I know, I know. I’ve said all along that guns should be a fashion statement. In fact, specifically, I said,
When that sort of thing becomes popular, we’re seeing the re-normalization of personal weapons as a part of everyday wear. Which personally, I think is a good thing.
But when that day comes, these things will still be frowned upon in polite company.
Heh. Of course we’re not in polite company…
Okay, so maybe it is a viable Waffenposselhaft Award candidate, and I can’t imagine anybody using one on a “serious” weapon, but you know, sometimes “Because Race Gun” is a perfectly legitimate argument.
I also think I like this guy, who seems to have his tongue firmly planted in cheek. I very nearly spit coffee when he says (at about 2:20 in the video) “It’s like there’s this ‘rain of hate’ coming out of the end of your gun.” And not only that; there’s a fine-print disclaimer that shows up at the bottom of the screen at that moment, which says ” *rain of hate is a metaphor, hate will not actually be produced by muzzle device” and I’ve been giggling ever since.
If nothing else, thanks for that. 🙂
Issue it in pink & Joan Rivers will beat a path to your door.
There is a certain, easily avoidable group of people whom the Loudener will appeal to. They will never hear us coming. 😉
” *rain of hate is a metaphor, hate will not actually be produced by muzzle device” and I’ve been giggling ever since.
🙂 Yeah, me too.
Hey, I ran shorty straight-pipes on my XLCH, so I gotta love this.
Probably makes hippies cry, and that’s a good tging.
Years ago,I took a brand new Ruger Blackhawk .44 mag revolver to a gunsmith,and had him make a cylinder and barrel in .50 Action Express for it.I only shoot it once in a while (for fear of breaking my wrists),but when I take it to the range it attracts attention.
One time a friend asked me why in the world would you do that?,I answered “Do you know anybody else that has one?”He said no,and I said “That’s why.”