Based off the WWII British Welrod pistol.  The B&T VP9:

Very cool.  I like the simplicity of it.  Those replaceable baffles he talks about at 0:27 are some real assassin type shit.  I guess you use the “training suppressor” it comes with for practice, so you don’t have to replace the baffles before whatever “dirty job” MI6 or the CIA (or both because they think you are two different people?) hired you to do.

0:41 – 5 round capacity hey 🤔.  If I had money to blow I’d definitely figure a way to add a 9mm drum or extendo.

Here are the details on the B&T website.  Taking the safe route, they call it the “veterinary pistol” “*wink wink* Hunny, a deer got hit by a car so I had to dispatch it. *wink wink* No no that has nothing to do with why I was gone 3 days, and you found 4 passports with my picture on them, but all from different countries with different names in my shaving kit.”


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Oh TMHonfire102 you crazy:

everything-could-be-a-trollNothing like tossing a few Coors back in your Jammies after a long day, then shooting suppressed at some body armor indoors.  Like really, who hasn’t done this?  Propping the body armor up with Dr. Seuss books is pretty standard too.

TMH has always given so few shits, I love it.



A fan made US Naval Special Warfare DEVGRU Recruitment Video:

*eye roll* @ the suppressed fire sounds.  I think it would have been more effective to just not have any firing sounds than those dumb movie-type ones.

Besides that there was obviously some cool footage because those guys do cool stuff.  Who is this recruiting you ask?  COD nerds everywhere now brushing the Cheeto dust off their shirts, telling their moms to get their tactical load out from the rubbermaid containers in the garage, and starting to do some physical training.

Tactical-Operator-Military-VanEvery time I see night vision I am always reminded how bulky it is.. that does NOT look like fun to wear.  Beats dying though obviously.


Hat tip: Scott, Mike


Extreme Tactical!


You’d need good wrists to even point that thing at a target.