I can’t say I’ve ever seen this gun being assembled:

It would also be interesting to see one of the Walther employees build one.  The Walther guy mentions at around the 5:30 point in the video, that it typically takes 6 minutes for them to build a PPK.  I can’t image they would be hover-building any of it like NOIR is in the video, but you never know.  From experience, holding something in your hand and trying to hammer it doesn’t really work that well.

Always great to see NOIR thriving.  Despite the fact making content is obviously still “work”, it looks a pretty sweet gig.  YouTube really seems to be suppressing a lot of the vids though… hard to believe someone with 1.85M subscribers would only get 97,000 views on a video in 4 days.


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Every time I see a company besides GLOCK release a polymer pistol, I’m just like “Heh, that’s cute”.  This is no exception.  Check out this promo video though LOL:

I was put onto this by ENDO reader Tyler who sent me a link to a facebook post by Walther where they were all proud of this pun filled 55 second rap video they made to promote the new handgun.  I cringed so hard I think I pulled something in my neck.  I instantly knew a shitstorm would erupt when a bible flashed on screen at 8 seconds and the guy rapped “Believe your creed”.  Naturally the video disappeared from Walther’s social media later on in the day.

Here’s another more professional video they still have up on YouTube showing the features. It’s lacking a bible reference and rapping (maaaaaaaad bars), so in other words it’s not as good:

walther-creed-handgunYou can read more about the Walther CREED on their website if you care.

Thoughts?  Do you receive this pistol into the market with arms wide open?

Gat tip: Tyler, Luis


Keanu Reeves and some gunplay:

hahha @ 1:27, are those dual Walther P22’s (.22LR) with the “compensators” LOL thats such a derpy thing to put on a 22?  Longer sight radius would be a bit nicer I suppose:


I see Keanu’s acting still is the exact same.

1:34 dat KEL-TEC KSG:


1:48 – No slide recroprication :/

Oops nm… What I thought was a walther P22 looks like it might be an HK or Sig (judging by the hammer and trigger guard):


Meh I don’t know… I’ll probably watch it but I’m not trying to see it in the theater.

Thoughts? Anyone have an actual ID on the handgun with the comp, and what the comp is (if not custom)?

Hat tip: Gear Whores Anon


The baddest rapper of them all gets owned:

hahha that would have been unexpected.  My first thought would have been it was a real gun too, although I’m smart enough to check it before I pull the trigger on something I am handed.

Yes blanks have and will kill people, but it seemed to work out alright in this case since he actually shot toward the corner where they planned.  The problem lies where you try to “prank” someone with something like this and they mess around and put the empty “airsoft” gun to their head as a joke and pull the trigger.


Hat tip: Kearney


When keepin’ it real goes wrong:

Pimp strut not included.


The Porcelain Pistols are replicas of James Bond’s Walther PPK and its contemporary sister, the P99,with friendly permission of Carl Walther Inc.The fragile weapon, hand-painted in the style of classic tableware motifs, liesnext to your coffee and cake, asking to be picked up. Its coolness andcomfortable grip increase the qualms of the user, leaving him in a quandary between the pleasure of luxury and violence.

More pictures – HERE

Unfortunately the artist didn’t work the ubiquitous “Glock 7” into the project. My guess is that she was probably paid off by the TSA because it would evade their metal detectors.