Shooting Targets From THE FUTURE?! – TGC News!


This week on TGC News, background checks are
up, savage bolts down the Valkyrie, and targets from the future! Welcome back to another episode of TGC News,
the only gun news show that covers things you actually care about, my name is Jon Patton. Shoutout to those of you that leave a comment
every week and keep the conversation going. I appreciate you more than you know. Now, the news, our first story this week is
about a product that doesn’t quite exist yet. I’m covering it because I want to show you
guys where things COULD be heading in the industry in terms of targets. We don’t often think of targets as a place
where innovation can happen, however, the first ever TGC #notareview was on a really
neat system that now falls under the action target name. The one we’re covering today is in that same
direction. The company is called Cyrus Targets and to
be honest, their product is complex but very interesting. Its comprised of several parts. There is a target stand that has a roll of
paper stretch between the top and bottom, as well as a rechargeable battery and motor
to move the paper. It also has a sort of sun shade around it
for the next component which is simply being called the main unit. This thing is like a freakin power ranger
it has so much crap in it. There is a computer, a forward facing projector
that projects a moving interactive image onto the target, a backwards facing camera that
is intended to detect the shooters movement, a microphone and speaker and of course the
computer to control it all. The basic concept here is that using a mobile
app, you can set up your training session and the main unit projects an image onto the
target screen that is moving and interactive. They claim it can detect hits and auto advance
the target to keep it fresh. For lack of a better way to explain it, this
is one of those simulators that you see in a gun shop, compressed down for use on the
range. To me, even though this is complex in its
set up, it is a really cool concept. HOWEVER, I do see some challenges. First, they are going to attempt to crowdfund
this thing which to me, is not the best solution. Unknown companies with zero history asking
for huge sums of money are just a giant banner telling you not to get involved. Beyond that, the pricing is flat out absurd. I’m not saying the product isn’t valuable,
but the early bird special is 4,500 dollars. I asked the developer of the targets Matej
Kurbel who the target audience was when he told me about this system. He told me that they are getting interest
from military and law enforcement, but they think some civilians will jump in on this
too. He also said that he understands its not cheap
but often times with early adoption of new tech, you pay a higher price. While I agree with that, I just don’t think
there are many folks in the gun community willing to be an early adopter. Perhaps this is the next best thing for shoot
houses and big training facilities but for the average shooter, this is NOT the next
step in my opinion. What do you guys think of systems like this? Is it too much for the average guy? Price
aside, is it something that you would want to shoot over something like a steel target? Sound off in the comments and let’s talk about
it. Next up this week, savage has released a new
version of the 110 called the prairie hunter. This one is special for one reason only and
im going to make you wait to hear it. The basics are that it is a bolt action rifle
with a 22 inch barrel topped with a threaded muzzle. It comes with the standard accoutrements from
savage like the accutrigger, and accutfit stock that has some adjustability and nice
texture built in. It has a detachable box mag that holds 4 rounds
for a total of 5 in the gun and the price tag is 759 MSRP. The thing that really matters? Its chambered in 224 valkyrie. Now, those of you that watch TGC all the time
know that the Valkyrie has not performed well at all for us so I’m very interested to see
if this rifle has the ability to wrangle that cartridge and actually consistently print
small groups. I doubt it, but hey it’s still a neat rifle
overall. Also in the news this week, a few quick bits. TandemKross, a company best known for rimfire
pistol accessories has dropped a few new trinkets for the Ruger PC Carbine. Included in the parts are a new flat face
trigger with nice texturing across the front, a muzzle brake, and an extended mag release. We’ve been sort of tracking along with chassis
and things like that for the ruger pc carbine and I think it’s really cool to see more companies
jumping into this market. Mossberg is now offering a two tone version
of the MC1SC with a silver slide and black frame. The MSRP is $421 BUT i’ve already seen this
gun for sale for much less. You know I really thought we would see this
thing making more waves this year but the chatter seems to have died down. Maybe we should get a hold of one for a review
and see how good it is. And more good news from the FBI. The July background check numbers are in and
they are positive. Summertime is ALWAYS a slow period for the
gun industry but it seems we got a little bump in July. The total number of background checks were
2,030,661 which is an increase of over 195 thousand from 2018. I have a feeling that August numbers might
be up with the threat of gun control in everyone’s minds these days but either way, more guns
is always a good thing because an armed society is a polite society. This time our questions are coming from the
TGC nation facebook group which just hit 5,000 members! My gut reaction to this question is training. Learning how to manipulate your firearms efficiently
and correctly is a big deal, a close second is ammo. That’s pretty simple, figure out what they
like to do when it comes to shooting, and let them shoot an AR that does just that. The selections are endless. Another easy one, that’s HiPoint. I remember when I first got into guns, people
were crapping on that brand non stop. At a certain point I got fed up with it and
reached out to hi point for guns to test and I fell in love with the “we know it’s cheap
but it works” feel of the gun. It seems like the community has sort of come
around on them lately especially with the yeet cannon thing but I’m a hipster and I
was on that train years back haha. Far and away the Ruger 44 carbine. It’s basically a 10/22 chambered in 44 mag. Also there was somebody that asked me what
my favorite range bag was? And I couldn’t find the question to show you
guys, but right now my favorite, I just got a hold of these, and I’m digging them a lot,
are the Vertx bags. We do have a code over there if you want to
use it it’s: “TGC” at Vertx.com. Get you 25% OFF! Because those range bags are legit some of
my favorite ever! And if you
want to ask a friendly fire question, send it to me over on theguncollective.com! That is it for this week’s show. Guys if you disliked this video, hit that
button, if you liked it, hit like, get subscribed and consider supporting us via the links in
the video description below. Be sure to check out our second youtube channel
called TGC surplus. And as always, thank you all
for watching, we’ll see you soon.

