This Week in Videos: Flashmob Riots, Tuskegee Airmen, and Shotgun Fail

You ever have one of those Saturday mornings where you can’t find your pants and everything smells like cordite and for some reason there is now a bulls-eye painted on your front lawn, actually, it sorta goes out into the street?  Yeah, us neither…

The big story this week, of course, is the murder of 76 people by home-grown Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik.  His successful killing spree has only raised questions, like why did the police take 90 minutes to respond and what will Norway change?  But it wasn’t all the international stuff, for instance, some Australians want to reintroduce shooting sports at schools.

You know, as awesome as these videos are, the jealousy factor is rising to a critical point. There’s gotta be something for FPSRussia to change to keep it entertaining without rubbing our noses in it.

Naturally Ron Paul is attempting to remove laws that embiggen gov’t, and his latest proposal to end the firearms ban around schools is going to turn heads.  Protesters in Florida went fishing en masse; the only way to open-carry on America’s Wang.  Oh, and Corbon/Glaser are cutting prices by 20% across the board.  The king is dead, long live the king, baby.

And then there were cool things, like this crazy, tunable, stackable 28-port compensator, the EFFIN-A.  Which would look great on Mossberg’s new MMR; it’s their first AR-pattern rifle.

It’s not really funny when dudes do this to chicks.  But it’s retardedly funny when dudes do this to other dudes.  “Just hold it loosly, you don’t want your hands to get caught on anything when it recoils…”

And we also got to play with guns.  We played with a Mossberg 702 Plinkster, a pretty nice .22, and big little Heckler & Koch .45 Compact, sweet.

The best part is that this isn’t a fourth Indiana Jones movie.  Gosh, could you imagine that, a fourth Indy?  Probably never gonna happen.  It. Will.  Not.  Happen.

So that’s it for us!  Have a nice weekend, and please, shoot something.

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