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Robocop Trailer

Guys, I've got some breaking news... Hollywood is taking old movies and revamping them for modern times; can you believe it!?!  Lol, all the highest grossing films this year were all sequels and remakes.  Although this kind of saddens me, there may be couple of mediocre films that get remade into something decent.  The trailer for Robocop just dropped, and it actually looks pretty good.  Check out the trailer below:

Do you think Robocop revamp will be worth watching?


The Couch Bunker

When you've finally made enough money to build your own rich white guy trophy room full of exotic stuffed animals and rifles, you also need to get the appropriate accessories.  I'm not just talking about a mini fridge filled with Perrier and soft cheese, I'm referring to the Couch Bunker.

The Couch Bunker on the outside looks like something you'd see in a rich white family's living room.  It is a big leather couch that holds a pretty unique secret.  Underneath the ass cushions is a fire rated gun safe that can hold several long guns. The safe is about half the size of a queen sized bed and is secured via two locks.

How could this couch possibly get any better?  Well the cushion are "bullet resistant" and come with carry straps so you can use it like a shield when the bad guys interrupt your marathon of Battlestar Galactica.  Check out the video below where they shoot at the seat cushions. 

Yea shooting couch cushions that stop bullets really makes for a boring vid.  Anyway, this couch starts at $6780 and they have a few models with have different color options available.  There is also an Ottoman that acts as a smaller safe that matches the couch.  The couch bunker weighs about 900 lbs (including the 600 safe), which should make for lots of fun when it is time to move.  You can learn more at


Zombie Fighting Weapons: Zombie Hammer

I feel like we've jumped the zombie shark over a year ago, but I still see zombie products popping up all over the interwebz.  Let's get one thing clear, if people do turn into some sort of undead creature, I'm not going to be reaching for a bladed weapon.  I suppose one day ammo will run short and I may need some type of blunt or sharp object to kill the walkers.  While there is nothing wrong with the proven machete or tomahawk, one company is looking to add another expensive option.

Zombie Hammers has taken a similar design to the WWI trench knife and added some pretty wicked knuckle dusters.  Why?  Well, you might need to take a couple of quick jabs to push those zombie back before you go for a head shot. All of these blades look to be quality made and I'd probably expect them to come with a nice edge. 

There area several models that range from possibly practical to a completely useless.  If I had to guess, I'm thinking these blades are heavy, and probably not an ideal companion for that weekend backpacking trip.  Despite the fact that these things are damn near small swords, you might be able to use them to cut back some foliage when trail blazing, but other than that they are show pieces.  The Original Zombie Hammer (pictured above) is $80 and the H.A.K. (huge ass knife) pictured at the top of this post is $140.  One my favorites is the Brainsaw which looks a lot like a chainsaw, and is pictured below.  There is no practical application I can think for this blade, and it also looks like something you could easily injure yourself (or someone else) with a hefty back swing.

I know there is a certain kind of dude who is into this stuff, but seriously what do you do with these kinds of blades?  Do you keep it mounted to close to the door of your double wide trailer so when the zombies do come you'll be ready?  If you want to learn more visit for all the details.

Btw, no joke, I'm not sure these are CA legal... Brass knuckles are a "no-no" in CA and WWI trench knives are not allowed in this state. 


10/22 Thompson Mod

It is hard not to love a 10/22... For a couple hundred bucks you've got a great rifle that can shoot golf balls, small critters, and possibly take down a zombie with a placed shot.  There have been quite a few mods for the 10/22 system ranging from functional things like a heavy barrel or a complete physical makeover where the guts are dropped into a new body.  One of the newest mods I've seen is for a Thompson style body.  This mod actually looks really sharp and comes in a few different models including the Chicago style (not deep dish, but looks like something Al Capone would use), Squad Leader (WWII style, what Tom Hanks carried in Saving Private Ryan), and a pistol version which is meant for the Ruger Charger (the pistol version of the 10/22).

These kits are made well using billet aluminum, steel, and walnut stocks and hand guards.  Like most 10/22 mods, you don't need to be a gun smith install the kit although you will need a few basic tools.  Unfortunately these kits are pretty pricey at $320 for the Chicago version, $300 for the Squad Leader, and $250 for the pistol version.  They do sell a dummy drum mag, which is basically a giant prop where a standard 10 round ruger mag can be attached.  This is not only disappointing that it isn't actually a high cap, but it will set you back about $55.  The stick mag is also a prop that attaches to a 10 round mag and is only $20.

Check out the 1022Fungun page for all the details.


Happy Labor Day

I hope you all have a fun and safe Labor Day.