Sci-Fi Short Film “Good Business” presented by DUST


Well as you can see the high explosive rounds
are tremendously effective against soft shelled targets
as well as armor What you fellas think? WHAT DO YOU FELLAS THINK What’s it gonna be fellas? WE WILL TAKE EVERYTHING So, that’s 25 automatic rifles 1,000 rounds ammunition 10 GP-25s with 30 rounds each AND THE C-4 and the C-4 All right boys Start unloading Let’s go Captain, are you sure about all this? Sure about what? Handing over all these guns to the Skwoids Yep, they give me the creeps too But it’s company policy and good business at that Yeah? Yeah This way not only do we get a
prime piece of real estate But, we set it up so the current residents kill each other off At no extra cost What are you little fuckers up to? I don’t know sir Seems like a hell of a way
to settle a world You don’t get it do you comrade? We are at war with these things already They just don’t know it yet

Airsoft Battle Royale | Dude Perfect


Oh yeah. What’s up guys? We’re Dude Perfect. Welcome to Airsoft
Battle Royale. Here we go! Woo! Dude Perfect. Today’s battle is simple. Each of us will be
scattered throughout the map to scavenge for weapons
and eliminate opponents by popping their balloons. Last man standing wins. Purple Hoser here. What’s up, guys? Cor here. Coby checking into the game. Cody here. What’s up, guys? Ty. Let’s see what loot we can find. Could really use some shoes. There we go. First weapon find
and a backpack. Yeah, I don’t think I
really need a backpack. I’ve got to get off the road. These rocks are killing me. Oh no. That was bad. OK? Grenade. That’s going to come in handy. And a backpack. Got a backpack. Two more backpacks. Oh! That’s an Uzi! Let’s go! Let’s go, baby. There’s my rifle. I think we’ve got a gun range. OK. Four more backpacks. So, for those of
you that don’t know, Chad and Tim set up the course. And whoever was responsible
for the North Swamp, I’m going to kill them. Nice. The game makers are too kind. All right. I got everything I need. I just got to find a
good place to camp. We sit. We hide. We don’t go out into the action. That’s how you get shot. I think we’re going to
get on the golf cart. Bumpy. Oh! Goodness gracious! We got an air drop. We got to go. Oh! Oh yeah! Oh! It’s a sniper! It’s like a podium in a box! Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! Oh, there’s a crate. Frying pan. Boat. There’s Coby. He doesn’t even see me. I going to get in this
truck and snipe him. It’s going to make
way too much noise. Let’s row. It looks like he’s
using a paddle. I, I am very confused right now. No need to rush this. I cannot miss this shot. Oh! Got to get to cover! We’ve got a runner! He’s running away! You’re going down, Purple Hoser! Oh! I got him! Did he get me? He’s– oh gosh. Dad gum it. I think he got me. I got to bail. All right. It looks like I got two
balloons down on Coby. He just took off in the woods. I did run out of
ammo on my pistol. I’m going to go
back, get my sniper. Start heading to town. Play the other side. Let’s go find some people. All right. My balloons are right here. In a safe, secure location. All I’ve got to do is
wait them out, baby. And I’m going to be sitting
here taking a siesta. There we go. Right there is Corey! Oh! Out of ammo. Did he get one of mine? He got two. What? God, I handled that so wrong. I thought I could hide
behind these barrels, but my balloons stick up. Obviously. Ah, there’s Coby. Oh, God! I’m taking fire! Uzi’s down. Yeah! I got him first! I got him first! 100% Let’s go! All right. Here’s the deal. Coby and I just shot each
other at the same time. Technically, it’s not
actually the same time. Because I shot him a
little before he shot me. A millisecond. But ultimately, it doesn’t
matter cause neither of us have balloons anymore. We’re not happy about
it, but we’re both out. Gotta get up top. Pretty sure I got
two pops on Cory. And I am in desperate
need of a new weapon. I’m going to try and search
around here and try and see if I can find some. I need a gun. Bang! Let’s go. Ah! Dang it! set fire Oh, wow. That’s a lot of bullets. Ah! Incoming fire. Oh, grenade! Grenade! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh, Yeah. I’m getting out of here. There we go that’s what I need. I think someone’s downstairs. I’ve got him. I got a balloon. I got a balloon. Gosh dang it. Come on, boy! I’m in it to win it, baby! Cody! You camper! Did I hit you? You, uh. You did not Oh, sick! A K! Not worth it. Dang it! Dang it! Line them up, baby! Ah! I got Ty! I got Ty! Wait a minute! I got popped! I’m eliminated. This gun’s amazing. That was so worth it. You got nothing, boy! Come on with it! Here. Pull it! Gosh! Plenty of down fire. Give him some warning
shots with this. Oh, gosh! He’s got a pistol. You know what? We’re taking this on the road. Oh! Taking fire! Taking fire! Got to get– for more? Are you ready for He’s got a new gun! I don’t know what he’s
shooting, but it’s fast. Oh! How did I miss? goal. Oh. Out of ammo. I got to push. I got to push. I’m charging. Got him! Woo! No! Valiant effort, my good man. Dude! That was a blast! Hey, rule number one. Don’t get tired of hiding. It’s what keeps you alive, baby. It was so fun. Oh, man. That is exhausting. That was well done. I think it’s time for a
little trophy presentation. I agree. As always, not my honor,
certainly not my pleasure, Cody Jones. Winner, winner chicken dinner! Thank you. That looks fantastic. Very nice. Twins? By the way, good to
have you guys back. Hey. Thanks, man. Can’t wait to hear that story. Oh! If you’re not already a
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How to Wear and Adjust a Concealed Carry IWB Holster


