“4 rules were followed bruh, It’s impossible for anyone to get hurt.” This:

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“Big boy rules” as always.  I’ll never be operator enough to understand.  This same video caused a shit storm on my instagram post, and not so much on facebook but still got a lot of traction. This has NOTHING to do with the fact the guy is in a wheelchair and everything to do with the unknown variables of barely being able to push someone across uneven terrain while they are pulling a trigger and jerking around with people downrange. It’s never a surprise though, when I post these videos people put me onto and the response from some is “none of the 4 rules were broken. It’s impossible for anyone to get hurt.”. YES that was an actual comment… It’s IMPOSSIBLE that when pushed, his wheelchair could have jerked to the left or right at the same time as he pulled the trigger. I’ve pushed a wheelchair… just like in the video, you hit anything like a small rock and they jerk violently. Oh well, not me in the video so I’m just happy people are training, and not getting hurt (for the most part anyway). Hope that streak keeps up.

Videos like this are so polarizing.  Like my exchange with Herman on facebook… Where he said:

I wonder if it was a video of a dude shooting an apple off of someone else’s head, would people say “well there not breaking the 4 rules and they are actually training so good for them.”?.

And I replied:

Guys be like “as long as the shooter was aiming at the apple, I don’t see the problem” LOL


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Hmmm yea whatever bro.  Maybe for starters you should have took 30 seconds to research the thing you’re trying to vilify. For starters, your more guns = more danger thing has been proven wrong over and over… secondly I only am assuming those things flying in the air are bullets because they sure don’t look like bullets.  Full cartridges flying in the air?… heh nice.  Better people than him have done the same thing, but I’m still not giving anyone any passes.


Hat tip: Weerd



Awesome video, but I don’t think it is a very effective way to promote their service.

The message of the video is that “You don’t need a gun to protect your kids” from child predator scumbags. First of all, like I mentioned in previous posts I do not give a shit about the lives of murderers, rapists, child predators, etc… so saying you don’t need to shoot them, and that you should instead sign up for an email notification service that AmberWatch provides, and that will protect you kids seriously makes me ROFL.  I say shoot them all the first time they do something that makes them a danger to society.

Riddle me this… so you get an “alert” from AmberWatch which says that a man in a fake icecream truck tried to abduct 2 girls on the other side of the city where your son or daughter is.  What happens next?  Does batman work for Amberwatch? Or do you drop everything you are doing and race through traffic at 80mph frantically trying to find your kid.  All i’m saying is that their business plan seems to have some holes in it. Another big one being the fact that it appears that anyone can submit an “Event” to their website.  Is there any quality control?  The main AmberWatch foundation website says that the alerts are “Vetted And Authenticated by the AmberWatch foundation”, but I really don’t see how.  Do they know where every danger to your child is, but are just waiting for someone to lodge a complaint? I doubt it.

All that said… if I were a parent I probably would sign up for the service, but it would be supplementary to my gun… not instead of it.

AmberWatch Alert website – HERE

One last thing… I hope no one sees that video and trys shooting dual guns in the air.  Not a great idea considering you have no idea where those bullets are ending up.

Hat tip: Charles D