Fate Of Destinee

FateOfDestinee delivers to visual and auditory learners alike:

Fate-Of-Destinee-ENDOThis is easy to watch because of the whiteboard.  Really creative way to teach something like this, especially to new shooters.


Products currently haunting my dreams:
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.



Jim-Carrey-Cold-Dead-HandBoth great responses.  Both take the Jim Carrey a bit more serious than I do (see the song here if you haven’t), but that’s alright.  Both are also wearing ENDO shirts which by now you should also have in steady rotation if you love America and guns.



A new series the lovely FateOfDestinee is doing:

39 seconds was kind of short… but it guess it was true to the name “Quick hits”.  I’d like to see her go on a bit more of a rant in a future quick hit and really stick it to the recipient.

5.56x45mm T-ShirtDestinee is wearing the 5.56x45mm t-shirt from ENDO.  Like the Assault Weapons Ban t-shirt, this particular one will also be fully stocked up within the next couple days so stay tuned.


Fate Of Destinee takes a look:

Fate-Of-DestineeNormally I don’t post reviews, or in general things I can’t make fun of, but as you know I DO like ENDO Apparel appearances.  In this particular video she’s making the AR-15 Picatinny Rail t-shirt look its best. 

I will comment that the SIRT does look like a good option for dry fire practice, but starting at $329 it doesn’t come cheap.  I just wish there were some interesting reactive targets on the market for laser guns like this (I know there are SOME… but I almost fell asleep even thinking about shooting that).  In my opinion the one major flaw in this system is that you want to know where your shots are going so you’re probably not focusing on the front site as much as you should be… ignoring the green laser flash completely.  How am I supposed to see where I hit when I’m dumping magazines mid-barrel-roll?  Get your shit together SIRT. :P

Is it just me, or would that be annoying that the trigger prepping red indicator laser is so low?  Maybe I’m misunderstanding the use of it though…