Hi I’m Thomas and today we’ll be
learning how to wear and adjust an Alien Gear Holster So today I have with me a
Glock 23 along with and outside the waistband and a brand new inside the
waistband Cloak Tuck 2.0 holster. So we have an instruction sheet we have a
sticker a parts pack of spare hardware and a holster. So putting on the inside
the waistband holster is pretty easy I’m just going to give you a couple tips
here to might make it a little easier. First you need to decide where you’re
going to wear it. You can wear three o’clock right here or most people find
this position better right over the back pocket which is uh you know about four
o’clock or thirty something like that. And if you’re a bigger guy it’s easier
to wear it over here on the point of the hip but the skinnier guys need it back
here. You need that handgun handle the grip to lay flat against your body it’s
going to be hard to do that if it’s sticking out here. Now putting this on
you’ll want to start in the front and pull it around to the back and I like to
start with my thumb inside the shell and I’ll grab the bottom of the shell with a
couple of fingers I’ll slide it in pull it around. So just undo your belt loosen
your pants pull your zipper down all the way just most the way. Go ahead and grab
your holster just like that put it in the front and then once it’s in the
front just slide it around to where you want it. Now you can just grab a clip put
it on pull it up in the back here so this back clip is high enough. Now you
can go ahead and snap your pants leave your belt undone though. So with your
pistol now keep your finger off that… off the trigger.
Go ahead holster so you’ve got it where you need it. Go ahead and buckle your
belt at this point and make sure to cinch that nice and tight. Okay, you don’t
want this flopping around. Now that holds it nice and tight against
my body and it’s perfectly in position. It’s an easy draw, and easy reholster.
These are also talked about so if you want to wear your shirt tucked in, all
you have to do is pull your shirt up here, pull it back around the gun. You
will loosen your pants, loosen your belt under your top snap. If
you undo your zipper, just a little bit. If you’re wearing slacks or something
they’re going to fall down make sure to keep a hold on it with your left hand
and then you will just tuck your shirt around the gun, behind the clips. Button
everything back up and then when you’re done you’re going to want to blouse this
shirt a little bit okay so it doesn’t print. And just make sure that everything
looks normal. Look in the mirror and you’re good to go.
So to take the holster off the first thing you need to do is pull out your
pistol and make it safe. Then there’s a little lip on the bottom of the over the
belt clip. You just pull out on that and push up get it off over the belt same
thing on the back lift then you can grab the top of the holster and simply pull
up. It will disengage and be completely free. So that’s the over the belt clip.
It’s our standard nylon clip. We also have the steel version of that goes on
and off the exact same way. Functions the same. This is our leather loop if you put
this in place of the standard loops it will go on and off a little bit
differently. So the first thing you’ll do is without putting your belt on first
take your holster. Position it. Put it over your pants, the way you normally
would, but then you’ll run your belt around and through these loops. The
reason is it’s very difficult to snap these once you’re already wearing your
belt. You can quickly unsnap it to disengage it and remove your holster.
Once you’re wearing it but putting it on you’ll need to thread your belt through
this first and it sits just like that on your belt. Now this is a C-clip similar
to an over the belt but it goes just a little bit over and under the belt. This
goes on the same way as we standard over the belt clips. You will position your
belt. You’ll already have your belt on. You’ll position a holster back here the
difference is instead of going over your belt, you will go over your pants but
behind the belt first you’ll hook the little nub on the bottom and then you’ll
bring the top over like that and it will hold the
holster. It’ll hold the weight of the gun on the top and the bottom will not be
able to lift up because it’s hooked on the bottom of the belt. Now you can
unhook this by popping it off like that. Push the bottom out first and lift away
or you can just unthread your belt. Either way it works fine and finally we
have a J clip. The J clip will go on the same as a c-clip. You’ll put the holster
in position the clip will go over the pants behind the belt and it just hooks
on the bottom and you’re done. This shows very little clip, but puts the weight of
the gun on your pants not the belt. So all you see on the J clip is that tiny
little nub. Now if you have an outside the waistband holster it’s going to go
on a little bit different. There are two loops on the back and you need to decide
where you’re going to wear this if I’m going to wear this here, I need to look
at the last belt loop that this will go pass and I need to unthread to that
point. Now I can thread the first loop on the holster then go through my pants
belt loop and then the final loop on the holster. Finalize the position and finish
threading. Pull your belt snug and there you go. To take this off you can either
unthread your entire belt or you can just once again pull out of that loop
through your pants slide it off and then rethread your belt. Our holsters are
adjustable for a can’t ride height and retention. The included hardware pack has
an allen key that’s used to make the adjustments to adjust the can’t or the
angle that the holster faces, simply raise or lower one or both clips. There’s a spacer between the clip and
the backer just move that to the desired hole and reattach the clip. Make sure
it’s good and snug now that will cause the holster to cant more upwards. To
adjust the ride height you would move both clips at the same time, up or down.
Raising the clips lowers the ride height. And this is all personal preference and
your body shape will dictate this more than anything. Just find the position
that works best for you. Now the holster will ride lower in your pants. To adjust
the retention which is the grip that the holster has on your firearm
all you have to do is tighten or loosen these screws. If you get them too tight
you’re not going to be able to pull your gun out if you get it too loose it may
fall out when you’re running. So you need to find that happy medium. If you can’t
get the adjustments that you want with the included screws, then look to your
hardware pack. There’s some extra parts t-nuts and finishing washers. There’s
also different size spacers and screws. So if you want this looser than what you
can get with the stock screws, just get a longer screw out of the pack with the
longer spacer. Or if you want it to be tighter, just find one of the smaller
spacers and the smaller screws, and replace those. Don’t forget that your
Alien Gear Holster has free shell trades for life. The shell is universal
and removable so if you ever decide to carry a different gun just send us the
old shell and we’ll send you a new one for your holster. All you have to do is
unscrew these four screws, put this shell in its place and you have a new holster. And just like that our holster is now
perfectly fitted to the new gun. Thanks for watching if you’d like more
information on how to wear and adjust the holster, please visit aliengearholsters.com and don’t forget to subscribe.

