alcohol

The Slow Mo Guys do it:

Captain Morgan supplied the alcohol and the cannon.  First Richard Ryan gets a liquor sponsor, now Slow Mo Guys?  ENDO seriously needs one.  I mentioned I was interested in LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) sponsorship, and commenter derpmaster said:

LVMH? I know that you are all into fashion and whatnot but I think you are setting your sights a little high. Given the readership of this site, I’m thinking more along the lines of Franzia/Keystone Lite/Luxco.

HOW RUDE! :P  ahhahaha.

Come-And-Take-ItThe drinks themselves getting smashed was a bit anticlimactic… seeing that cannon ball fly through the air was awesome though.

Thoughts?  Do you consider these sponsored vids “selling out”?

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Richard Ryan turns what could have been a drinking party, to a shooting party:

PLAGH Smirnoff ice!  My girlfriend put me on to mixing it with beer, and that’s cool, but by itself it’s like sugary poison.

Richard-Ryan-Deagle-T-ShirtCoors light.  Meh… I’ll drink it in a pinch as long as it’s ice cold.

I liked the way the champagne and wine exploded when shot lengthwise.  That was cool.

Richard is wearing the Deagle Brand Deagle t-shirt from ENDO Apparel you should pick up if you don’t already own it.

The always interesting behind the scenes Richard puts together:

Subtle troll with the whole cartridge flying at the bottles in the video still? Well played Richard… Well Played…

The omnipresent California No Right To Bear Arms t-shirt in that video of course!

Thoughts?

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Enter the Knights Armament Company SR-25 Magazine Flask:

Knights-Armament-SR25-Drinking-Flask

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$57.50 over at KACgear, and you get that slick pouch with it as well.  Make sure you decide how many of these you need on your tactical drinking load-out based on a simple formula using your tolerance for alcohol, and the level of good of times you want to have.

Thoughts?

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Or not, because your shooting range account will be “flagged” if you drink:

“Customers will have to order a drink with their identification card and once the card is accepted, and flagged, they cannot be checked back into the range that day.” The statement went on to say, “Georgia Law allows persons with gun permits to bring their weapon into a restaurant that serves alcohol, we are taking it even a step further.”

Full Story – HERE

The flagging of the account, and not allowing access to the shooting range is a good idea.  People are just flipping out because they aren’t paying attention to the details.  Like the video and the article mentions, you can already carry a gun into Georgia restaurants that serve alcohol.  Not to mention the fact that most of us have gallons of alcohol at home along with access to all of our firearms.Just like everything else potentially dangerous, it’s all about how responsible you are.  

Thoughts?

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Terrible looking product, worse video demo:

The alcohol is kept in 1 out of 6 chambers in the revolver. You have the gun tilted up and pull the trigger… if you hear a click you’re dead (the alcohol chamber aligns with the barrel)… so naturally you put it up to your mouth tilt the handle upwards and pour the alcohol out into your mouth.

After seeing the video, I associate the product with douchebags trying to look and act suave.  If that’s what you’re going for, and mock suicide firearm related games are your thing, then by all means head over to Amazon and pick one up for around $15.  You might be playing Russian roulette with your wallet though because the reviews are mostly terrible.

This isn’t the first time I’ve posted about Russian Roulette games, or Alcohol guns:  See Balloon Russian Roulette, Alcohol Gun, and the Beer Blaster Gun.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Philip

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Great for sporting events and chill tactical office environments:

You can pick one up from Chris D’Adamo on Etsy for $45.  It even comes with a flask… how thoughtful.

I suggest you practice your draw and re-holster though before you take this out in public.  Alcohol abuse is a crime, you don’t want to spill any if you can help it.

I’m looking forward to the shoulder, ankle, and gun show holster versions.  A person could distribute a whole 40 oz. that way and it would be fun all around.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Drew

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