Royal Nonesuch Still Has No Love For Ear Or Eye Safety

Testing CO2 cartridges fired out of his ghetto pipe homebrew 12GA:

Royal Nonesuch‘s shirt game is untouchable.   This time some shirt regarding grandpas and tractors, so bow down haha.  Maybe it’s a nod to grandpa style firearm safety, not wanting to bother with proper ear pro and any eye pro?

Royal-Nonesuch-CO2-12GA-ShotgunI wonder if there was any way a person could put threads on the inside of a pipe like this using a cheap tap set?  Royal Nonesuch you should try it out.

PS: that mounted Red dot is a legit addition.




JohnnyIShootStuff September 17, 2014 at 02:34 am

I wish this kid would get with the eyes and ears things, more so the eyes. He’s shooting at dumpsters, from just a few yards away, with birdshot. He’s going to take a pellet to the eye and that’s going to be the end of his creativity.


Zachary September 17, 2014 at 05:26 am

This, he is one of my points when arguing with antis, and id hate to see him get injured


Johnnyishootstuff September 17, 2014 at 06:20 am

I really like the work this kid does. I’ve had enough lead come back at me that I know what would happen if one of those fragments got me in the eye I’d be wearing a pirate patch for life. I hope this kid gets it before it gets him.


ENDO-Mike September 17, 2014 at 11:29 am

No doubt. I don’t even shoot much and I’ve had lots come back and hit me.


Jollyroger September 17, 2014 at 12:19 pm

I’ve shot tens of thousands of rounds, maybe even enough to add another zero to that (lifetime shooter and 5 years as a Machine Gunner in the Marines.) Never have I ever had a piece of lead come back at me, but I have had a piece of brass get stuck between my eye pro and my eye, during a night time fire and movement range and it send me to the hospital and leave a nasty scar. After that I just dropped the idea of eye pro


Drapetomanius September 17, 2014 at 12:37 pm

I’ll be he could stabilize that cartridge by adding a streamer (nylon cordon tape, etc) aft of the round. The right streamer will add enough drag to stabilize the projectile at longer ranges. Short range tumbling no so much.


Taylor September 17, 2014 at 02:12 pm

Lol this guy is so cool… that shirt though.


Aono September 17, 2014 at 10:28 pm

If you shoot steel and have never had lead splatter, whizzing jacket, mild steel off the target stand, etc come back at you… then you haven’t shot long enough or at enough of a variety of targets. I once went on a range outing with a bunch of new shooters (around a dozen) and only two people with enough firearms experience that could handle themselves without oversight.. and my very first demo shot at a dueling tree ended up splashing a piece of jacket and lead back, nicking a guy’s adam apple. On the very first shot. Needless to say all the new folk were a bit shaken. 200,000 RPM anyone?

I honestly don’t get the appeal of this poor kid; the lack of ears and eyes is so epically cringey that it more than zeroes out any of the interesting things he’s doing. I just can’t get past it. It’s just excruciating because he’s either going to a) INEVITABLY fuck himself up and become yet another poster child for stupidity with firearms, or b) realize the error of his ways and have to live with the fact that he’s voluntarily plastered this cluelessness on the internet forever. Either way, the sooner he cuts that shit out the better.

Honestly, his fellow youtubers with any interest in his content should pitch in and get him a mic clip (so that he can stop pretending that those FUCKING. EARPHONES. are sufficient) and a bulk box of orange foamies. And a Smith Optics gift certificate or something. Seriously.


Aaron September 17, 2014 at 10:29 pm
RoyalNonesuch September 18, 2014 at 09:36 pm

I guess I’ll jump in on the conversation a little haha.

First, I’m glad you enjoy the shirts Mike, I’ve got many more to come lol. Might have to get me some more ENDO shirts too.

Just got done filming today a special vid for hitting the 10k sub mark. (Vaporizing things at close range with the 12 gauge.) Don’t worry, I wore a bullet proof vest, kevlar jacket, ear plugs, ear muffs, chest rig, a 1/2″ steel cup to protect the jewels, safety glasses, face shield/ visor, metal army helmet, bicycle helmet, and also rain poncho for good measure.

I’m sorry if I don’t understand, but what would the threaded 3/4” pipe barrel function be? Like rifling?

And the noise cancelling ear buds actually work very well with all small arms. You guys otta try it.

Cheers guys


ENDO-Mike September 25, 2014 at 08:36 pm

Yea if you threaded the inside of the pipe it might engage the things you’re shooting (like rifling) and make them fly better.


Aono September 18, 2014 at 11:25 pm

“Work very well with all small arms.”

Bro, the dumb. It burns. You’re definitely the first invincible 16 year old under the sun. Turning money into noise for fun is your original discovery. There are literally legions of other shooters out there also wearing the earbuds they got at the Cricket store. So many that ENDO titled this blog post this way for… no reason I guess. Must have been you know, confused or something. Or just out of touch. Herp. Derp. What’s the NRR on those Skullcandy’s? Wait, En-Ar-What-Now?



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