Even though it didn’t work.  This was worth a shot:

Joerg is crazy with these new designs!  Yea the fake “rifling” by spinning the knife was worth a try… probably need to spin it faster and more even along it’s flight up the barrel though like he mentioned.

Joerg-SpraveI know I’ve said it a few times in the past, but if this guy were to take some of his coolest designs to market in the US I bet they would sell like hotcakes.

Joerg did another video recently called “Can Germans Have guns?” where he shows his collection and talks about German gun laws.  Some of you might be interested in taking a look.  I had no idea he was so into guns… at 2:14 when he’s talking about licenses he casually mentions that he has 34.



Demolition Ranch does a test:

Demolition-Ranch-ENDO-Selector-SwitchNeither barrels have any choke.  Interesting results.  I suppose the explantation is the centrifugal force is spinning the shot inside the barrel, then when it gets out it has all that momentum and spins out of the wad.  Rather than in a smooth bore the only force is pushing it forward… no spin.  Too unpredictable for home defense if you ask me.



Rifling on the inside of the neck of a beer bottle?  Sure why not…

Miller came out with this new “Vortex” bottle to try and boost sales according to an article at Brandweek.

I have my doubts that it will make Miller Lite taste any better.. but I definitely will buy a 6 pack at least just to try the cool bottles.  “Mission Accomplished” is what Miller’s marketing team would be saying right now if they read this.

If any companies outside of firearm manufacturers want to win my heart, combining something firearm related with your product is a sure bet.

I wish Miller would have played off the gun idea though.. but I guess there are too many negative connotations associated with putting something “rifled” in your mouth, or even the popular term, “to shotgun a beer”.

You can visit the Miller Lite website HERE, although there is surprisingly no information on this new bottle.  Some of the commercials they have online are pretty funny though.