How is this Bong so Firearms Knowledgeable?

Slo-Mo Guys youtuber "Gav" I think. He's shockingly accurate with many firearms related statements and information. However, he's from NO-GUNZ U.K., so I'm confused.
Any insights on how a bong can become this enlightened in a no-gunz culture?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He probably just browses /k/

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Thats Dan, was formerly military and is probably a gun nerd

    Hopefully slomo guys will be doing cooler things now that rt is ded

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >probably a gun nerd
      Mega gun nerd, but still impressed how good he is at his history AND practical knowledge.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They should do slowmo of pouring water on bread.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        they should do a slow mo of me cumming in ur mum

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          It would need to be a slo-mo video because of how long you would last if you ever had sex

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Leave me alone about my virginity. I'm not even ugly.
            Just fricked my life up.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        based ignore the homosexual who didnt get it

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >based ignore the homosexual who didnt get it
          Explain

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            esoteric lore from over a decade ago
            >t. soggy bread knower

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Good idea anon
        >uuUUUUEEEGHHHH

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >rt is ded
      ?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Rooster Teeth, which owned the slomo guys channel among other things like Red versus Blue, was shut down a few months ago. They sold out years ago and ended up owned by Warner Bros. The current CEO has been on a killing spree cutting all sorts of shit and RT became his latest victim. They're still making slomo videos so they probably managed to secure the IP somehow.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          rooster teeth didn't own slomo guys, gavin saw the writing on the wall for rt and distanced himself from them years ago with his own projects the biggest being slomo.
          S to shit on rt's grave, should have died literally 10 years ago. at least honorary israelite burns escaped the shitshow with his golden parachute after kicking his wife and mother of his children to the curb and running off with a younger woman KEK.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Lmao yeah Burnie appears to be quite the clever one

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Actual gun owner here, I have literally never once in multiple decades of enjoying this hobby heard the term "keyholing" refer to anything other than a round tumbling before impact and creating an elongated hole, usually due to terrible rifling and/or terrible ammunition. Trying to pretend it's ever been used to refer to anything else, especially on this website, is fricking moronic cope

              He's currently running a new podcast with said younger wife to maintain his celebrity Visa.
              >first life as a medical technology student
              >dips out of that before taking on massive amounts of debt
              >works up through tech support call center to high-level position
              >start second life with new company
              >leave company with other higher-ups and friends making stuff on the new Internet
              >puts a shitload of money into bitcoin
              >new company gets massive under his direction
              >recognizes inability to run company of 400+ people, sells stake and leaves
              >cashes out bitcoin at last headline-grabbing price peak
              >RT has constant social issue headlines about racism and antitroon behavior from the community
              >adult children sent to college
              >former company shuttered
              >3rd new life
              >takes new wife to the Scottish highlands
              >drops 2 babies in wife
              >adopts sheep and ducks
              He's made very few wrong moves. He even divorced his old wife before he even had true assets to split.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Keyholing is a tactic snipers use to fire from inside of a concealed position, usually a building in an urban environment. You make a murder hole and set yourself up several feet away from the hole such that your muzzle flash is concealed. The interiors of buildings also act exactly as suppressors do, so they muffle and redirect sound, making it virtually impossible to identify where the shot came from.
                It's not my fault you don't know what the frick you're talking about.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Based overly defensive bong screaming at clouds

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Ah, yes, I'm British and very silly because I correctly pointed out that you were unaware of military nomenclature.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You’re British because you are impotently screeching in the defense of a guy who doesn’t know how an ar15 operates. Tell us more about how he was talking about urban sniping in regards to target shooting

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I am not defending anyone, I am criticizing your lack of knowledge of military nomenclature.
                You said something incorrect, I called you out on it, and now you're pissing and shitting yourself.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                There isn’t any nomenclature in urban sniping called keyholing, at least not in any relevant forces. So you’re making shut up for what reason? Right it’s to defend a gun tuber who didn’t know how an ar-15 functions.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >There isn’t any nomenclature in urban sniping called keyholing, at least not in any relevant forces.
                Bullshit t. completed British sniper course.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Source? Like one single non blog source that calls it that. It looks like you’re making it up to defend the clueless YouTube personality. Surely he was talking about urban sniping when he misused the phrase keyholing.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'm not defending him, keyholing does not refer to anything in sniper nomenclature in relation to making a hide. generally in shooting it refers to the shape made on a target when the bullet hit length ways instead of point first. There can be several reasons such as twist rate in the barrel not stabilizing the bullet etc etc If OP was pretending this

                Keyholing is a tactic snipers use to fire from inside of a concealed position, usually a building in an urban environment. You make a murder hole and set yourself up several feet away from the hole such that your muzzle flash is concealed. The interiors of buildings also act exactly as suppressors do, so they muffle and redirect sound, making it virtually impossible to identify where the shot came from.
                It's not my fault you don't know what the frick you're talking about.

