Garand Thumb doing what he does best:

Everything about this video is great, and I learned a lot.  Garand Thumb is a true professional in the industry.



This pretty much sums long rang shooting up for a lot of people:

ahhaha good stuff.


The road to the 7-day IPSC World Shoot in Thailand.  This is awesome:

No wonder Max tears it up when it comes to shooting, the dude is a machine.

So many good quotes in this video, the one at the start has been said before and is so true “People always talk about they cant find time, but it’s about making the time.”

Thoughts?  Sig did a really nice job on this video.  The music, editing, and effects were tasteful and useful.. not overboard or annoying like other brands do.

The only thing I found shocking in this video is that he is working out in what appears to be a cotton or poly-cotton shirt.  You gotta buy an $70 Arcteryx shirt made from technical fiber if you really want to put numbers on the board.  That’s a free tip for you Max.

The video says “Episode 1” on it, so I’m looking forward to the rest of them in the series.


The homie Brandon.  Haha damn there are a lot of nice guns in the vid:

An integrally suppressed MP5 is definitely a grail for me.

3:14 – this grease gun looking thing is epic.

4:40 – Back to back to back.. now he’s on the belt fed!  God I wish that were me.  I love the sound of the links hitting the roof.  That whole section is like ASMR.

8:29 – The vintage machine guns will always be cool.  Miniguns are just a whole other league… looking like they came straight off a CNC, built with like 0.000000000001 tolerance.

9:14 – Someone’s house is missing the dryer vent tube right now.

I’m looking forward to that AK-50 test fire video.



Important science incoming:

This video is definitely going to ruffle some 5.11 panties.  I’m here for it… Polenar Tactical always delivers.

2:40 – Oh ahah ok airsoft.. I was wondering about that.  I wouldn’t have put it past them to use live rounds, but definitely wouldn’t have been the smartest thing.  People will still be mad though “because of the implication” (always sunny related reference for your ass).

3:46 – I’m liking the look of that place.  Wonder if the mountain biking is any good there?  I’ll have to check out Trailforks later.

9:39 – Oh hell yea, I love a good charcuterie board.

10:42 – hahah that dog knows some cool stuff.  I’m surprised that little coat of his doesn’t have some morale patch loops on it.

1:13 – They call their Pateron subs randomly on video?  That’s some personal content right there.

15:25 – haha oh man they even got Brandon AK Guy on!

15:58 – Getting hit in the back of the knee with an airsoft pellet is the WORST.

23:00 – hahah Manca just side eying the whole time and not saying anything.  The look on her face tells me she’s no stranger to these shenanigans.

28:27 – What’s going on here?  Pressurized air being shot into the can?  I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.. what’s it do?  Oh nm.. it’s for the airsoft gun.  I saw him using it towards the end of the video.

You guys know that the sweet spot vid length for me is somewhere between 5 and 10 minutes, so when I saw this was 35 I was like 😬🤔.  That said, the fellas are funny so it kept my attention.   I love how the video got more and more chaotic as it went on.

Holy.. I just googled what a dangerous blood alcohol level is:

Small amounts of alcohol lead to mild impairedness in brain functions, most affecting the top part of the brain. As people drink more, this spreads to deeper levels of the brain, eventually suppressing the body’s “vital reflexes” — sneezing, coughing, gagging, breathing, and heart rate — enough to allow the drinker to reach an overdose.

At around .35 BAC, these vital functions “shut off,” but any BAC over .3 is life threatening and poses a significant risk of death. (source)

Žiga’s BAC was .384 at the end of the test. 👀😳

Satisfying the legal requirement of someone who no longer drinks alcohol.. I almost forgot to let everyone know that I haven’t even had a sip in over a year.  I need to bask in the glory of how clean my body is operating, any chance I can get.




Pistols of the Warlords kickstarter is currently sitting at $1051645.  That’s a LOT of money to pull in for a couple niche books, but when you put it in perspective that 5745 people are backing the kickstarter, it definitely seems more doable.  Make me really think I should get going on that Sheepdog Fan Fiction book.

The previous two Kickstarters for books that Forgotten Weapons’ Ian did, were met with great success as well.  Thorneycroft to SA80: British Bullpup Firearms, 1901–2020 ($579,585) and Chassepot to FAMAS: French Military Rifles, 1866 – 2016 ($800,256).  Honestly, no wonder though… they look like amazing quality and I’m sure the research is top notch as we have come to expect from him.

Yooo is that shirt Ian is rocking in the video Visvim? 🤔 He’s really stunting on us poors now that he’s pulling $M bags.  Kidding.