I need to go to the Whitney next time I’m in NYC. It’s near one of the condos I plan on buying when I win the lottery and then shop for art at the museum haha (520 W 28th St.). I don’t know though, I might have to think about that one due to its proximity to the highline and that being a 365 day per year tourist attraction. 🤔 I’ll save that pondering for another day though. Speaking of the Chelsea Market though, we had a quick bite at Very Fresh Noodles (which was very highly rated) and it was the most oily crap on the planet 1/10 would not eat again.
1:35 – The start of where the bullet splitting the playing card stuff is
6:45 – Ugh the sponsorship shill oh no baby what is you doing. He shouts out a internet mattress company. Come on dude you’re rich, I doubt you’re sleeping on a mattress like that. It’s about as believable as when celebrities are like “I use Pert Plus 92-in-1 shampoo, and I also brush my teeth with it.”. Holy he really goes all in on the mattress promotion.
Fail for not using the Juve song:
Thoughts? Don’t hate on my NYC condo residence goals… The lottery I plan on winning is hundreds of millions of dollars so I’ll buy condos all over the US and world. Maybe even an ENDO flop house that I let you guys stay at.
This guy. Such a dumpster fire of information:
He’s at some battleworn looking range in Atlanta which they apparently “sectioned off” for him (Hmmmm I don’t know….). Robert Kelly slow jams in the background as usual. Aspect ratio messed up as usual.
Ok apparently head shots are the new center of mass for self defense? So this headbussa drill is ALL ROUNDS GO IN THE HEAD.
2:29 – “So I missed 5 shots”. Uh yea, exactly because you were shooting at the smallest part of the target you idiot. At least he acknowledges it’s not a good thing in real life.
Thoughts? All in all the video is just exactly what you’d expect.
I need the gy6 diet and workout plan:
Who am I kidding, I’d probably take one look at the workout plan and break into a cheeto odored sweat. G6 Andrew knows about working out and filmmaking enough though to get his swole on immediately before he hits record, just so you get the maximum vein pop. He probably wouldn’t deny it, but he could try and I’d just be like “nah bro, it’s ok tho I’d do it too”.
I hadn’t seen a ballistic gel shot by tracer video before this one. I’m surprised, because it’s pretty cool. The best is when the round stops and just hovers in the gel shooting smoke and fire out like a cute lil rocket. 😆
You guys are going to lose your minds over this:
😭😂😂😂 thoughts? I really hope tourniquets become a mainstream fashion statement, because (now here’s a spicy take… wait for it….) they already are a fashion statement for like 99% of the gun/tactical scene.
Gat tip: Richard
Moms doing 2nd Amendment mom stuff:
Sure why not. Beats watching DaNYo DeFeNSe’s weakass ads about nothing. No one is really putting out any worthwhile products or promoting anything interesting nowadays it seems. Is the industry in a slump? Are people even buying new AR-15s anymore? There has to be like 10 AR-15s for every gun owner in the US by now. I’m sure the AR-15 accessory market must be the hottest segment, if it’s even all that hot. Maybe the suppressor market is doing alright? Even that seems to be the same old shit with a different logo or assembly style with a slight db reduction difference.
The video reminded me of this:
Larry Vuttion looking S V E L T E :
I’m patiently waiting on a sequel to the legendary “Why I’m Fat” video called “Why I dropped 80lbs, look 25 years younger, and stole your girl”.
As far as the Colt Canada IUR, looks alright I guess. *Shrug* it’s an AR-15, and it works… I didn’t fall off my chair or anything when I saw him fire it.
3:18 – You gotta stick around for the Submariner shaking. Someone needs do start a “Rolexes In Slow Motion” channel… I’d subscribe.
Do you think LAV still uses that Crisco lubricant, or is it one of those “fool me once, shame on you” type situations? Who needs a shitty sponsor like that though, when you can promote your own incredible books which basically sell themselves? Amirite fellas?
Showing us all how observant and tactically proficient his mind is. This is such pure gold, I literally can’t even:
Ok I’m pissed off IMMEDIATELY because he’s tarnishing the good memory of 2Pac by using the Hail Mary instrumental. Also… “clearing this structure” “never been on this particular site before” dude you went to a construction site after the workers left and played around in the dark, don’t try to make it out to be something superior, like this is some sort of custom built VODA shoot house training facility.
4:03 – In the span of the next twenty seconds he talks about “slicing the pie”, “gathering data”, and “busting another 45 (degree turn)”.
I hate to break it to you buddy, but walking around with a flashlight completely removes the element of surprise. He’s acting like these fictitious characters he’s going to engage in are going to be sitting around like in video games, unaware of whats going on when they see a window or a wall light up.
6:00 – Talks about how the portapottys give him cover, and he can fire at guys on the rooftops if need be.
