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Oh man, this delivers. Wait for it…

LOL 0:42 – “When I first heard the request I was like ARE YOU SURE? I must have asked him like 5 or 6 times DO YOU WANT THIS ON YOUR GUN FOREVER? Every time he replied yes.”  Pure gold, I need to know who this piehitter is, and what his qualifications are.

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Gat tip: @4kvoid

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Neat video, but you’d think FPS Russia could afford a tripod by now:

Nice chassis and all, but for $1000 I think i’ll save my money for pretty much anything else.

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Google ChromeOS demo lab has a neat little interactive website up where you can have a simulated “chat” with a lab tech to suggest how they should destroy the Cr48 netbook.

Check it out – HERE

Naturally the first thing I tried was “Shoot”.. that worked. So then “Blow Up” .. that worked too.

It suggested “William Tell” to me as well.. so I typed that in and it was pretty cool too.

Use your imagination, I’m sure there are plenty of other cool videos they have done.

To save you the trouble, I also entered some swear words and it told me to stop a few times, then it opened a new tab and googled “Cleaning Supplies” LOL

Speaking of ChromeOS and the google netbook… that is something I am buying immediately once it is released to the public.

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Mexican soldiers have seized an arsenal of gold-plated and diamond-encrusted weapons believed to belong to the Valencia gang, allies of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel and, it seems, fans of hip-hip excess.

Showing just how flamboyant gang members spend much of their ill-gotten wealth, pictures show how most of the 31 ‘pimped’ pistols found in a raid on a home in western Mexico had gold or silver-plated grips or were glittered with diamonds.

Three of the assault rifles are almost entirely gold-plated and there was even a silencer plated with gold. One particularly image-conscious gangster has made his pistol unique by adding rows of gaudy red and green jewels and a Ferrari logo.

Full Story – HERE

I don’t know about you guys, but I’d open carry that black 1911 with the diamond punisher grips with pride.

I’m honestly shocked that someone in the main stream media was able to write an article on Mexican drug cartel’s guns and not even mention the ubiquitous “gun show loophole”

The rifles aren’t really my style, although I still think they would be an awesome addition to any collection. Pretty neat how even the suppressor has engraving all over it.

Where does one even get such badass work done?  I imagine it would takes days worth of time, and be very expensive.  My guess is that these cartels have jewelers and gunsmiths on the payroll.

I had a previous post on Mexican drug gang guns ( HERE )

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I have been using chrome for a while now, and I agree it’s fast.

What a fun way to demonstrate its speed:

[youtube width=”560″ height=”340″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCgQDjiotG0[/youtube]

Camera Used: Phantom v640 High Speed Camera at 1920 x 1080, films up to 2700 fps

Damn everything looks so wicked in slow motion. Make sure you read the details on the video to see how each test was done.

I hate to think how much that camera is worth.  I think it’s pretty safe to assume that if google uses it, I can’t afford it though.  Even if I could afford it, my ammunition requirement would increase exponentially because of all the awesome shooting footage I would need to get.

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Seems like for a while there, every night on the news there were pictures of tables full of confiscated guns from Mexican drug gangs.  Most of the guns ( predictably often said to have been obtained from the US through the gun show “loophole”  or through crooked gun stores ) appeared to be in their factory form.

Every so often though you see guns like these:

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