YouTube 3d animating legend Matt Rittman with a video about the Remington 870:

Really well done as always.

COMMENT
12-1-2021

I wonder if any of the most popular gun people have experienced anything like this?

Before I get into it… this guy in the YouTube vid still and at 0:12 is giving me Lucas from T-REX Arms vibes.  There’s more of him towards the end of the video..  this doppelgänger goes by Social Repose.

Judging by the comments I see on the YouTube videos, the audience on the videos of some of the more “low hanging fruit / cringe for views as content” gun guys.. their fanbase definitely seems to skew young.  I really wouldn’t be surprised if some of those parents are driving their kids to some of YouTubers we know in person.  That’s cool as long as its not done in a stalker way.  Showing up at someone’s house is absolutely batshit crazy.

While watching the video, I was thinking.. you know what, the homie Brandon (the AKGuy) was actually doing a hypehouse type thing for a while with BrassValley.  That was obviously a TON of work to pull off in the fashion he did, and thankfully the guys he picked were actually not children.  It would be cool if there was a full time gun content hype house, with adults.  I realize that logistically a bunch of dudes in their late 20s – 40s probably are not going to want to live together though.. so the next best thing would be like a “hype Co-working space”.  After typing that out, it actually seems like what some of the guys in Texas have going on.  Everyone always featuring everyone local in their videos.  I’m not mad at it, however you fellas know I have my favorites.  It pains my heart when a non-cringe YouTuber and a cringe YouTuber collab.

Holy, when some of that hypehouse content started rolling at around the 2:00 mark in the video I had to almost turn away. 😬 grim.

2:44 – A huge mob rolling up on the house of this Megan Zelly girl that has only 102,000 on instagram?  Wow.. I didn’t think that was a follower count people had to worry about stalkers at.

Thoughts?

COMMENT
11-30-2021

Firepower United:

haha accurate.  You literally couldn’t give those away back then.

COMMENT
11-30-2021

That’s really what the curvybois Taurus went ahead and made a video about, 😂 I’m deceased:

You already know they had the turn the comments off.  I wonder if they were off as soon as it was published, or if it took a few people who roasted them within an inch of their life and proceeded to get upvoted and replied to hundreds of times before they were like “uh yea we have to stop this”.

1:43 – 👀 Bruther rocking the threeper-we-the-people-betsy-ross-tattered-flag combo.

“We’re not just setting new standards in product development and value. We’re elevating the entire firearms industry, and we’re doing it in historic fashion.” – Taurus

Thoughts?

COMMENT
11-29-2021

Well done series, amazing quality.  Crank it up to 5k on YouTube if your monitor / connection allows it:

Silencerco has been about it content-wise for quite a while now.  You really can’t beat this type of content marketing, where you basically forget that you’re being advertised to.

Note: Interesting.. the Silencerco website appears to be down (or I’m blocked from it for some reason haha).  Cloudfare Error 1020 “This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks”.  I’m going to check back on this later.  I’m always intrigued when big companies have downtime.  I guess most of Silencerco’s business is done offline, but it’s still not great to have the website completely unreachable for any extended period of time in this day and age.

Thoughts?

COMMENT
11-29-2021

The homie puts some rounds through his new print:

The integrated VF…*cough.. clears throat* front mag holder is pretty sweet.

I don’t know if gun companies are scared quite yet of 3d printing… but I’m sure they will be.   As you can see in the video, there are definitely issues with design and shrinkage etc that cause FTFs and various other things you don’t want to happen.  It’s still early though in the grand scheme of things.  I expect problems like that to be a thing of the past within the next few years.

You really can’t beat Print Shoot Repeat when it comes to 3d printed guns.  As I always say the music and everything else is PRO too.

Thoughts?

COMMENT
11-24-2021