13:53 – “I didn’t break the plane. It may look like that on camera but I didn’t break the plane.” Ok…. 👍 I’m surprised he didn’t get up on a lift after that to “get a better vantage point to get kills”, and proceed to drive it around the warehouse. 😂
“Watching the glass looking for shadows”. He keeps saying that. Sounds like the name of indie rock album he has in the works.
Such solid entertainment. This guy is more awesome than I initially thought. He’s definitely the the top 5 people in the industry I’d like to someday meet.
Thoughts? You learning a lot from VODA or what? haha oh and I love how he TM’s the phrase “Civilian Operator” in the title. This guy is living a Counterstrike / Call Of Duty fantasy life, and it’s incredibly amazing. Do you king… Do you.
TrAiN LiKe YoU FiGhT:
I’m not saying Todd is not making sense… he might be (I haven’t crunched the numbers yet… you know.. carried all the ones and avoided dividing by zero), I just gotta snicker a bit when people seemingly pay show up to these things and it turns into a college lecture on neuroscience. In my head I’d just be thinking *bruh… when are you going to quit talking so I can start talking shit at the fake assailant I’m matched with, and Mozambique him with the SIRT?* If you’re not Mozambiquing in EVERY scenario with the SIRT are you even training?
90% SIRT Training / 10% Live Fire he says.
oh no Plinkster baby what is you doin?
Gun Jesus Ian doing the Lord’s work:
Ian is so knowledgable about firearms, it’s insane. I wish he would mix it up more often with funny videos on the chan like this one.
This guy is running for Georgia state governor:
What are the chances Brian has at least one gun with a bible inscription on it, a punisher skull, or MoLoN LaBe?
I didn’t scroll the YouTube comments, but I wouldn’t be surprised if piehitters (who don’t even live in Georgia) were like “Brain, I’m GoNa VoTe 4 You. IMpoRTnt Queshtun Tho diD u ShOoT yUr YETI cOoLerz Yet?”
The “I have guns, so treat my daughter well” joke is so played out. I don’t know when it was first uttered, but I’m sure it was shortly after the invention of black powder. I think it’s safe to say the joke has run its course.
Rich Graham at it again. Beard, bullets, and two of his buddies:
This “drill” looks about as useful as it is interesting. Nothing much really happens in the video, but since the internet exists and is used by many as a place to stroke their ego we see Rich Graham convinced two of his buddies to stand ahead of where he’s shooting so he shoots past them at the “threat”. Some of us gasp at how unnecessary having two live human being stand in front of the line of fire for something like this is… others will comment or say to themselves “Hell yea brother”, because somehow this slight risk speaks to them… Rich Graham doesn’t conform This is all done in a very slow and controlled manner thankfully, but that also makes it less interesting.
I miss Tactical Jostle Rich Graham.
This movie looks typical:
Gat tip: Southern Son
While working a series of burglaries in the most southern portion of our county, I heard dispatch state over the radio that the special investigations unit (SIU) was in pursuit of suspects who had fled during a drug raid. Although I was some distance away, there was a possibility the suspects would flee in my direction, so I kept my ears open. A short time later, dispatch advised that SIU was still in pursuit and heading my way. I responded to let them know my location and that I had stop-sticks. As the information unfolded over the radio and I listened intently, my excitement increased when the suspects chose an escape route with only one possible avenue: right past my location. I repositioned my marked patrol car to a more hidden location and stood near the roadside and waited.
I watched other traffic pass my location and soon heard the loud siren of the pursuing patrol car and the roar of the suspect’s engine as they neared. I saw a dark van careening around the corner with the marked patrol car right on its tail. I waited for the vehicle to get close, then threw the stop-sticks just before they passed. The sticks hit their mark, and not only the front tires, but the back as well. Excited, I ran to my patrol car, got in and advised dispatch that I hit the suspect’s vehicle. I activated my lights and siren and headed south. As the road wound to the right I saw the pursuing patrol car parked behind the suspect’s van, which was tilted rigidly to the right and on the side of the road. That is when I observed several individuals dressed in black with the letters DEA on their backs. “OMG!!” I had stop-sticked the DEA van.
Dispatch had communicated the description of the suspect’s vehicle on the SIU channel, but not my main channel. I stopped my patrol car about 100 feet way and turned off my lights and siren. To say they were upset would, again, be an understatement. They all were yelling something and with arms flailing wildly while motioning for me to come closer. I shook my head left and right to say no way! At that moment my sergeant’s voice came through over the radio and asked, “Well, did you get ’em?” Oh, I got them. My only reply was, “Sarge, I think you need to get down here right away.”
Several years later, as a task force officer assigned to the DEA, the driver of the van that day was assigned as my training officer. He trusted me with his life, but not the stop-sticks. ASJ