                >Keyholing is a tactic snipers use to fire from inside of a concealed position
                Then he is full of shit.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Not sure where we disagree. Keyholing has a universal meaning in the firearms community and
                >shape made on a target when the bullet hit length ways instead of point first.
                Is it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                We don't disagree I'm calling him a c**t and possibly a walt

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is he the one who had a stalker break into his home?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No, that was Gavin. The scrawny blond one with the big nose.
      If I recall correctly the stalker was armed and targeting Gavin's girlfriend.
      They called the cops who came and killed the stalker, who was hiding in a closet when the cops found him.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        No, the guy was obsessed with Meg (gavin's girlfriend), but his target was Gavin as he didn't think Gavin "deserved" to be happy with Meg. They ended up hiding in their closet for 10-20 minutes until the police showed up and he offed himself in the driveway which led to the police unloading into his corpse.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Was really crazy to see he was still against getting a home defense gun after than. Dan sure as hell wouldn't have hid.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >crazy to see he was still against getting a home defense gun
          Bongs gonna bong

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Post the next human wave, vasily

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >Noguns from noguns country deliberately comes to a weapons board
              >Inevitably gets called noguns
              >Eternally seethes
              Why do you do it to yourself?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Dan rhymes with Man and Gav is vaG backwards

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    frick off with your eceleb shit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >frick off with your eceleb shit
      /thread

      >Fact: the royal armories guy is better than Ian McCollum.
      I believe that guy had indicted that in addition to his theoretical and historical mastery, he has also had significant time behind many firearms, from black powder to modern FA items. Wouldn't surprise me if that guy has more range time than visually all of /k/

      No, that was Gavin. The scrawny blond one with the big nose.
      If I recall correctly the stalker was armed and targeting Gavin's girlfriend.
      They called the cops who came and killed the stalker, who was hiding in a closet when the cops found him.

      kys

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Never heard of this guys so cant comment on him specifically, but guns are just machines, if you're already technically minded then its not hard to know the ins and outs of guns just with books and google. Funny to see Americans get insecure and seething about bong guntubers, as knowing about guns is American cultural property and other countries reading Wikipedia entries is American blackface. The reality is that holding and firing a gun only gives superficial insight regarding ergos and operation, the rest of its history and minutiae is something you have to find out for yourself; which is entirely open source in this day and age. Fact: the royal armories guy is better than Ian McCollum.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Fact: the royal armories guy is better than Ian McCollum.
      I believe that guy had indicted that in addition to his theoretical and historical mastery, he has also had significant time behind many firearms, from black powder to modern FA items. Wouldn't surprise me if that guy has more range time than visually all of /k/

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Wouldn't surprise me if that guy has more range time than visually all of /k/
        hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Funny to see Americans get insecure and seething about bong guntubers
      It's not insecurity, it's amusement at the absurdity of someone who cannot legally use firearms in his day to day life doing a regular show teaching people about firearms. It's like if a Saudi woman ran a car review channel

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >It's like if a Saudi woman ran a car review channel
        they can drive now, unfortunately

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >someone who cannot legally use firearms
        They're based out of texas Anon.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >it's amusement at the absurdity of someone who cannot legally use firearms in his day to day life
        But you can own and use firearms in the UK.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Former British army logistics officer

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he was apparently in the military, that being said the only video I have watched with these clowns this guy was completely wrong in describing how an ar15 works. He was essentially describing how a blowback submachine gun works instead of a gas operated rifle, so I'm guessing he's actually largely clueless and you are just too dumb to tell the difference.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >He was essentially describing how a blowback submachine gun works instead of a gas operated rifle

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        this was the video.
        He mentions the firing pin as if he's talking about a fixed firing pin on an open bolt smg, no mention of the hammer. He's wrong about the case extraction, he says it's caused solely by the residual gas pressure in the bore instead of the extractor. No mention of the gas port, gas tube, rotation and unlocking of the bolt etc. he apparently seems to think that the only thing driving the BCG is pressure in the bore. And again he is vague describing function of the fire controls, again seemingly describing a fixed firing pin and makes no mention of the auto sear which is relevant considering they are talking about an automatic rifle.

