During prolonged use, cans get hot, really hot. Using that logic, Dustin Ellermann cooked bacon on a GEMTECH TREK 5.56mm suppressor, heated by firing around 90 rounds using a pre-ban M16 lower.
The classic satirical disaster comedy film ‘Airplane!’ turned 35 years old today. Abrahams and the Zucker Brothers sure knew how to write a winner.
Bolt Airsoft has taken the popular KAC SR47 design and made it into an airsoft rifle. The build materials are aluminum, ABS, nylon, glass fiber, and steel, weighing in at roughly 8 lbs, for a solid, realistic feel. It comes with a 600 round mag, however it can also use any standard electric airsoft AK magazine. It also has a realistic blowback and recoil system. To be fair, this isn’t the newest gun on the market (it’s been available for awhile now), but it’s also one of the best looking SR47 airsoft guns around.
Due to popular request, SKD’s Gonoherpasyphilaids patch design has been applied to a t-shirt. Available with either POS or NEG markings, to allow others to properly identify your afflictions, or lack thereof.
As all true Operators know, The Beard is key to a successful mission, and like all equipment it needs maintaining to ensure proper function. Thankfully, Survival Tactical Services has you covered with their Beard Manager. The STS Stainless Steel Beard Manager is a heavy-duty comb laser cut from stainless steel. Measuring 5″ x 1.25″, the Beard Manager is roughly the size of a standard plastic comb for that familiar feel. Plus, like all top-tier equipment, it features a bottle opener.
Mountain Men, Lumberjacks, and Ironic Hipsters may also find use in the STS Stainless Steel Beard Manager.
Sideshow Toys is offering a 1/6 scale figure of the Hulkbuster armor from the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, sculpted by Hot Toys. Approximately 21 inches tall, the Hulkbuster features over 30 points of articulation, over 16 LED light up areas, 1 pair of removable forearm armor, 1 pair of hands with articulated fingers and light-up repulsors, and the chest can be opend to reveal a bust of the Mark XLIII arm with LED light-up eyes and arc reactor on chest.
Remember, letting your attackers make the first move is a rookie mistake.
I debated with myself on whether I should even share this. Ultimately, I determined it’s too damn funny not to share it.
PinsForAnything.com has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a skull-and-crossbones cufflinks and tie-tack set. The set will be crafted from nickel, and will feature a skull-and-crossbones design on a black background outlined in red.
Spectre Miniatures has launched a project on Kickstarter to produce a 1/50 scale milita technical. This model will come available with a range of weapons and accessories to make each individual unique to the user’s requirements; it comes standard with a DShk.
Looks like the RAF is so broke they can’t even afford uniforms.
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This is a scaled M1919A4 beltfed machine gun in .22 from Lakeside Guns. It relies on reusable disintegrating links.
The Christmas Day episode of BBC 2′s James May’s Toy Stories featured Action Man. For those of you unfamiliar with Action Man, he was the British version of GI Joe. Here is the trailer.
To watch the whole episode, visit Daily Motion.
Film making duo, the McHenry Brothers, spends $6 Million assembling a cast of vintage GI Joe and Action Man figures in order to create a 1/6 scale, stop action World War Two comedy entitled, “Jackboots on Whitehall”.
Read the whole sordid tale at patchesofpride.wordpress.com.
The Norseman Cometh. The first offering in the Agents of the Collapse Series. Sculpted by Mikkel Frandsen. Available as 1:9 and 1:35 scale figures with bases. Cast in Flesh and Grey resin.
To see forward in some situations you must look to the past. Or at least that was the words of a man known a Hrafn. At the twilight of the 21st century the world was in utter chaos. Between devastating natural disasters in the United States, Africa being over run with disease and famine, and the nuclear holocaust in Russia after the fall of the second Soviet empire. Europe stands alone crumbling with what resources and technology they have left. However one island nation formerly known as the United Kingdom still has resources and a sense of society. In relative isolation the inhabitants of this once proud nation struggle to rebuild and preserve the culture of modern man. Myths of the Norsemen of 723 were nothing but a some historical tale told to children. Until one day when ships appeared on the horizon of the Thames Estuary. Not the ships of modern man, but some wooden vessels of the past with the heads of dragons. This incident stuck fear into the heart of the surviving nation. Looting and pillaging began to occur up and down the english coast. This incident became known the second coming of the Norseman. This scourge will continue on as resources continue to dwindle in this once so called modern world.
The preorder will be in three stages for the 1/9th scale offering with the price going up every few months to the retail price. Initially if you get in on this it will be 99.00 USD with free shipping in the USA, It will go to 125.00USD at the 1st of March and 150.00usd in May. With a projected shipping date of July 2015
The 1/35 preorder will be 20.00USD till May with 25.00 after that. The finial retail will be 35.00 usd. Shipping will be Free in the USA
Featuring the use of Helikon-Tex CPUs in PenCott-BadLands camouflage pattern, Halo: Nightfall will become a feature-length film scheduled to release on March 17 this year for DVD, Blue-ray and on digital channels including iTunes.
See the new trailer here…
Now, on Kickstarter is Draggin Bags, the creation of SSD reader Garrett Lommatsch.
These bags are completely made in the USA, and are built out of 3″ military spec webbing instead of fabric. This makes them significantly tougher and more durable than any other bag on the market, perfect for hard use applications. As an EMT, Garrett wanted a better bag for my personal first aid kits, with a dash of engineering they became tougher than any adventure.