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The classy ladies of 2015:

Daisy-Dukes-Back-Pocket-Holster0:27 – Those daisy dukes with the built in back pocket 1911 holster tho.  Followed by ITT (Inside The Thong) Glock carry at 0:36.

1:11 – “Oh hai! Just building an AR from scratch in high socks and a see-through top.  Disregard my granny panties.”

Trust Magpul to class up the calendar game.  You can pre-order it now on their website for $17.

Thoughts? Would operate with? Wouldn’t operate without?

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According to the pre-order website, Shark Jump Costa “curated” the shoot for the calendar:

2014-Gear-Girl-Calendar“curated” is such an overused term in the fashion / design world, I had not heard it applied to girls before though.  My initial thought was that it was kind of creepy in the context, but I guess it’s just a fancy way of saying he looked after them.  I have no info on whether or not these girls will be wearing derp ninja turtle satchels or tactical arm tape.  Might see some product placement of that type in the mix though, who knows? haha

Will this calendar be as good as Hot Shots?  Doubtful.  I’ll save judgement though until I see both of them.

You can pre-order the calendar for $13 at Tactical Distributors.

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Ron

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These videos all have a creepy vibe to them:

The Hot Shots girls are more relevant to my interests than these girls.  At least the girls at Hot Shots look like they are having a good time… whereas these Guns And Lace girls just look like they are being paid or forced to do the videos.  Almost all the music choices give me the creeps too haha.

You can check out more pictures and video over on the Guns And Lace website if that’s what you’re into.

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You’ll likely hate your job after watching this:

But photography is such hard work you say!  Those re-shoots with models must be so frustrating and annoying.  I remember hearing about this one guy complain the ice wasn’t cold enough and the cheese plate wasn’t stinky enough. I’d be pretty pissed off too, let me tell you.  LOL

The 2013 calendar isn’t out yet, but when it is 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the UK based Help for Heroes.

Check out the Hot Shots Calendar website for purchase info and more pictures.

I’m really surprised there isn’t a popular American version of this.  I’ve seen various US firearm companies make an effort, but none ever get the exposure and buzz like this calendar does as far as I know.

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Looks like tough work being a photographer:

Although I have zero use for a non-online calendar, I approve this one if your needs differ.

The calendars are around $28 with shipping – HERE

50% of the proceeds go to UK based charity Help For Heroes

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It took us about 5 minutes to bring everyone up to speed, place people around the room, and figure out a rough path. The original shot is a little over two minutes long. It’s obviously really hard to get 40 people to hold still for that long, so a lot of the sped up sections hide some of the movement. The other sped up and slowed down parts were just to emphasize it’s epic awesomeness.

I really like the concept.  I assumed they did it the way they said they did before I read the description. The only other way I know to get this effect is to actually have a large number of still cameras fire simultaneously and then you can stitch the pictures together like a video, but that way is obviously more expensive and way more time consuming.

Yea the trigger discipline is non existent on some of the models, but its art/photography so it’s to be expected.

A Steadicam is one of those things I want to get as soon as I get a new video camera.

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