Entries in dangerous (13)
Well, the whole gun blogosphere went viral over a video of a guy losing his leg. He was filming his buddy shooting a riding lawn mower packed with tannerite and they were far too close. Check out the vid:
I know everyone is quick to judge and call these guys names, but I really bad for the guy. They made a dangerous mistake that he will live with for the rest of his life. Yes, Tannerite can be a lot of fun, but please be careful when you use it.
Ah flare guns... Cheaper than dirt has been trying to pawn these military relics off for years at low prices. I've never fired a flare gun, and with California suffering a dry spell, it isn't really advised to shoot one out in the dry BLM land. That being said, flares are still kinda cool, and can be used in case of emergencies when your cell phone doesn't work or if you want take out a zombie at close range. Check out this daredevil who fires a flare into his parachute.
I feel like this would have been a great scene in a Bond movie but something doesn't quite seem to translate on the GoPro camera it was filmed on. What do you guys think?
Russia! They just don't seem to disappoint in the crazy or extreme internet videos. These two comrades have an old soviet bullet proof helmet and deicided to test it out with live ammo.
Damn... That was stupid and dangerous...
Shooting guns into the sky as means of celebration has pretty much all but disappeared from the states. We celebrate in other ways now: blowing bubbles, using sparklers, and those pull string poppers that shoot confetti. In certain parts of the world, without access to paved roads and sparklers, AK47's with tracers are the only way to congratulate a newlywed couple at their wedding celebration. I've found two great examples of this via youtube, starting with a dude who shoots a heart into the sky:
Wow, despite the fact that those bullets will rain down from the sky, that was actually kind of impressive. You know what is really impressive? A whole bunch of guys shooting their AK's into the air with tracers. This one vid has more action than the entire movie Jarhead, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. Be warned, this vid is loud...
Just a friendly reminder, please don't aim your weapon into the air and start firing. Those bullets eventually do come back to earth...