Fightlite Industries / Raider / AR Pistol / 5.56



welcome to drop it like it's Scott your home for gun range gun reviews and lots of mosquitoes this is the fight light AR Raider this thing is awesome it's chambered in 556 and it can also be chambered in 300 blackout this is your perfect truck gun this thing is wicked awesome again this is the fight light AR pistol from fight light industries in Melbourne Beach Florida this is a complete lower and a complete upper this is the smallest and lightest AR pistol that you can get on the market right now if you're looking for a truck gun this is it I think you've just found your next truck gun we're gonna fire this thing and I know what you're saying Scott there's no sights on it you're doing it a disservice but hey that's okay because I don't have any extra sites for it right now but we're gonna fire and we're gonna see how well it does and you guys can watch it we're gonna try and hit these uh shaving cream cans let's do all right we're gonna go for these shaving cream cans first see how that works and then I'll face you around so you can see this thing firing we're gonna fire it a couple shots at that they're shaving cream cans and see how well it does and you guys be the judge leave me a comment in the comment section below what do you think of this gun what do you think of it is this your next truck done it's mine I don't have a truck yet so I guess can't be my next truck gun it can be much car gun because it's small enough to fit in a car and since you're in Florida and this is classified as a pistol if you have a way to conceal carry this you can concealed carry it crazy I know let's shoot it here we go yeah there's no recoil this thing is ridiculous watch this thing watch it this thing is awesome this thing all right guys go check it out I believe you'll have to trust me on it this thing is ridiculously awesome this is the fight light industries out of Melbourne Beach Florida the AR pistol this thing is awesome it's the Raider let's shoot it some more I just happened to have a 30 round mag we're gonna go back over here we're gonna shoot it against these steel it is loud check out the fireball ready fireball this thing is ridiculous I hope you enjoyed watching that God is hot hope you enjoyed watching that thanks for watching drop it like it's Scott alright here's your word of encouragement for today it comes out of this it comes out of this it comes out of Galatians 5:13 it says you my brothers and sisters were called to be free but do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh rather serve one another humbly in love Galatians 5:13 hey thanks for watching drop a like it's Scott enjoy your day enjoy the journey until next time [Applause]

Strike Industries SI Link Curved Foregrip Review! Bye Bye Rail Sections!



