Ahhhhhh gross:

I can’t even imagine any possible circumstance where I would see that as an acceptable thing to do.  This also confirms my worst fears when buying a used gun.  Clean it inside and out with solvent… you never know, maybe the last owner didn’t do this but instead set it on top of a skid mark in his underwear? haha

Remember when someone made the Number Two holster? *face palm*… yea I was trying to forget as well.


Gat tip: Maison

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Jimmy Kimmel got a hold of a exclusive video:

Police-forget-gun-bathroomMeh, mildly funny but predictable.  Seemed like they needed something to fill time.

Police do seem to have a problem forgetting their guns in bathrooms from time to time though.  I just quit talking about stories like that because they aren’t at all interesting.


MrColionNoir‘s second vid in 3 days! I hope this pace keeps up:

I still think it’s gross to remove your gun and set it down in a bathroom on a shelf.  I just assume people have shit on absolutely everything in every bathroom besides my home ones.  The only way I would take my gun off and set it on a shelf was if I created a buffer zone between the shelf and the gun with about a 1/2″ of toilet paper.  Am I the only one this weird?  Don’t even tell me any of your guys actually bought the POS Bathroom holster?.

MrColionNoir is wearing the Assault Weapons Ban t-shirt which I am unfortunately very low on stock on at the moment.  If I don’t have your size, get on the waiting list… and in the meantime there are plenty of other good shirts to grab over at ENDO Apparel though while you wait.



Hat tip: Eric P.



Serious bathroom business calls for serious privacy.

Hat tip: Anders R


If you’re a bad guy, ass-seeking hydrodynamic bullets could be the death of you.

Talk about really putting the ASS in Assassination. :P