The Gun thread

I have no idea how he did, but he sure deserves praise for trying! :lol:

I didn't notice he had spare cylinders to start with and was amazed how quickly he was reloading :lol:
They're not spare cylinders but rather speedloaders:


They make it easy to line up the new rounds with the cylinder and simply stop the rounds in together instead of one by one.
No wonder I heard people calling full autos "the giggle switch". Must be awesome, even if useless.

This is one of the more idiotic knockoff developments of the original Pager Pal (later Cell Pal) holster. Unintentionally amusing video to explain the real system:

They're kind of slow, but they're surprisingly good at concealing even very large handguns - with some caveats. They do not, however, propel your firearm onto the floor. :p

Unrelated but cool:

Wasn't someone looking for one of these? This is a one day only sale on an interesting AR upper.


PSA AR15 18" Rifle Length .223 Wylde 1:7 Stainless 15" Keymod Upper - No BCG or Charging Handle
Barrel Length: 18"
Gas System: Rifle-length
Barrel Profile: A2 Style
Barrel Steel: 416R
Barrel Finish: Stainless Steel
Chrome Lining: None
Muzzle Thread: 1/2-28
Chamber: 223 Wylde
Twist Rate: 1:7
Barrel Extension: M4
Diameter at Gas Block: .750
Gas Block Type: Low profile
Muzzle Device: A2 Flash Hider
Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6
Receiver Type: M4
Hand guard Type: PSA 15" Keymod Lightweight Rail
Bolt Carrier Group Included: No
Bolt Steel: N/A
Bolt Carrier Profile: N/A
Charging Handle included: No
Overall Length: 26.5"
Weight as configured: 3.70 lbs

Barrel: 416 Stainless steel. Chambered in 223 Wylde, with a 1:7 twist, M4 barrel extension, and a rifle-length gas system. Barrel is is finished off with a PSA 15" Lightweight Keymod free float rail, .750 gas block, and A2 flash hider.

Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is made to MIL-SPECS and hard coat anodized black for durability. Featuring machined T marks, and a mil-spec finish. These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by a mil-spec manufacturer.
Jamie's really slow at reloads and needs quite a bit more practice with pistol handling. :p Adam's a bit better.

"Clips," ugh....

Practice, practice, practice...
Yeah, they're "adequate".
That other guy, on the other hand...:blink:
No, Jamie isn't adequate - he's fumbling with the pistol a lot and that's not really safe for anyone. It'd be one thing if it was a European mag release or he was following traditional European reload techniques (holding the mag instead of letting it drop) but it's not and he isn't.

Tomasie is ridiculously fast and ridiculously good. There's the classic video of him with his race gun reloading even *faster* without even trying. Watch the slow-mo, the magazine is barely one length out of the mag well and he's already gotten the new mag off his belt, up to the pistol and sliding it home.

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No fair - he's using a race gun :p In the first video, however, he is fast but would've been even faster with a gun that didn't require him to release the slide with his support thumb.

Since we're on the subject of fast reloads, I can't help buy repost Jerry Miculek's record. The man cannot possibly be human.