just a heads up guys if you're a vapor don't drip and drive so what's up guys Jonathan wood tactical toolbox and today we're going to be going over and reviewing this awesome 4 grit that was sent to us from Garrett at strike industries Garrett's the CEO of the company there I had no idea I've been working with strike industries for like probably since like end of July I believe so I contacted them and I've been you know working with Garrett I had no idea because usually when I reach out these companies it's usually like their marketing VPS or you know somebody down you know that's under them and it's just really cool to see a company where the CEO actually will talk to you which I thought was legit and so you know Ning Garrett we've been working together on a few different things like when I reviewed the Glock tool list back plates and I had an issue with it clearing my zebb trigger you know he got right on it and fixed it like that way so Strike Industries has been a company that sorry I'm playing with my paper so strike industry has been with those companies man's I've just been really awesome to work with and something that I really like about them is they always solve problems so they look for a problem that we have with guns and they're like let's make that easier for you and then they do it in a simple super simple way so with that we are going to be reviewing the which color the SI link now I got the blue line edition they come in a bunch of different colors I think they come in black they come in gray red and blue now I think the blue line may have been limited edition so you might not be able to get this one but like I said I'll put an affiliate link in the description below guys and that I think they have most if not all the colors there and thank you guys so much for your support with everything if you guys don't know what affiliate links are just rehash I know if you've been watching my videos you probably know this but if you're new affiliate link just means hey if you click the link and buy it it doesn't cost you anything you know extra but what they do is the companies will give us a kickback and that allows us to get more products for you it allows me to be able to reinvest money into the company so we can get giveaways for you all that stuff and it helps me make a living so thank you so let's get right into this review now this unlock thing I mean I this si link is dead sexy I mean look at this thing I love it it fits perfect and it keeps me from blowing my hand off like this under recoil because it's got this nice hand stop here you know with these little short grips I find gripping it I usually grip it about like this I don't hope the magwell but I hold it about like right here or I'll grab it right here depending if I'm using iron right here but now I'll grip it like this but when irons down it makes a little bit difficult so I'll grip it like this okay so then a pretty cool thing what is most unique about this is that it will fit directly to in lock or keymod now this is huge because hang on I got to go get my other AR let me show you something real fast I'll be right back so this was my very first ar-15 and I built it because I wanted to know every intricate part of it it's got like an Anderson low or radical firearms upper all that good stuff and nothing has failed me on this gun and I've had it for a little over a year now but this is a strike industries Cobra for grip now this one is made of polymer or some kind of plastic I believe um now this grip I love it because you can hold it like this I'm going to hold it like this you can hold it like this I really like this the downside to this though is you need a rail attachment like see right here it has to attach to the Picatinny part and thankfully I got this hybrid rail which has the Penny's already on it at the end but if you guys have ever seen like rail sections there are super proud of their prices I mean you could buy like a little rail section like this maybe like oh yeah that's 15 bucks when I kiss my ass guys like I don't want all that shit so what makes it what makes this one kind of a game-changer is and I hate using that term but it is kind of a game-changer you don't need to buy those parts and it doesn't matter if you have keymod or unlock and we're going to talk about this real quick let me show you now I will say when you first get this and take it out to shoot it retighten it because you kind of get the the threads seasoned a little bit so that you know it doesn't come off but things really cool this is a anodized blue and this one because this thing off here oh yeah there we go there it is so anodized blue it's a CNC aluminum which you guys know is typically more expensive but these things actually aren't badly priced they're actually priced very well and compared to like other polymer versions that require the use of a rail because like with the Cobra right I got that for 20 bucks thankfully my rent my handguard has the hybrid rail system but if I had to go buy a rail section for $15 I'm not 35 bucks which is about similar to what these cost I think they might be a dollar or two more I don't remember the price there in the 30s I believe um if not I'm sorry they must have changed it but this thing is awesome so these little guys right here they fit into your em lock or rail system and once you get it into the rail so say it to em lock right you're going in like that you just turn it and then you put some outward pressure to hold it in place and you crank down these Allen scripts this is all that's included like an Allen wrench in this and then all the instructions for installing it they may have it in the box it could have lost them but honestly guys I mean if you can build an AR but trust me you're not going to need instructions with this guy so all you got to do is find where app on the rail you want to install this right so I like mine towards the end especially on such a short barrel oh and by the way Garrett if you're watching this review dude I stopped by your booth at shot show like five times and I guess I guess I have the worst timing in the world I wanted to meet you in person and put a face with an email address but every time I stopped by it is like they're like yeah he's at this booth or oh he's eating something I'm like aw great okay so sorry I guess I just had bad timing man I wanted to do some stuff with your booth but unfortunately that didn't work out so you get it on there right boom it's in there just like so then you just I just leave it upside down like this or doesn't matter long as you hold it in the direction like for keymod you hold it in the direction where the keys get smaller make sure it's straight because you can kind of get it a little kinky there so I'll make sure it's straight um let's see let's tighten this pig down so you tighten up that one you have this one here make sure that this one and it is not a little bit but yeah you guys get the picture I mean it goes on there quite easily I'm just trying to get this dang thing to turn there we go I could be doing this room that other it is awesome skip that one tightened up oh shit I got a leaf like a doctor's appointment in like a couple of minutes glad I looked at the clock is that this doctor charges you if you don't show up because they don't take insurance but I will say this go to a doctor that doesn't take insurance they will treat you like gold gold I tell you it's just this one doctor who I go see get adderall and stuff like that thing I like about him is he won't give a tour all the people that don't need it and so I respect them a lot for that some doctors they just really nearly give stuff out so yeah let's get this pig on sorry guys I'm just fiddling around I'm just kind of zoning out myself all right we got it on it is securely in place go check these guys out Thank You Garrett for sending this out for review we're going to be reviewing a couple other things from strike industries that are on this one of them is it's really awesome enhanced castle nut which has a QD mount down here and then I also have make sure it is there it is I also have this really cool +5 adapter for the pmags from strike industries that we still have to review yet heads up all these reviews are awesome I'm not going to lie just to give you a little spoiler alert but there's some things you didn't know about these on so you install them correctly and so you don't scratch your stuff up so anyways guys I'm Johnson with tactical toolbox thank you so much for checking out our review on the strike industries si link there's not a whole lot to say about it I mean it's a foregrip it works really well but I am affiliated with the link so thank you guys for your support and if you don't want to use it that's cool too I mean I'm just a guy so yeah really awesome looks sexy as hell they come in black gray red and I don't know if the blue lines still available but hey if they 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Officer Pulls Gun on Student Picking Up Trash Outside of Dorm Building | NowThis



[Laughter] you have a dangerous I picked in your hand and you're failing to put it down put it down you're being detained but notice you're sitting on the patio behind this building yeah I mean there's the signs for no trespassing private property that kind of thing yeah I wasn't sure what you're doing if you live here you work here it looks like you're working doing something okay gotcha what's the actual address [Applause] okay what you read are you it [Applause] well I'm just checking to make sure that you have a right to beer that's I just and I'm working as well [Applause] well I gotta verify it just so I know that that you do in fact [Applause] if you have an ID with your address on it that'd be great well we've had some stuff going on in this area I'm just doing my job just make a journey you belong here and if you do that great and I'll be on my way okay do you have anything with your address on it I'm just asking you if you have something with your address on it then that that would help a lot of people have a it's on this path Justin can I get your date of birth please why I just need to verify who we are that you belong here they never like to be can you have a seat please mr. Atkins we nineteen cookbook mr. Atkinson right now you're obstructing a police officer which is a jailable events I'm asking you one more time to sit down last chance sir have a seat arrest right now entertaining you and investigating your own trespass sit down sit down have a seat please drop that put that down put that down dude you need to listen to what I'm telling you to do right now failing to set out now I now do it now why why I'm detaining you to investigate investigated trespass you haven't confirmed that sit out sit down and I'll confirm it sit down now sit down then you're probably gonna get tased in a sec why because you have a weapon put that down put it down and comply with my orders do it it's filming right now have a seat please I need to confirm it where I live there's a sign and you're not gonna taste me officer sit it down about that sit down how do you feel about that sir sit down feel about now sir and get your freaking lieutenant here they're on the way I'm good you have a dangerous object in your hand if you're failing to put it down put it down you're being detained you're gonna shoot me if you use that weapon against me yes that is consideration all you have to do is comply right now officer you gonna shoot just have a seat man all I want to do is figure this out with this guy sit down I don't have that swept in' no that's a weapon put it down I'm telling you I'm threatened by sit down sir drop it now drop it now just drop it we're not going anywhere you need to drop it we I haven't confirmed that yet I told you I'm investigating a trespass you didn't give me your address that's the first time I have a seat the first thing you need to drop that I go to school you drop it just drop it and shit you doing this to me sit down – are you a robot yeah I'm the director so I was just one of your properties right here absolutely okay so he is a contractor he goes to the reporters or if he's their student student and student work steady okay yeah so he has permission to be here yes we should be doing whatever he's doing you're absolutely s picking up trash okay boss nice clean okay if you wouldn't mind just talking to him real quick just to kind of try to come not if that's all it is we're in a one-way event okay we're just never hearing talk then no one is coming for a ballpark not officer okay just just doing a fairing because he's kind of a irritated right now as understandably and we don't want it to go or so just hang tight right there okay [Applause] you