        So like I said, it sounds a lot like this guy is mostly clueless, only having the most rudimentary knowledge of firearms. He knows something pushes the bolt back and a spring pushes it forward, and that's about it.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Wow, it's almost like it's not a video of Ian McCollum dryly describing the ins and outs of a firearms operating mechanism, but is instead pop-sci entertainment aimed at a generally young audience.
          Why the frick would he describe all of that shit in a 4 and a half minute video that's entire plot is "take hi-speed camera, shoot automatic rifle"?|

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The point is he isn't "shockingly accurate", he's describing how a gun functions in literally the vaguest possible terms that are at best misleading and in reference to the extractor, completely fricking wrong lmao.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >just absorb incorrect information bro
              >why are you complaining, chud, it's just for funsies!

              Dumbo 1 and Dumbo 2, you entered this thread in search of something to sperg out about.
              You looked for something to shit your pants about.
              Now that you shit your pants, you're calling for mommy.
              Mommy isn't coming, sweaty.
              Wipe your ass, I can smell you from here.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >just absorb incorrect information bro
            >why are you complaining, chud, it's just for funsies!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Good find anon.
          He's skipping steps here when he says (paraphrasing) the gas is causing the case to eject. Also, I'm not taking his statement that the firing pin strikes the primer to mean fixed firing pin/open bolt. He never says that, I'm just seeing a relatively casual/high level explanation of a general operation of a gas gun.
          Theirs isn't a firearms channel either, the firearms stuff is at best secondary, so it's more an issues of him speaking to his audience, rather than addressing gas block diameters and buffer weights.
          To his credit, nowhere here did he say anything about recoil operated. He said an AR-15 is gas operated.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >He's skipping steps here when he says (paraphrasing) the gas is causing the case to eject.
            No he's just wrong. The other guy explicitly asks if there is no mechanical part related to extraction, if it's solely caused by gas pressure in the bore, and he says yes. That is flat out incorrect.
            An open bolt blowback smg isn't recoil operated either in the way that a short/long recoil operated gun is. Which is why I said it sounds like he's describing an open bolt smg and not recoil operation. What it sounds like he's describing is an open bolt smg. A locked breech is the most important defining characteristic of a gas operated gun like the AR, so glossing over that with a vague allusion to gas pressure in the bore is like I said, at best misleading.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >rather than addressing gas block diameters and buffer weights.
            It's not about technical specifics, he's not even giving an accurate generalized overview of what's happening. He's not explaining how the gas operation of a gas operated gun like the AR in the video works, he makes it sound like rearward force on the bolt face from the fired round pushes the bolt back, he makes no mention at all of the actual gas system, the BCG, or how the bolt unlocks or even that it's locked at all. He's basically just saying that the bolt goes back and then it goes forward, something you could figure out by just watching their slow motion footage a few times.
            Most likely, he has a simple basic understanding of guns from his army service, but nowhere near any kind of technical understanding.

            And fyi, it's not the diameter of the hole in the gas block that determines the amount of gas going to the action, it's the diameter of the gas port drilled in the barrel. The gas block inlet is always intentionally made well oversize of the gas port so it's easily aligned with the port without perfect angular positioning.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >rather than addressing gas block diameters and buffer weights.
          It's not about technical specifics, he's not even giving an accurate generalized overview of what's happening. He's not explaining how the gas operation of a gas operated gun like the AR in the video works, he makes it sound like rearward force on the bolt face from the fired round pushes the bolt back, he makes no mention at all of the actual gas system, the BCG, or how the bolt unlocks or even that it's locked at all. He's basically just saying that the bolt goes back and then it goes forward, something you could figure out by just watching their slow motion footage a few times.
          Most likely, he has a simple basic understanding of guns from his army service, but nowhere near any kind of technical understanding.

