Every time I see a new Matt Rittman video in my feed, I know it’s going to be fire:

Flawless as usual.  If you’re not familiar with his work, make sure you click through and check out his other videos.  All the major firearms, expertly explained.

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Brandon talks about his now removed video, and shows some clips:

I’m so annoyed I didn’t get to see the actual episode before it was deleted by YouTube, I’ll have to see if one of the fellas saved it.  At least Brandon said he’s going to edit it to stay within the guidelines then re-upload it.


Segment from CNBC:


1:08 – Lucas Botkin from TREX.  I heard him talk about this appearance on his Art & War podcast episode recently.  I’ve listened to a few episodes now, including the one with the homie Print Shoot Repeat.  Good gun industry pod, if you’re looking for one.

5:05 – The gun industry in America is a $36 billion business

5:12 – US firearm manufacturers produced 11.1 million guns in 2020 😲, up from 5.4 million in 2015

8:03 – The narrator mentions that one of the cases against firearm marketing is the “potential exposure to children, or those under the age of 18”.  Video games and movies do that better than any firearms company could ever want to or hope to directly through their own ads.

9:25 – The Apple revolver to watergun emoji change was so lame.  People use it for the exact same purpose.



1911 bois:

Actually I guess it’s a “blank gun” according to the start of the vid.  This type of video is so relaxing.


Some football bro (Chris Ballard?) has an opinion:

Wow.  The more I see stuff like this online, and hear people talking in person I’m pretty sure that a large percentage of Americans actually think you can just walk into a gun store and buy AUTOMATIC guns.

The stupidest sentences known to man are always preceded by “I’m not anti-gun but..”



$2900 of pure profit 😂.  King behavior:

Interesting that they won’t be buying back 3d printed guns in the future.. so… are they guns or not? 🤔

I’m not on top of Houston TX crime.. but those 274 murders are likely mostly gang violence right?  I highly doubt its dudes with families in the suburbs with GHOST GUNS 👻.

Funny how they ask the guy in the video (the mayor of Houston) “do you really expect criminals to turn in their guns at these buyback events?” and he answered yes. Smh..

By the look of the pictures that were shown in the vid, people turned in junk guns that were probably just rusting in an attic or toolbox in a garage.  Probably none of the “Glock wiT Da Switch” type guns they were hoping for.


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