Hm. I think I know that guy:
As my mother (who recently out-shot my father with his HK45, much to his chagrin) told some of our Boston relatives, this is what happens when you do not allow children to have realistic-looking toy guns in the house. Bear that in mind. (I still made ones out of LEGOs.)
Linoge’s grins were infectious. My daughter started giggling when he grinned at the end.
Although, in all seriousness, I should not have shot the Saiga without eye protection at all times – that thing has enough back-blast to give your non-dominant hand a sunburn, to paraphrase WizardPC. Do not be stupid like Linoge; wear eye protection.
Video courtesy of the inimitable Oleg Volk, who can make even a schlub like me look awesome in front of a camera. Short-barreled Saiga-12 courtesy of Coal Creek Armory. 20-round drum courtesy of MDArms. Single-shot .410 shotgun courtesy of WizardPC. T-shirt courtesy of ENDO Apparel. The holster for a Smith and Wesson 686 SSR is a product of Michael’s Custom Holsters (and I finally managed to take some pictures of it this weekend – look for them this week). Belt courtesy of Endeavor Stitchworks.
Mutton chops courtesy of God (and the long-suffering Better Half).
On a related note, what is a decent, free alternative to Microsoft’s Live Movie Maker? Specifically, I am looking for something that allows second-by-second control over the audio track of a video, and allows for text overlays like counters and such.