          And fyi, it's not the diameter of the hole in the gas block that determines the amount of gas going to the action, it's the diameter of the gas port drilled in the barrel. The gas block inlet is always intentionally made well oversize of the gas port so it's easily aligned with the port without perfect angular positioning.

          something else I didn't even notice since it's at the end of the video, he talks about keyholing but says losing control on full auto is keyholing lmao. That's not even remotely fricking close to what keyholing is, this more than anything is revealing of the fact that he actually has no idea what he's talking about at all.
          He probably heard the term keyholing somewhere, didn't know what it means since its actual definition is somewhat technical, and assumed it meant vertical stringing from recoil under automatic fire.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            He's not talking about the bullet tumbling and impacting sideways. He's talking about the muzzle climb during FA firing where the impacts go upward momentarily until the shooter mitigates the recoil climb and groups subsequent shots. He's describing a well understood issue with FA where your grouping may fall within the outline of a keyhole shape. Admittedly, it's a confusing choice of terminology, but the underlying point he's conveying is completely accurate.
            Secondly, his co-host doesn't seem to know anything about firearms, so when he's address what mechanically causes the fired round to be extracted and subsequently ejected, his explanation could be seen as one to inform that all the actions of the rifle stem from the gas created by the firing of the initial round. True gun novices can be so ignorant to the mechanics that they can assume there is some other source of energy being used by the firearm, be it batteries or some other equally nonsensical assumption.
            Never forget how firearms illiterate most people are, in the U.S. or elsewhere.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >He's talking about the muzzle climb during FA firing where the impacts go upward momentarily until the shooter mitigates the recoil climb and groups subsequent shots.
              And the problem is that he is attributing that to an existing term that does not at all mean that lmao. Shooting low and left is a common issue among rookie shooters too, that doesn't mean I would be correct to describe that as "limp wristing", he's not even making up an unrelated but functionally descriptive term. He is straight up incorrectly using an existing term directly related to firearms. That is very, very indicative of someone that is talking out of their ass.

              >his explanation could be seen as one to inform that all the actions of the rifle stem from the gas created by the firing of the initial round.
              No, it couldn't, let's see the exact quote.
              >Dan: It's being pulled backwards here, using the force of the gas-
              >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?
              >Dan:No
              >Gavin: It's just the force of the bullet going out that's ejected that
              >Dan: It's the gasses, yeah
              This is literally objectively 100% an incorrect explanation. In no way is this wrong explanation useful or informative. Gavin directly explicitly asks if there is anything pulling the spent case back, which there is, the extractor, and Dan says that there is not.

              Why are you carrying water so hard for this fricking idiot anyway? He your gay lover or something?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Probably defending the honor of a fellow bong

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >This is literally objectively 100% an incorrect explanation. In no way is this wrong explanation useful or informative. Gavin directly explicitly asks if there is anything pulling the spent case back, which there is, the extractor, and Dan says that there is not.
                Sorry, this is just an assinie read on this. You're interrupting his statement to mean the case is just being blown out of the chamber. Given his military experience and what you can literally see on the slow-mo, this is some willfully obtuse pedantic zealously literal reading of what's being said.
                If you genuinely think that he believes there's no extractor, ejector, bcg, etc. and the case is just blow free because...
                >Dan: It's the gasses, yeah
                If that's truly the way you're reading that statement there, I think you're even dumber than you're claiming that guy to be.
                At this point, I'm just shocked that your making this argument that he doesn't know any of the above. You're not arguing that he's "no firearms experts" (which is a fair argument), you're advocating that he's functionally moronic. I'm sorry I'm not conceding your point, it just doesn't stand to reason.
                To reiterate, I don't interpret him saying:
                >it's the gasses, yeah
                means that he doesn't understand the gas system. I think it's a fine answer for a layman. Yes, it's the gases that drive the system.
                You keep using this as your evidence he's firearms illiterate, but I'm sorry, I don't find your reading of the events to be very logical or consistent.
                You believe he thinks an AR-15 is some blowback gun with no extractor and I don't buy that. So we can disagree.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                How about this line
                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?
                >Dan:No
                You know the one you keep ignoring? He's asking plain as day if there is anything pulling the case out of the chamber, and he says there isn't. You would have to be completely incompetent to say that in response to that clear unequivocal question.

