This video combines two of my favorite entertainment forces, Batman and Dethklok, into a fusion of metal and vigilantism. Fair warning, it’s a bit weird.
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I was ‘out and about’ last night, and I happened to spot these ‘Limited Edition Kryptek Military Heroes Pack’ boxes of Mountain Dew. Reportedly, only the boxes get the camo, not the cans. You can pick these up anywhere they sell Mountain Dew.
Since I feel obligated to post any gun shaped projectile devices I can possibly find, I figured the Cash Cannon fulfills said obligation. Made from ABS plastic, the Cash Cannon can be loaded with US Dollar bills or any item similar in size and structure, and with a pull of a trigger shoots them out rapidly. If anything else, it’s a novel way to “make it rain”.
It’s not about keeping it cold, it’s about keeping it cool.
- Bob Bullion
Manta, the company behind the weapon covers utilized by the US Marine Corps for the M27 IAR, will soon be releasing a beer cozy made from their proprietary polymer in a similar style to their suppressor cover. They’ll come in a variety of colors, including glow-in-the-dark and ‘temperature-based color change’ variants. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available.
Gost Barefoot is a German company that makes what can be described as chainmail minimalist shoes. The PaleoBarefoot series is made from stainless steel chainmail. The shoes are built for strolling, light hiking, and walking on natural surfaces and in water. For more ‘urban’ environments, they also sell “Multi-Paws”, attachable soft sole spots based on animal paws that provide grip on smooth and paved surfaces.
The Laser-Guided Tactical Necktie now ranks among various April Fool’s Day jokes that progressed to an actual product available for purchase due to popular demand. Made from durable nylon, this tactical necktie features a Class II laser pointer, PALS webbing, and a removable storage pouch. It makes the perfect accessory for any Tactical Tuxedo.
The mag flip is what all true operators strive for.
This footage is (thankfully) all that remains of ‘Snake Plissken’s Escape’, a video game that was to be published by Namco and released back in 2005. Developed by the remaining ‘Dead to Rights 2′ staff, the game would have featured a storyline approved by Carpenter, Russell, and Hill and a full body scan of Russell for the titular character. The developer’s influence is obvious when compared to their previous work, ‘Dead to Rights 2′: acrobatic gunplay with dual wielding and slow motion, which frankly seems a bit beyond Snake’s demonstrated capabilities.
Made from durable nylon, this tactical necktie features a Class II laser pointer, PALS webbing, and a removable storage pouch.
IFIXIT’s Action Hero Toolkit comes with everything you’d need to MacGyver yourself out of any situation:
- Bobby pin
- Strike-anywhere match
- Rubber band
- Birthday candle
- Paper clip
- 1c Stamp
- Duct tape
The whole kit comes in a pocket-sized toolbox. Sadly, it doesn’t come with a mullet.
Admittedly, this isn’t my first time covering OWCC’s Bullet Chess offerings, although they’ve greatly expanded their product line since I last wrote about them. New offerings include mini chess sets, shotshell checkers, and even .50 caliber backgammon. My personal favorite has to be the NATO vs SOVIET (Warsaw Pact) set above, which features demilled cartridges largely utilized by the two military alliances as the pieces.
Deep within the bowels of Red Storm Entertainment, a new system for delivering fresh, new coffee was recently installed. For the sake of educating their employee populace, this educational tutorial video was created, and Red Storm was kind enough to share it with the rest of the world.
It’s never a bad time to bring up the legendary exploits of the #1 mall ninja Gecko45. You can read up the entirety of his archived ramblings on Lonelymachines.org.
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.
Cerakote once again secured the urinal ads at SHOT Show, foregoing the (potentially messy) targets, for something a bit more generic.
It’s a… more modern adaption.
Forgive me for now knowing the property this comes from, but it’s too unique not to write about. This action figure comes with the following accessories:
1x Camouflage clothing
1x Gas mask
1x SPC Vest
1x MOLLE Pouch
1x Dump Pouch
1x Anti noise earphone
1x Rifle sling
1x AK gun
4x Chocolate stick
At the time of writing, only one remains in stock
So, remember the 12-Course Meal in a Can that was featured on the site awhile ago? Well, UK-based video game retailer GAME is currently offering its own iteration, the Christmas Tinner, only with 9 layers. It’s currently being tested at the company’s Basingstoke store, and with any luck it will never be introduced past that location, much less the UK’s borders.
Seems like a fun way to spend an evening.
It’s a porcelain mug and it’s shaped like a grenade. It’s microwave safe, provided the pin is removed first.
Available in white and black.
This and other images of NK camouflage popped up on 2ch, Japan’s largest image board. This particular pattern is a “duck hunter” camo based on a Chinese pattern. Not all of their uniforms are this revealing, however. They also field a uniform with a pattern very similar to US Woodland BDUs for their special forces troops, and a few other odds and ends.
The .375 Caliber Bullet Space Pen uses a .375 H&H Magnum shell as a cap combined with a Fisher space pen. The pen is designed to fit into the case, writing side out, for a “…balanced and sturdy writing instrument.”
For those unfamiliar with the concept of a space pen, it utilizes thixotropic ink and a pressurized chamber that allows the pen to be used upside down, underwater, on oil and grease, and in temperature ranges from -30F/-35C to 250F/121C.