Riding Shotgun

I sure hope that’s not the stars & stripes which he’s wiping down the gun with at 23 seconds.  Other than that, i’m shocked and appalled by the epicness of the video.

The music, the fast video cuts, the camera work, the voice overs, the car, the clothing… all perfect.

Hat tip: John C


19 responses to “Riding Shotgun”

  1. Lmao, this thing has some pretty good lines in it.

  2. I wondered what that thing on my shotgun was….

  3. He used his US flag bandana to wipe the gun down @ 0:23

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      no he’s still got it on!

      1. It’s likely a dude that badazz has multiple flag bandannas

    2. How about 4 USC 1 §8(d): The flag should never be used as wearing apparel…

      1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
        Admin (Mike)

        Yea I’m not a fan of that either, but it let it slide if I saw someone doing it in public. Seeing someone use the flag as a cleaning rag though, id probably lose it.

        1. If nothing else it screams of low class or white trash (to me anyway, although I’m sure I’m not the only one). Not as much as wearing a bandana of a confederate flag…

      2. Bandannas are square. The flag is, by law, 1.9 times as long as it is wide. Bandannas might have a design similar to the flag printed upon them, but they are not flags.

        1. So, your contention would be: any “flag” that is manufactured slightly outside of regulation dimensions would be free game to be desecrated in any manner? Right? If it is, say, two times as long as it is wide, instead of 1.9, it is ok to burn it, wipe your ass with it, attach it to a mop handle and swab the floor with it…

        2. I should have included in that last post that I absolutely understand that the bandana is not a “flag.” My contention would be that the “Flag Code” establishes etiquette for proper use and display of not only what is a proper “flag,” but for the likeness of the flag. You can’t argue that this bandana is not a representation of the flag.

          Again, I think it is disrespectful and low-class.

  4. I actually have plans to make a rail mounted camera to face back at the shooter, this just further proves that I need to that that done.

    1. John Charles Avatar
      John Charles

      Just use duct tape like this guy did, look at the front of the receiver on the heat shield.

    2. dont need to make one. there are companies that sell them. best quality for the price is the Tachyon XC series.

      1. I was talking about a standard mount, for putting any camera onto a rail. The standard size for a tripod is 1/4″ 20 threads. This will let you put any camera that works with a tripod onto a rail. I actually whipped one up today. Works awesome.

  5. El Duderino Avatar
    El Duderino

    I wonder if he’s also a black belt in Rex Kwon Do.

    1. “You think anybody wants a roundhouse kick to the face while I’m wearing these bad boys? Forget about it.”

  6. Wow, talk about high speed-low drag. I’m surprised, but only slightly, that he isn’t all tacti-cool to go with that shotgun.

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