Silicon Valley's Doomsday: Prepping For An Economic Apocalypse [Divided America, Pt. 1] | AJ+ Docs



the biggest concern on people's minds right now is nuclear fallout we're predicting another similar type market crash that's gonna be worse than 2008 the hot air out the socio-economic shadow you are the more you are prepared something big will happen within the next 10 years in my gut I feel it techies can see that future coming and therefore they react to that future even though hasn't arrived yet I think Silicon Valley has largely become part of the problem everything here is a plan for a deteriorating situation we're in the most tense – since World War two so a little war how's business right now for you well it's booming this is ron Hubbard he builds doomsday bunkers for the apocalypse the stuff of disaster movies and nuclear nightmares as well felt life they are the old-school survivalists are preparing for just about anything a shelter has many forms of protection it could be a volcano erupting it could be hurricanes in Florida but first and foremost the biggest concern on people's minds right now is a nuclear fallout like I said fallout shelters are becoming very commonplace if the president gets threatened where did they take him bunker immediately yeah why do they take him to a bunker protection it doesn't take a smart man to figure out the safest place to be during most threats is underground it's not new to prepare for catastrophe but today there's a new kind of prepper the Silicon Valley elite and they believe they're preparing for a doomsday scenario of their own making with automation setting up the economy to crash under the weight of global debt most of the people who are you know on board this wagon are professionals so they're doctors the lawyers they're tech executives this is a very mainstream phenomenon it's just not talked about in the mainstream Adam Taggart gave up his Silicon Valley lifestyle as a VP for Yahoo to prepare for a new world he sees as inevitable with changes so drastic they are hard to imagine the next 20 years are going to look completely unlike the last 20 years and the reason for that many different potential threats are challenges to our way of life if you will we look at them in three areas in the economy and our energy systems and in the environment now his main business is advising people on how to prepare for collapse and many of his clients are Silicon Valley's wealthiest those with the money and I realized this is the point zero zero one percent we're talking about but are buying retreat properties either here in America or internationally and I think that got people's attention of all right these are legit smart people what do they know that we don't know while the tech guys are most focused on sustaining quality of life after a collapse traditional Preppers are more concerned about the actual days of disaster a guns and bunkers moment when society breaks down and every man must fend for himself now this is a natural outlet shelter under construction let me show you the way it works okay you actually would come down the staircase into this room here this is called the mudroom or the decontamination room you could put the corpse in here because they're gonna develop methane gas and then you can let it let it leak out here like really dark scenarios you gotta consider I know it sounds creepy and it sounds bad but you got to live with reality this isn't a toy ron has been building bunkers for years but it's only recently that he started selling to the tech guys if you have the money you have a bunker it's just a fact of life now those who have money have bunkers the techies are buying bunkers and guns it's just the reason behind it that seems to be different I think the type of stereotypical tinfoil hat doomsday prepper type guy that you're mentioning you know I think he's doing it from a very different point of view it's almost a non-emotional decision it's almost just sort of a Vulcan choice of hey the the data is telling me this and so therefore a prudent empiricist like myself would take these steps Ron took us to the home of a client under the condition that we keep the location secret and not reveal the name of the owner there's your bunker I'm just sitting the couch and watch TV as the world's going to hell in a handbasket it's not a bad way to write out the apocalypse we got powdered eggs right here that's a whole lot of powdered eggs they're back up let me show you something here underneath this floor here is his storage okay this is one of the smaller bunkers Ron says he's never been allowed to film in larger bunkers that he builds for his wealthiest clients those people aren't gonna let me go and film in their backyard why not no the money doesn't mean nothing to them but their security at us they're more secret about their shelter than they are about their bank accounts they don't want people to know that they have it I mean it doesn't matter that they may be spent two three four hundred thousand dollars on their bunker that is their family's security the secretive nature of prepping makes collecting data on the movement nearly impossible but the ward in Silicon Valley is that some secret doomsday retreats cost well into the millions so I'm a Antonio Garcia Martinez I am former startup founder former Facebook product manager and Twitter advisor and now I'm just a bum living on this boat and prepping for our future after he bailed on Silicon Valley Antonio bought property on a Pacific Northwest Islands he currently lives on a sailboat due in part to fears of an economic collapse and at some point of all the cabin electricity solar panels and all the basics of living in a northwestern forest on you know a few acres of their food generators well we're getting there we're gonna we're gonna we're playing definitely guns yeah definitely some gas definitely generators lots of those one of Antonio's biggest concerns is automation and what that will do to the economy when I started talking like normal people like people in the voting world the car you know where people outside attack right and they tell me what they do and every single time I could think of some startup or Y Combinator company that basically is working madly to code them out of a job like literally almost every normal job that I can hear about ready to go yeah no that's goods concerning yeah it's kind of terrifying yeah most humans again most humans just won't have any salable labor in a few years it's hard not to wonder what people will do for a living if so many jobs become automated so quickly I think techies can see that feature coming and therefore they they react to that feature even though it hasn't arrived yet it's 100% fatal there is no cure we're bugging out to the cabin techies have long been at the polar opposite of prepping a guns and bunkers culture popularized by TV shows like national Geographics doomsday preppers Braxton's Southwick and his family were featured a few years back when I first started this I was crazy everybody thought I was nuts now I've got the whole neighborhood involved all my friends everybody's involved in it because it's become mainstream I actually planned for everything what are some of the things other things you planned for my biggest thing was a biological chemical attack just because it was so cheap and easy for a terrorist to get ahold of that so I was like this with my tennis shoes my clothes on I don't change anything my field gloves I don't want to sound crazy but I really think something big will happen within the next 10 years I really do and that's why I'm so prepared you could feel it okay animals can feel sense danger in America as humans I think we're just as much as any animal and some of us can really feel it something's on the horizon we could feel it we don't know what it is we can't see it but I'm telling you in my gut I feel it oh you can hear you pretty can hear you pretty good I didn't expect that [Applause] Braxton walked us through the basics of prepping from his extensive food storage to the