                The fact that you sound extremely asshurt that this dumbass got exposed as being clueless leads me to believe that you might just be his gay lover after all LOL

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?
                I understood this as perhaps that guy that he's talking about the bcg here. And yes, nothing is pulling the bcg back. The gasses are pushing it. Given they're looking at slo-mo footage of the bcg in motion moving backward, that stands to reason.
                >The fact that you sound extremely asshurt that this dumbass got exposed as being clueless leads me to believe that you might just be his gay lover after all LOL
                Cool, keep missing the point and ranting about gay lovers. Stick to what you know right?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I understood this as perhaps that guy that he's talking about the bcg here.
                Lmao unreal, guess I have to quote the video some more then since your pedantic ass is so desperately flailing for a way out of this that doesn't make you and your butt buddy look moronic.
                >Dan: That fires the bullet out, then the empty case gets ejected, so it's being pulled backwards using the force of the gas.
                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?

                Considering he said outright he was talking about the empty case, and NOT the BCG, I think it stands to reason that he was talking about the empty case, not the BCG.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                1:06
                >Dan: It's been pulled backwards here.
                Holy frick you're dense.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                > then the EMPTY CASE gets ejected, so it's being pulled backwards using the force of the gas.
                The EMPTY CASE is being pulled backwards, my dear anon.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >The EMPTY CASE is being pulled backwards, my dear anon
                That sounds like an extractor to me and NOT the gasse blowing the case out.
                If it's "blowback" nothing is:
                >being pulled backwards here
                Rather it's being PUSHED backwards. Words matter.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >That sounds like an extractor to me and NOT the gasse blowing the case out.
                lmfao
                let's go from the top since you are going all out with the obstinate autism

                >Dan: That fires the bullet out, then the empty case gets ejected, so it's being pulled backwards using the force of the gas.
                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?
                >Dan:No
                >Gavin: It's just the force of the bullet going out that's ejected that
                >Dan: It's the gasses, yeah

                Go ahead now anon, I'm on the edge of my seat here waiting for what your next asspul is gonna be to attempt explaining this away.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You keep ignoring:
                >so it's been pulled backwards here, using the force of the gas to pull the working parts
                We need nothing more. Tell me how that statement confirms with your premise that he believes an AR-15 is blowback.
                His Q&A with no-gunz is secondary. You're ignoring his initial statement and focusing on the question:
                >so there's nothing actually pulling that back
                And when he says:
                >no
                It doesn't somehow invalidate his initial statement. Rather it simply clarifies that "No" there is nothing additionally pulling that case back BEYOND what I've ALREADY addressed. There's no spring, no motor, just the gasses in the system.
                You keep clinging to a blowback AR-15. I think people at this point can watch the clip and determine for themselves if his statements AS A WHOLE when not selectively picked, support that he believes the AR-15 is blowback or not.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                > then the EMPTY CASE gets ejected, so it's being pulled backwards using the force of the gas.
                The EMPTY CASE is being pulled backwards, my dear anon.

                It makes zero sense that he would be referring to the BCG with this line anyway since the gas doesn't "pull" the BCG. Very clearly what they are talking about is the case being pulled out of the chamber.

                You would have to be insanely obtuse to attempt denying this obvious fact.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Very clearly what they are talking about is the case being pulled out of the chamber
                See:

                >The EMPTY CASE is being pulled backwards, my dear anon
                That sounds like an extractor to me and NOT the gasse blowing the case out.
                If it's "blowback" nothing is:
                >being pulled backwards here
                Rather it's being PUSHED backwards. Words matter.

                Pulled vs Pushed has been covered.
                That argument that he
                >thinks it's blowback
                Has been blownout

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He knows, he's grasping at straws to excuse this bong's mistake for some reason

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Bongs are notoriously self conscious. It’s what makes warriortard posting so effective

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                [...]

                >It’s what makes warriortard posting so effective
                >Bong starts crying about warriortard
                Pottery

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                [...]
                >Anyone with half a brain can tell that all of the replies critical of Gav are one guy seething about the bongs
                If you don't think the bong youtuber is a moronic who has zero understanding of how the most popular rifle in the western world works, you're obviously his gay lover.

                Is it all bongs that use warriortard as some kind of uno card when the thread isn’t going the way they’d hoped or is it really just one terminally online autist?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'm pretty sure it's one easily baited unironic schizophrenic

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'm pretty sure it's one easily baited unironic schizophrenic

                [...]

