Guns

Magnets… how do they work?  This is what innovation looks like:

I’m so charged up after reading these details:

  • UNIQUE DESIGN FOR MAX COMFORT: Smooth nylon-plastic flexes to fit contour of back and spreads pressure evenly to eliminate pressure points ** Gun never touches skin ** Comfortable when seated in chair or car (feels similar to lumbar support) ** Bands can be individually adjusted and moved to fit any body type ** Bands are thin and minimalist to prevent sweating
  • MAGNETIC RETENTION: Strong neodymium magnets hold gun in place ** Gun only comes out from sustained horizontal pull during draw ** Will never accidently release from sudden impact or jarring ** Draw gun in under 2 seconds while standing or sitting ** Pocket maintains shape for easy reholstering ** Designed for right hand draw
  • COMPLETE CONCEALMENT AND SAFETY: Gun disappears into recess of lower back under any basic shirt ** Gun stays in uncommon position which helps avoid detection ** Draw motion looks similar to pulling out wallet ** Muzzle never pointed at body while worn or drawn ** Trigger guard fully protected
  • FULL MOBILITY: Allows full unrestricted range of movement and mobility during standing, sitting, jogging, sprinting, or jumping ** Limited stretch elastic bands will automatically adjust to fit in different positions standing or sitting or during movement ** Wearable with any type of clothing (undershirt recommended for extended use) ** No belt or oversize jeans required ** Perfect for undercover or off-duty law enforcement
  • FITS MOST GUNS: Excellent fit for all Glocks and similar fullsize, compact, and subcompact polymer-framed semi-autos with streamlined controls ** NOT RECOMMENDED for heavy, metal frame guns or guns with large controls (decockers, manual safeties, or oversize slide releases) as commonly found on full-size 1911’s, sig sauer’s, or CZ’s. Slimmer handguns with large controls may still fit if overall width is similar to glock) ** NOT RECOMMENDED for use with revolvers

Incredible.  They call it the “Got-Your-Back-Holster”.  Sold at Amazon for $44 if you have a flock that needs protecting.  I’m sure that NRA t-shirt can be picked up from the NRA.  Man, I really need to make at least one cringe shirt; “Keeping good people free and bad people at bay” LOLOL man I love the sentiment obviously but holy man that’s weapons grade cringe.

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Gat tip: Steadlydeadly

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Tru Sheepdogs kno:

I don’t know if the guy calls himself a “sheepdog” or not (my guess is he doesn’t, and he’s just a regular good guy with the CCW).  Either way he took down a wolf.

Here’s the full story at CBS Chicago.

Thoughts?  Chicago needs all the help it can get.  I think it’s cool that the cops are giving this guy the respect and thanks he deserves.

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Nice visuals.  A lot of guns.  Vuhlandes is a photographer from the hood in Detroit MI:

Definitely a lot of considerations when doing photography in the hood, as he mentions near the start of the documentary.  Surprisingly “firearm safety” isn’t mentioned among the concerns.  The trigger discipline in this video is actually among the best I’ve seen (for the most part)… also surprising.  LOL a lot of protective covers on all the AK and Draco charging handles.

6:25 – Holy that L. Georges 😬.  Looks clean inside there but wow that’s a lot of protective (bulletproof?) glass.

18:05 – LOL they discuss “boomerangs” (the animated gifs which loop back and forth), and then the pronunciation of gif.  Classic stuff.  I’m “JIFF” camp for life.

A lot of the guys in the videos actually have some pretty decent guns.  I was bracing for an appearance of an ENDO AR-15 stock to Glock adapter, but didn’t catch any.

You can check out his instagram page and his website if you’re interested in seeing more of his photography.  Really incredible pictures.

Thoughts?  I wonder how many of the individuals in the video are legally allowed to possess a firearm?  I’d like to think all of them all, but we all know there are definitely some people out there stupid enough to appear in a video breaking laws, which they know damn well is going up on YouTube.

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Interesting / nicely done videos:

These 45snipers YouTube guys have talent.  Are there 45 spinpers?  Or are they sniping with .45?🤔 I mentioned before that I might rebrand as a 2nd Amendment DJ (playing only the most fire pro-second amendment hits)… I could picture these videos being projected on the grimy brick walls in the warehouses I throw the pro-2A parties in.  I would just pick random locations all over the USA (the world once it gains popularity), touch down in the private jet and send up the bat signal on social media for everyone to come thru.  I’d likely just do it for sport; there would be a small cover charge I would use to buy guns to give aways, and the parties would include unlimited alcohol from incredible sponsorship deals I no doubt secured.

I really need to give my DJ intro / hype adlib sounds some thought.  It definitely will include automatic gunfire and the brand name. Maybe “ENDO LET THESE *auto gun fire sounds* KNOW MAN” *crazy hard beat drops over violin riff* “TURN UP” *sound of brass hitting concrete*.

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🤘🐄 HeL Ya BruTher it’s the spectrum 😂:

Yoooo I thought this ad was a parody at first.  Color swappable soft touch panels are my PRIMARY concern when shopping for a self defense pistol.

Oh man… 0:28 – “Always bring it” is the motto.

Oh this handgun is on the SPECTRUM™️ alright…

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It’s lit 😭😂:

0:10 – LOL the steampunk skull eye pro… this video is off to a good start.

0:43 – Oh man that knife is electrical taped onto the AK… and the protective cover is still on the charging handle

Interesting beat with the heavy guitar.  Hearing music like this makes me think I should get into the business. haha

There is A LOT going on in this music video.  It always throws me off when guys do video artifacts as a part of the style because I think my video card is messing up.

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