then some and even had death threats, this all from gun owners.
A few of us had to be escorted by the state patrol at a Ag show back to our trucks after being told ” I got a rifle and now I know what you look like”.
The NRA called for a total boycott of S&W, but they were happy to take our 100,000 for the booth that year at the NRA show. SHOT show in 2000 was not a good show to wear S&W branded gear at, only the RSM for FL and myself would wear our shirts off the floor, everyone else I saw changed before they left the booth!
It is funny how people will go off half cocked without all the facts, I guess it is because it’s an emotional issue.


DB327 December 20, 2012 at 11:57 am

Don’t give them any ideas…


SittingDown December 20, 2012 at 08:24 pm

This. Even if you give them the best ideas in the world, they’ll find a way to fock those up too. It’s the derp in them. ;)


John December 20, 2012 at 11:30 pm

He makes some good points.


Nate January 10, 2013 at 12:46 pm

I agree, this may be the first video from James that I agree with.


Jim P. December 21, 2012 at 12:36 am

For once, I’m going to have to agree with him. CTD quickly changed back to the legal policies it was running before. It was stupid to suspend them.


Mike H December 21, 2012 at 10:56 am

CTD started out doing gun shows only. They sold mainly Chinese SKSs and AKs and accessories. Then they figured out they were making more money selling the accessories: magazines and slings and cleaning kits and pouches and what not. So for a long time they just sold non-firearms. Then they got the retail store in Fort Worth, which was initially very small, and sold guns there, but not through the catalog. At some point the retail store was split off from the catalog sales. I think one of the owners was kicked out and he took over the retail section? Not sure. I have heard several different stories. The retail store in Fort Worth backs up to one of the catalog warehouses, and over the years it has grown in size. They have a counter in the store that you can get stuff at the catalog price from if they don’t carry it in the retail store and it’s in that warehouse.

Anyway, all that to say that yes, the retail stores are separate legal entities from the online store, and have different pricing and different owners. But they are friendly with each other. So that does muddy up the waters.


SittingDown December 23, 2012 at 01:33 am

Some more Youtube Comment Gems from Buck Angel “Get Off The Brakes” Yeager:

“Weird is OK. Crazy isn’t.”
-James Yeager

“Blue is your color, I hope to get out there and take a class soon!!”
-TheGearJunky to James Yeager

“My wife says it brings my eyes out. :-)”
-James Yeager in repy to TheGearJunky

Comments Sourced: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo33jF1MjKg


SittingDown December 24, 2012 at 01:22 am

Buck Yeager on Motorcade Ambushes (Part II). The part about people being deceptive in AARs….LOL



ENDO-Mike December 24, 2012 at 01:25 am

LOL yea I saw that… I already made fun of him for PART1 though so I figured since it was Christmas and all I’d save him the trolling.


SittingDown December 24, 2012 at 02:04 am

Nothing gets past you. LOL That AAR comment was filet mignon level hypocrisy. He’s getting trolled over his facial hair in the past few videos and keeps responding with “chicks dig it.” Yeah, like they dig mullets and platform shoes.



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