                [...]

                >very organic posting and totally not the same narrative shift attempt number 492 by our local lolcow
                You know this would work so much better you wouldn't do this every time you ban evade or your ban runs out?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Ahh yes very believable

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                It's not only very beliveable, it is also easily observable, warriortard has been doing this shit for two years straight, you are either blind, didn't look into it or willfully ignorant to not know it at this point. Same as how the "warriortard isn't real and if he is you are worse than him" cabal is noticably absent and silent every time he's spinning freely or boasting about the stuff he does.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I just wish I could have a Bradley thread without him posting. He has single handedly ruined my love for my formerly favorite IFV, I see "chadley" and cringe

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Nice narrative build but it didn’t work

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >him

                It's not only very beliveable, it is also easily observable, warriortard has been doing this shit for two years straight, you are either blind, didn't look into it or willfully ignorant to not know it at this point. Same as how the "warriortard isn't real and if he is you are worse than him" cabal is noticably absent and silent every time he's spinning freely or boasting about the stuff he does.

                Hi Nigel, you know what is funny, the British 77th brigade, the one tasked with online spam and propaganda ops, was named in tribute to the Indian 77th infantry brigade. This is even on their wikipedia page. Think about that next time you copy paste one of the "you are brown" memes when you are rotated out of "warriortard" duty because nobody believes you anymore.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Bradley threads belong to him. There really isn’t anything you can do about that

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >him

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Given his military experience
                His military experience means frick all. Soldiers drill on rifles, ie. practice a series of actions until they're muscle memory. Unless they're an armorer, or they were a gun owner before they joined (which is statistically near-zero likelihood given we're talking about a brit) they don't know the first thing about how they actually work.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                How about this line
                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?
                >Dan:No
                You know the one you keep ignoring? He's asking plain as day if there is anything pulling the case out of the chamber, and he says there isn't. You would have to be completely incompetent to say that in response to that clear unequivocal question.

                The fact that you sound extremely asshurt that this dumbass got exposed as being clueless leads me to believe that you might just be his gay lover after all LOL

                >I understood this as perhaps that guy that he's talking about the bcg here.
                Lmao unreal, guess I have to quote the video some more then since your pedantic ass is so desperately flailing for a way out of this that doesn't make you and your butt buddy look moronic.
                >Dan: That fires the bullet out, then the empty case gets ejected, so it's being pulled backwards using the force of the gas.
                >Gavin: So there's nothing actually pulling that back?

                Considering he said outright he was talking about the empty case, and NOT the BCG, I think it stands to reason that he was talking about the empty case, not the BCG.

                I admire your effort in exposing the bong.

                >Given his military experience
                His military experience means frick all. Soldiers drill on rifles, ie. practice a series of actions until they're muscle memory. Unless they're an armorer, or they were a gun owner before they joined (which is statistically near-zero likelihood given we're talking about a brit) they don't know the first thing about how they actually work.

                This. It's like saying that because someone drives a car to work everyday they're a car mechanic. Guns can be treated as something of a black box, and most people do. Since they're simpler machines and require more taking apart and maintenance it should be inevitable an actual gun user has SOME mildly more recognition of "hey there is a bunch of shit in here" and maybe learns some names, but that doesn't translate into knowing how any of it works. You can blindly learn how to take everything apart and put it back together again.

                Granted, owning a gun doesn't necessarily help with this either, that's not the same thing as making a gun. So really he's just lazy and has never put in some time to actually study the fundamentals.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >He probably heard the term keyholing somewhere, didn't know what it means
            Not defending this guy, but tbf my buddy assumed for ages that keyholing meant putting two rounds in the same hole kek. On most things gun related, he's perfectly competent and he's a pretty good shot

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >but tbf my buddy assumed for ages that keyholing meant putting two rounds in the same hole kek.
              But your buddy presumably isn't running a youtube channel purporting to educate others about firearms basics while making money on ads right? We all have our blindspots and things new to us, nothing wrong with that. But if you attempt to turn that into a channel yeah you should actually learn your shit through active effort.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >running a youtube channel purporting to educate others about firearms basics
                Is that what he's doing? I thought the Slo Mo Guys was just about watching shit blow up on high-speed recording

