hunting

Nice promo video:

I’m not big into hunting, but I wasn’t aware that you and your hunting bros just dispersed into the forest and walked around randomly.  Is that how it goes down?  Sounds dangerous, I figured everyone generally stuck together.

One thing I’ll have to say I burst out laughing when I heard is this (embedded at 24 seconds):

ROFL 😂🤣 😬 yea make your “DON’T SHOOT” sound the EXACT same as the sound of a shot timer (which, for those that don’t know signals you to START shooting).  Brilliant, my dudes (NOT).  All that tells me is that someone who is likely more into tech than shooting produced this product.  They literally could have made it any other sound.. a siren, a honk etc..

The unit also looks quite large for being a one-trick-pony.

You can read more about the SysTeM at the Safe Shoot website; $430 for the shooter device, and $370 for the one you can strap on a kid or a dog.

Thoughts?  I foresee that shot timer sound changing REAL quickly.  Why I keep doing this consulting work for free, I’ll never be able to figure out 🤔😂..

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Taking a cue from archery / bowhunting:

I mean… if people find it useful on a gun, then cool.  Worth every penny of the $20 price tag – You can pick one up on the Anchor Point website if you’re interested.

This has to be one of the most awkward promo videos I’ve ever seen:

Holy the end of that video caught me off guard –  “We hope this product helps you trust, focus and hit your target.  However, more importantly we hope you hit your internal target of having a relationship through god with Jesus Christ.” he said as his voice cracked and he barely contained a smile before the video cut and Anchor Point’s crucifix logo flashed on the screen.  Out of the two comments left on the video, one guy already didn’t like that part.

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Truuuuuuu:

haha a bit forced and long, but not bad.  He has one on hunting too, same deal basically:

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Gat tip: Corey

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Haha this:

What you’re looking at is a $33 spike designed to stick your AR-15 into a tree. Ya so say you’re hunting and you’re like “this spot looks good for killing things”… You look for the nearest tree and you grab your AR by the stock (I’m guessing), and you swing it like a bat to embed the side of it in the tree. Sure you might have knocked a few MOA off your rifle by doing that, but you’ll make up for it with the stability this gadget more than likely provides. Oh and as an added bonus if you forget those shitty blade covers you’ll get a nice messy cut in your back of your crotch when you’re carrying this thing through the bush.  At least if it cuts you in just the right place, you probably won’t be able to reproduce.

Thoughts? Would gain stability from and shoot with?

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Starting them young:

I’ll warn you, NOTHING at all interesting happens before 1:40 (when she takes the shot).

Normally I wouldn’t bother posting videos like this, because they come around quite often… but naturally the concerned facebook moms are flipping out about this video so I figured it should be spread around more to hurt more butts.

Full story on FOX if you care.

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Must have been unobtanium tipped and shot from a ceramic automatic assault rifle:

Deer-Meme-CabelasAptly named “Deer Park”, Washington.  That’s pretty wild the bullet was able to go through so many different things and traverse such a distance while doing that.  It’s lucky no one was hurt.  The family seems to be cool with people hunting there still.  I don’t know if they really have a choice (other than moving out) because it doesn’t sound like it’s their land… but I’d be more than a little freaked out that it would happen again.  You really have to put a lot of trust that people who hunt know what they are doing, and aren’t going to be irresponsible idiots trying to lob hail Mary shots to get a deer, and worse not checking that anything important LIKE A HOUSE is beyond their target.

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