chickens in the backyard the bug out bags he keeps for each person in his family and the extensive Arsenal he keeps that ready whatever is coming I mean you guys are ready for it the entire North Korean army oh you guys are right now yeah hopefully those guys back in San Francisco the worries do include biological and nuclear attacks though economic collapse is the top concern and one venture capitalists told me he's doing all he can to be prepared do you see all this innovation especially with automation do you see the two leading to like a big rise in unemployment yeah definitely I mean I'm terrified by that you know to the point where it's like wow like if you don't manage this very well it's going to cause like a new French Revolution right it's not just a fringe idea the president of the World Bank recently sounded a blaring alarm about automation accelerations and technology are changing the landscape we estimate that two-thirds of all jobs that currently exist in developing countries will be wiped out by automation the tech guys might have different reasons for preparing but they use techniques home by the classic prepper so I went to talk to the experts at the world's biggest prepping trade show this is the Holy Grail right here of traditional Preppers you got everything you got your bug out bags you got medical supplies food renewable energy I mean anything you could ever want guns it's right here there was a hurricane simulator a survivalist fashion show thanks for jumping it's actually soft Bobby over search dogs and this guy taught me how to clear a room look at the attitude I'm gonna clean out every vital organ of this body nice slice slice and when you get out here I'm gonna cross to the other side baby baby baby baby baby with a bad guy okay don't stick your head out what makes this unique okay so it's on the ar-15 but rather than using five five six it's using standard nine-millimeter so your ammo cost is gonna be anyone's cost things get really bad and we get really primitive samurai sword number one that you ought to have in your bunker but it wasn't as crazy as I thought it might be there were regular people there with good ideas on how to prepare for catastrophes basically food starch a little bit of fuel tools always good I got bags if people are afraid then then they they'll buy it but it's it's much more popular than it used to be why do you think that is I just think that people understand that the world is a more uncertain place it's not just the bunker business noticing new clients Jeff Davis runs a business that sells prepper supplies we sell anything from you know a one-week supply all the way up to a one-year supply in every increment in between Jeff told me he's not surprised to hear that wealthy Californians are stocking up when you've got something to lose you buy insurance and our food is just another form of insurance and so when you've got something to lose you're gonna prepare and try to mitigate that that loss so you think about like well you have enough like food you know do I have like do I have the skills like I took a lot of classes and things like a wilderness survival and urban survival martial arts and just and it's interesting number what's fun but I took a lot of shooting classes and martial arts and all these things is that common amongst like your friends other people in the industry then my take is at the higher up to social economics yeah I know you are the more you know the more you are prepared right because the more you are aware of the potential backlash and also the more resources you have and so the more you think about it not only that but the more that people are advancing automation the more they can see the possible consequences Brad Peters is a senior software engineer for Intel would you describe yourself as a prepper yeah absolutely these programs that you're developing like you're fully aware these are gonna make a lot of jobs obsolete yes that's what I mean there's there's a flip side to this it's it's fun to do but the the societal impact is really above and beyond the scope of what we do in a long term there's lot of people without jobs now and that leader situations like you've described which you're actively preparing for absolutely absolutely many occupations are nearly certain to disappear to automation in the near future airline pilots and real estate agents may be a bit more surprising than typist or accountants what I see is a future where you have a lot of people trying to consume but the current mechanism for wealth redistribution and throughout the entire world as far as I know is you contribute labor to get a portion of the productivity productivity or the product of that labor a lot of these guys believe that unemployment to automation affected the recent election helping Trump win the presidency we feel like the 2008 market crash was just a wake-up call and I mentioned we've sort of papered over the problem since then in a sense what we've done is we've just made those problems worse and we push them off to a future date so we're predicting another similar type market crash just sadly one that's gonna be worse in 2008 even as all dead in America has skyrocketed growth simply is not the rates needed to service that debt something these tech guys say spells trouble what makes you sell this and move into a trailer and like a rural area and the woods I don't want to be in the neighborhood as these things go to hell so we drove out to a 70 acre plot of land outside Portland's Brad had only recently started building out the property and he walked me through some of his plans to make it off-grid and self sustainable doing this sort of thing while the economy overall is in good shape is easy right what Amazon's are not there how do you do that the conveniences can disappear really quick but if you do things a little bit in advance it's not terribly hard I think a lot of it was you know 2008-2009 I think honestly that going through that that crash you know I think it let a lot of people to slowly like something to firm it you know in the back of their minds about CAD what can I do just little things here and there to to be careful to be cautious and take take steps got everything for sustainability resilience you know you're prepared for most options in terms of like security you know if things hit the fan is that what this is for right here absolutely self-defense man yeah it's not about aggressively going out and seeking trouble but it's about being able to defend yourself if you need to everything here is a plan for a deteriorating situation right storing food having energy sources but if people are straight up attacking let me tell you like it's such a low probability thing but if it happens then yeah I mean it's it's to the extent that a person can be the irony here is that these guys can see their own industry helping cause the next collapse but without the tools to stop it they are instead preparing to survive the catastrophic result it's like you motherfuckers created this whole situation and now that the bill comes due and the shit hits the fan right you're just going to take off and leave us holding the bag with this bullshit right like what the hell like you're supposed to sit around and sort of fix it because that's the notion of like some level of civic duty and that's you know I have to say yeah that's the right reaction to have to that that's right if shit hits the fan of things actually go really really really south whatever you have because you become a target right um at that point you you can either defend yourself or you can and you're just a big treasure-trove him ultimately you have to be willing to pull that trigger if it comes right down to it hey everyone this is Danny gold with AJ plus be sure to take a look at the rest of our dog series divided America where we take a look at how the proper movement is being embraced by the Silicon Valley elite refugees leaving America for Canada the defunding of Planned Parenthood and the battle over land rights in America thanks for watching