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Is that what he's doing? I thought the Slo Mo Guys was just about watching shit blow up on high-speed recording
                Not sure why everyone thinks he's a guntuber. The vast majority of their content is gun free, they just so the odd video on shooting because it lends itself to high-speed video recording. So for a guy who is not a guntuber and a it's a bong, yeah he seems pretty educated on firearms... aside from thinking the AR-15 is an open-bolt, blowback rifle.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >he seems pretty educated on firearms...
                >aside from thinking the AR-15 is an open-bolt, blowback rifle.
                >(also keyholing)
                Can't speak for other anons, my problem though is that I'm NOT a brilliant master gunsmith designing all my own guns. I know more than the average random normie, I know the basics of gas operation, extraction etc, but I don't have confidence that I can spot every oddball bit of bullshit about guns or other topics I'm not familiar with. So if I see someone completely frickup something pretty basic, and do so with confidence not "I don't know", then I can't really take anything else they say at face value either. I mean, I can still watch them just do stuff, but anything they describe about it will have big asterisks.

                Someone who did manufacturing could be just fine because they can watch it, enjoy what's real, and know for sure what is wrong. But with limited time I don't want to watch somebody who isn't willing to say "I don't know how that works" or spend 10 minutes themselves on youtube watching a few animations of how something works. Or just throws in "tech sound terms" to sound cool without knowing what they mean. That's a real red flag in general of a bullshitter, and bullshitters don't tend to do so about one single thing they'll do it about everything.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >aside from thinking the AR-15 is an open-bolt, blowback rifle
                Not sure about the rest, but I think it's pretty clear this was a joke mocking the anon that kept arguing this, as it's a pretty ignorant thing to actually think and his videos (when occasionally dealing with firearms) don't speak to that level of incompetence.
                >bullshitters don't tend to do so about one single thing they'll do it about everything
                This is an good point anon.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You've been repeatedly claiming this and carrying water, despite a video of his literally saying it in the most clear and simple words. You're trying really fricking hard to read it in his favor as much as you can, which is your call but really, really fricking obvious.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >You've been repeatedly claiming this and carrying water, despite a video of his literally saying it in the most clear and simple words.
                I'm not claiming he said that incorrect shit. The anon who posted the video seemed to be making those moronic claims. I'm saying if you watch the video, ignore the questions part and just look at his quick overview of the operation of the rifle, it's pretty fricking clear he knows how an AR-15 works. It's not that complicated. Some homosexual here wanted to be comically oblivious and selectively pluck some terse question responses while ignoring most of his initial statements, to push his position. It doesn't matter, anyone can watch the video and come to their own conclusion. For me, it's pretty fricking obvious that the bong knows the standard AR-15 is NOT a blowback or open-bolt rifle. Believe whatever you like.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Let it go anon, holy shit

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He thinks the honor of the crown hangs in the balance. He will continue posting until this thread is either pruned or expires just to get the last word. In his mind OP insulted the whole of Great Britain

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              two rounds in the same hole is also called keyholing. Because it makes sort of an elongated hole.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                No it fricking isn't. Drilling a hole isn't the same thing as keyholing.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          [...]
          something else I didn't even notice since it's at the end of the video, he talks about keyholing but says losing control on full auto is keyholing lmao. That's not even remotely fricking close to what keyholing is, this more than anything is revealing of the fact that he actually has no idea what he's talking about at all.
          He probably heard the term keyholing somewhere, didn't know what it means since its actual definition is somewhat technical, and assumed it meant vertical stringing from recoil under automatic fire.

          OP btfo. Amazing how this immediately prompted a bunch of coping and seething.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Great find anon
          Bongoloids BTFO once again

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Prior military and I think was actually infantry, deployed somewhere in the middle east, and I think he spent most of his time in as a grenadier of some sorts

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He *did* mix up Level III NIJ and Level IIIA NIJ at one point.
    Unforgivable.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    if you visit the US 4 times a year to film at a shooting range, you shoot more often than 80% of /k/

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He also spent a lot of time with Texans on his youtube channel so some of it probably rubbed off when they shoot the slo mo gun videos.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Nah, the UK has a gun culture, it's just rich and rural, not for poors and city folk. Also northern Ireland has weaker gun restrictions thanks to the troubles, if you want a gun move there

