And surprisingly, they’re not made by Mattel.
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I don’t know what program this is – the text is in English but the narrator is speaking Japanese – but it’s always cool to see suitcase guns and the like. The 40mm Grenade Launcher is a nice bonus.
SilencerCo’s latest ad is a bit ‘out there’, but it’s definitely in the spirit of Halloween.
This is the full “Chicks Who Love Guns” video as seen in the 1997 movie Jackie Brown. Good trigger control.
Apocalypse Pooh is a merging of Winnie the Pooh and Apocalypse Now, created by Todd Graham. It casts Pooh and his various friends as characters from Apocalypse Now, radically changing the context of the original animation.
The fan project ‘The Empire Strikes Back Uncut’ is now available to view on YouTube. The Star Wars Uncut series is a project where fans are assigned segments of a Star Wars film and are tasked with interpreting the segment in any style they choose. The pieces are then edited together to make a full film.
The Paper Airplane Machine Gun, or Papierflieger-Maschinenpistole (yes, it was made in Germany), is made mostly from 3D printed parts. It takes sheets of paper, internally folds them into paper airplanes, and then launches them. It reminds me in the loosest sense of that gun in the upcoming CoD: Advanced Warfare that 3D prints its own bullets from a canister of “liquid matter”*. The future is clearly now.
*This link leads to the official campaign trailer for Advanced Warfare. The 3D printer rifle is used by the player for most of the gameplay – notice how the total ammo count slowly increases.
As I’m sure you can imagine by the wealth of NERF articles we post on this site, this is pretty much a daily occurrence at TFB headquarters.
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It ain’t Thursday, but it still felt like a good time to share this.
Hidden in deepest, darkest San Francisco is the workshop of Adam Savage, a world of movie props and odd memorabilia, and Tested has posted a video tour.
This is a teaser for ‘The Lord Inquisitor’, a fan film based on Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40K property.
I guess the moral of the story is pugs do make excellent snipers? Oh, and cats are jerks.
This video from YouTuber Randy Jacob shows off how to apply a MultiCam-esque pattern to gear and airsoft guns using spray paint. Check out the video description on YouTube for more in-depth information.
Also, it may help to turn down the volume before viewing; the music’s kinda loud.
This fan project by Mitchell Hammond takes place 30 years after Judgement Day where an aged Batman fights against the forces of Skynet with a riot control vehicle and refitted bomb blast vest. To be honest, the concept sounds exactly like a comic from the 90s, and would fit in perfectly with RoboCop Versus The Terminator and Superman Vs. The Terminator: Death to the Future, and all the other ‘super hero vs. movie monster’ comics that came out in that period.
This (somewhat lengthy) video shows off one of Adam Savage’s favorite movie prop collection pieces: the bank burn bag from ‘The Bourne Identity’, along with the various props he custom fabricated to go along with the piece.
This is a song by the band Psychostick called ‘Obey the Beard’. The video was done in Source Film Maker using Team Fortress 2 character models. Brand new operator theme song anyone?
Youtuber XboxAhoy – largely known for his distinctive voice and in-depth weapon guides for the Call of Duty series – has released this video featuring the iconic Desert Eagle pistol.
We all know that Hollywood’s been incorrectly depicting the ancient art of neck snapping for years now. Luckily, Master Ken is on hand to show us the right way.
It’s a… more modern adaption.