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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Hokie1911, Mar 16, 2011.
YES.. Steroids and .50's. Recipe for real men
I dunno. Nick had the proper tactical fitness range reholster down pretty good.
Nothing like doing a visual sweep for potential threats with the slide locked back. I always holster my weapon with the slide locked back, as well. At least he shoots a quality firearm!!
Awesome, Awesome, Awesome
They have that 50 gi hard chromed at the gunshow which is a really great looking gun.
Ha ha ha, how many times do you have to show and say you name in one video. When your roindin, and your manhood shrinks you have to compensate somehow.
Look at the bright side......at least he didn't shoot it with him wearing a speedo.
The clean lines of the bobtail are ruined by that bumper pad on the mag.
And that came with a 45ACP conversion too...
is your GC NN stainless?
This jerk-off gives a TOOL a bad name!
They list springfield EMPs in 9mm and .40 for $675 on their website:
Someone should order a truckload of these and see if they honor that price.
What an Assclown, Guncrafters should not be associated with this tool
I love how "custom" his GI is. He takes time to point out all the "custom" features.
I also particularly LOVE his explanation of his grouping. F'ing great.
I'll bet this guy watched alot of Van-Dam and Seagal movies back in the day!!
It does have front cocking serrations on it......
Nice firearm but wtf is up with this guy. He acts and looks like he would be the poster boy for mall ninjas.
No kidding, who the hell does a sweep like that @ the range
Maybe its just my flabby jealous nature, but I think muscle guys who feel the need to wear nothing but UnderArmor look like fools. And while this guy did manage to put rounds on target, I would not train with him. The best trainers I have ever known are much more low key, less self-absorbed. John Benner of TDI in Ohio comes to mind. You'd never know from seeing or talking to him how good he really is, until you hit the range.