Brandon Herrera

Caught the corona virus apparently (insert dad joke about him drinking too many Coronas):

3:00 – haha the cleaning rod and bayonet lug… yea why bother.

It continually blows my mind how manufacturing guns doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all.  I guess there are new kids that are growing up every day though, who don’t already have a gun and don’t want to buy a used one.

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Whoa:

Some nice goals for 2020.  I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of new stuff he comes out with. That looks like a LOT of parts wow.

I’m hopefully going to get back to blogging somewhat daily again.  Some of you guys thought I was MIA at Disneyland again, but the truth of the matter is my girlfriend and I moved to a bigger place over last bunch of weeks.  To say that took up a lot of my time is an understatement.  haha

Hope everyone has a great NYE, and a great 2020!

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Last episode:

Not much happened in this episode, I didn’t realize Season 1 was going to be so short.  Now I really want season 2 ASAP so we can find out what project Huracan is.

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Just getting caught up… here’s episode 2 and 3 of Brandon’s show:

Episode 3:

They did a really nice job on the filming and editing of this.  I hope Brandon does a 2nd season of this, or keeps producing unique YouTube content like it anyways.

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TheAKguy Brandon Herrera introduces us to the Brass Valley fellas and the series:

So we finish out this episode with Brandon giving the two groups the challenge create and 3d print a functional cam groove and cam lug for the AK-50 v5 in under 48 hours.

I like how this is going so far.  I normally like videos around the 5 minute length, but with something like this I think going closer to 20min is a better idea.  That way we get to see a few things happen per episode.

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Another one:

LOL Brandon continues to knock it out of the park with these. All so true.

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