LA's Gang Members Transformed – Homeboy Industries



we start today in South Los Angeles where there's been a deadly surge in gang violence over the past several weeks over the past two weeks at least eight children have been among those shot in separate incidents if you had a 27 separate shooting shootout in any other American city it probably would have made sixty minutes but it didn't even make the news here it's about controlling Commerce it's about controlling the flow of money in and out of community and while some people may cast it whereas race it's a form of manipulation that gang members use because they want to control an area even at the expense of the lives of the people who live there what do you wish this neighborhood were like then there would be no keisters no fooling around here anybody walks into my office for the first time a gang member who wants to work here I always ask this one question name one good thing that's coming to your life because of your robbing and I only get one answer they always say I can't think of a single good thing that's coming to my life now that's not the answer that they think I want to hear that's the truth but the other day somebody gave me another answer a homie sat there and he said I thought for a long time and he says well my body Oh has made me who I am I said no it's kept you from who you are a lot of times people think kids are joining a gang because they're seeking something but they're always fleeing something always no exceptions I never met an exception the outsider view often drives the inside of this our policy and how we see things so people stand outside decision they go there's got to be something positive the kids are drawn and attracted to but there is no lure there is no attraction there is no draw there is no pole fact there's only pushback kids are not seeking anything positive they're fleeing something horrendous when they join a gang that's why oh well I arrived at Dolores mission parish in the mid-80s and it's the poorest parish in the city and the largest grouping of public housing west of Mississippi and but it also happened to be which I didn't know but it was the place of the highest concentration of gang activity in the whole city was my parish so we have eight gangs at war with each other in this tiny little area so this began really because I was burying kids so I buried my first in 1988 and my hundred and eightieth just before this past Christmas really the 98 was just the worst reaching a thousand gang-related homicides in 1992 in LA County which is it's never been like that before so we started to do things we started to school a jobs program then we couldn't find enough felony friendly employers so we started our photo business and then another business and then and here we are this is our fourth location you know eleven hundred gangs eighty six thousand gang members so about fifteen thousand folks walk through our doors and year and then you name just about anything that might be of help than we do it but I met Nancy at a I think it was a fundraiser that somebody had in in their home and she was invited and we got talking and the next thing you know she wanted to volunteer and this is what she did and it's been hugely successful here but she's speaking this truth right and then in the center there's this there's this sound I'd known about homeboy for a long time and I've sort of been circling around it's always been of interest to me and independently in my own sort of studio practice I had developed a series that I called bullet blossoms and it was really it sort of addressed issues around violence and and healing and sort of those two things coexisting I went and saw father Greg speak and talked to him afterwards and service said all I have is my studio practice and so I came up with this idea for a collaborative collaborative project and he really want but he said I really do want you to focus on the kind of hopeful piece of this which is where which is what the blossoms are about which is you know hope coming out of despair and hope coexisting with despair and and you moving thin that's why we ended up pulling in exit wounds because it's really about what we leave behind I had this preconceived notion of what it would look like and you know I just had this idea like well this is how it's gonna go and this is how it's gonna look and the obvious lesson is you have no idea how things are gonna go even just putting them together with such a gratifying experience so how do we tell this story effectively through composition so I mean there was sort of formal art things that we were working with but really focus mostly on storytelling and then I asked them where they would want the bullet holes and they told me where they want them how many how many they wanted and then we would talk about what color blossoms and that was all sort of a part of you how will this balance and what does this mean what is this signified I knew I wanted to do art early on but in the street life you don't really do all you can really do is like tagged up or represented her so how when I would represent I would tag up four walls and I thought that was art I didn't think I could actually be classified as an artist you know so I thought an answer who's gonna teach me how to be an artist so I came into the class and then she said it's collage working and you do it and the whole process so I liked it and I just stayed with him now I'm my artist that night was amazing because walking in there and just watching the homies and homegirls stand next to their artwork and and everything got snatched up by you she knows this better than I do but it was they were all sold like instantly and just the pride of of you know I did that it makes me feel like I could do more it means first I'm proud I'm happy I'm grateful my works is out there and people could see it and they could they see when I was when I when I was thinking at the time I made it but now I feel like it coming from the street life and the drugs in the gang Macy's I don't have to live that way I could actually go the opposite way and be productive and make something like I do art and I could I could make money off and that does make money just be happy over it so it's really something that we're using to celebrate all of the talent and individual voices that we have here to talk to the community to engage with the community and have that be you know a part just another extension of what homeboy gives I think in the old days I was we were more in I was a dispatcher you know gang member meets job go next this is a group that's in need of so much healing that we kind of lost sight of that so I used to say a job does 80% of what needs to get done it gives a gang member a reason to get up in the morning and a reason not to gangbang the night before but I we were missing that 20% we've now found what that is now which is a therapeutic community a place of healing a place where you can be held a place of attachment repair a place to find and discover resilience so that you can leave here and the world will throw at you what it will in it and it won't topple you community Trump's game Aaron please button of course I like everyone here at home boys all their visitors coming by to visit us everyone I have a good day and make right choices when you leave early today [Laughter] [Applause] you