It’s really like this:

Had to use tha gawd Royal Nonesuch for the profile pic.  In the picture you’ll see his chest mounted quad barrel slamfire shotgun… I WOULD link to the video, but he took them all off youtube (or got banned, or sold it to Serbu… I don’t really remember.). Anyways here’s a video of him with a single barrel homemade shotgun build he did.  Actually, I did just find a video on 50CalVal’s channel where they are messing around and building it… no shooting footage though.

Royal Nonesuch is wearing the ENDO Brass Bandit t-shirt in the 50calval video.


Gat tip: Robert and the couple others who sent it (I couldn’t find your emails)

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I should have been an artist. Wait.. i’m young, it’s probably not too late. Check out this “art” by LA based James Georgopoulos:

Profound purpose statement:

“Guns of Cinema” is a fearless compilation of iconic cinematic gun images. These works carry a theme that confronts controversy, questioning what makes this object inspirational – the same object that has the ability to protect and take away freedoms or the power to alter history and threaten or destroy lives.

LOL yea.. pretty boilerplate.

So as you can see, James Georgopoulos’ “art” amounts to taking pictures of prop guns and putting them in front of high contrast solid color backgrounds.  He then enlarges the pictures and gets prints made that are several feet across, and through that becomes rich. This guy is a genius… *slow clap*

You can visit his website –

I’ve been to a handful of famous art museums, and there is definitely crap like this that any joker can do.  On the other end of the spectrum there are the incredibly complex/skilled pieces; I have a lot of respect for those those artists.



chain of command

A series of administrative or military ranks, positions, etc., in which each has direct authority over the one immediately below.




Also known in Japan as “Cat Shit One”, this animated series is scheduled for release in early 2010 … It looks pretty awesome


The series follows three American soldiers (Rabbits) in the Vietnam War named Bota, Perky and Rats. All three are in the recon team called Cat Shit One. Each mission shows the daily activities of the reconnaissance group in Vietnam

The American Rabbits in this are a wordplay on the Japanese word “Usagi”, which also means Rabbit. Another way to look at it is the word as an acronym – U.S.A. G.I.

Pretty neat!

Other animals in this series according to their nationality are:

  • American – Rabbit
  • Vietnamese – Cat
  • French – Pig
  • Chinese – Panda
  • Japanese – Monkey and Gorilla
  • Russian – Bear
  • Korean – Dog
  • British – Rat
  • Australian – Kangaroo
  • German – Fox
  • Middle Eastern – Camel, Goat and Sheep
  • Argentines – Cow



I created this film because I have an interest in the war in the middle east and our involvement with it. I wanted the film to be politically evocative as well as enjoyable to watch. The entire film took approximately 4 months to make and was created and rendered in Blender 2.49a.

Very artistic! visit Andrew Price’s vimeo page – HERE for more of his videos


This movie actually looks pretty good: wbc9a8tq2h


Check out for practice targets to prepare for the attack!