But I don’t get what this society wants*.
Let’s pause for a moment to consider this item: The Grip Shot, which allows you to mount a handgun on the accessory rail of your rifle.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Why in the name of Colonel John Dean Cooper do I need this gadget? It is a solution to a non-existent problem. It is the very personification of an Alton Brown Unitasker, a tool that does only one thing, and usually not very well. To borrow from Alton, the ONLY reason I can ever see buying one of these is to give it as a gift to a gun owner I don’t like all that much.
What’s next? Tactical Cue Cats?
Skills > Equipment. Always.
*Yep, another music reference, this time from The Jam.
Andrew Tuohy, aka The James May Of Gunblogging, has been slapped with a nuisance lawsuit over showing that Fireclean and Crisco are kissing cousins at best and at worst, they have a family tree which doesn’t fork.
He’s set up a GoFundMe page to help with his legal fees. Chip in a few bucks, because free speech occasionally needs to pay some dues.
Capitalizing on the success of their green laser line, Crimson Trace announced their new, innovative line of LightsaberGuard pistol bayonets today. Speaking from Crimson Trace headquarters at Coruscant, Oregon, LightsaberGuard product manager Obi-Faw Kenobi said the new product would be available only for CZ pistols at this moment.
“The force is strong with CZ,” said Kenobi. “They do, they don’t try, and we reached out with our feelings to them to create a new hope for owners of CZ’s on this planet and other planets in a galaxy far, far, away.”
While not announced at the press conference, a slightly different version of the LightsaberGuard with a red laser and lights coming out the sides of the unit was spotted recently on a range in Virginia, being wielded by a mysterious figure known only as Darth Grazio, but a release date for this product has not been announced.
Do I write it? Oh heck yes. Everyone does, and anyone who says different is fooling themselves.