m249

Whoaaaaaaaa:

I bet he had to clean his pants out after that.  What was he doing with his left hand after he let go of the bipod anyways?  Moving the positioning of the linked ammo on his arm maybe? Another question… are bi-pods in general or those m249 bipods really meant to be held on to by one side while firing?  Seems like an accident waiting to happen especially when going AUTO considering bipods are normally hinged.

Gat tip: SayUncle

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CarniK Con Baseball:

Carnik-Con-Dugan-Ashley-ENDOLOL an M249 and thawed chickens… nothing can top these guys.

Thoughts?

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Tighten your damn suppressor before you rock and roll.

He does a pretty good job of suppressing his embarrassment in video #1:

Video #2 though… “Stay clear guys, this is going to be awesome”.  Everything is going well…. OH Wait jiggly suppressor!  For the love of god… *JAM* *rack* *Bam bam bam bam* *JAM* (Repeat 9x).   Embarassing!  Now the classic “Bad ammo” cover-up.  It’s Murphy’s law that if there are cameras and a group of people watching you this is exactly what happens.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Scott P.

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FLIR stands for Forward Looking Infared:

What you’re seeing is the different heat levels represented by colors. Bright color = hot.

It would be pretty neat to get one of those cameras to fool around with.

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An armchair shoot starting on Valentines Day:

The idea of somone caring about entering this “virtual” shooting promotion is funny.  I’m looking forward to seeing the aftermath though.  You can check out the promotion page over at shootmytruck.com.  I’m not a fan of any contest (like this one) that requires you to install an “app” that spys on your twitter or facebook account.

I recall playing the original Twisted Metal back in the 90s.  I remember it being fun at the time because you could beat the living crap out of the vehicles.  Confusingly enough this new game is called Twisted Metal as well.

You can pre-order it over at Amazon for $60 for the PS3 if you’re into that sort of thing.

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  • The upper receiver is a modified AR-15 upper that will feed with standard SAW M249 links
  • The lower and bolt carrier are stock with only a clearance cut added
  • Every other aspect of the gun is standard AR-15

I have no idea if they are for sale.  My guess is that if the price was right (under $300), they would fly off the shelves.  I even think people with regular semi auto AR-15s would buy them for kicks.

Hat Tip: Marooned

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