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >the UK has a gun culture
        There exists a niche subculture of clay shooting for the rich, but when people talk about gun culture, they're usually referring to guns being a bigger part of the society than just a pastime for the elite

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          That's the old gun culture. 35 or below do other types of shooting.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm sure they do, but there aren't even remotely enough of them to call it a "culture"

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Anon you gave never been here, and you're certainly not rich enough to go to some of the rare long, high rifle ranges this country harbours, what would you know.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >what would you know
                The statistics for gun ownership per 100 residents by country published by the United Nations.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                not that bong but I think you go too far, there can absolutely be "cultures" amongst a couple of million people. A few percent of the population would be huge for a lot of sports, hobbies, etc. Small percentages aren't the same as small absolute numbers.

                It's certainly not a major part of the overall cultural zeitgeist sure, and a tiny percentage will be a far more insular community, but I'm sure they've got something. Just not something we'd be interested in is all.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                That's why I called it a niche subculture. There's a bong on here who posted UK government statistics showing there are 500,000 people who own clay-shooting shotguns, with the average owner possessing 2.7 shotguns, I believe. That accounts for just about all of their gun ownership. The few people shooting rifles barely register in the stats.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Fair enough. I've been part of plenty of small subcultures (I mean shit, look where we fricking are), dunno 500k-1m still seems like a decent amount for a niche. But yeah on the scale of influencing anything it's nonexistent.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >"not rich enough to go to some of the rare long, high rifle ranges"
                >"not rich enough"
                >"rare"
                Really sounds like the criteria necessary to produce a culture.
                >He doesn't understand that a tiny cadre of wealthy elite congregating at exclusive ranges isn't a gun culture.
                >He doesn't understand US gun culture is called that because of the widespread, practically egalitarian ownership of firearms, regardless of class or income.
                >The Bong unironically describes a Nobility-class, and defends it.
                You clowns go on and on about the Magna Carta, but you never got the memo on Liberty.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Really sounds like the criteria necessary to produce a culture.
                Yes, poorgay.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >poorgay.
                (You)

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          In the US clay shooting is by boomer fudds with guns ranging from pricey to $400 shooting on a saturday

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    he was in the british army thing where he plays with explosives, he mentions it in their videos about c4

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He’s probably part of the upper caste and is allowed more liberties than the average bong

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Its the wrong decade to be shilling literal who's

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He served.
    Also, they can own guns.
    You fricking moron.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >He served.
      Meaningless.
      >Also, they can own guns.
      They can possess SOME guns under very strict circumstances, but having to surrender your bolt-action rifle if your range membership lapses isn't "ownership". Besides, statistically, almost none of them have guns anyway.
      Also, why are you pretending you aren't one of them?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Also, why are you pretending you aren't one of them?
        To be fair who, aside from indians, wants to be one of them.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >He served.
      Covered in the thread.
      >Also, they can own guns.
      They can own shotguns (barrel >24") so long as they have 2 round mags (lol!) or none, have extensive safe storage, and the police don't feel like saying no. For manual action rifles they need "good reason" (self defense hasn't been a good reason since 1968 in bongistan) subject to constant requirements. They might be able to get 22s or certain light enough air guns. Everything else is banned near universally.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That's not even mentioning that the type of ammo that they can get is heavily restricted (no expanding ammo or shot larger than a certain size unless you can prove you need it for shooting animals) and you can only buy and store as much as your license allots you.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    bongistanis seething hard ITT, I don't even understand why. why the frick do you care if people outside bongistan think you know about guns?

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >Anyone with half a brain can tell that all of the replies critical of Gav are one guy seething about the bongs
    If you don't think the bong youtuber is a moronic who has zero understanding of how the most popular rifle in the western world works, you're obviously his gay lover.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    If you think this guy is bad check out matsimus. He’s a former warrior IFV mechanic. He deleted the video of himself talking about his service because people kept making fun of the warrior

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because if you’ve ever watched bridgerton you would understand that the accuracy of the information matters far less than maintaining the status quo

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This is an anonymous imageboard and you still could not pay me to admit to watching that show here.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Didn't they work with wienerbite a lot in Texas?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yes they did. Rooster Teeth was originally going to be wiener Bite but the goverment said no when they tried to register it. And thus, Rooster Teeth was born.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't watch them a ton, but he says many erroneous things and bullshit in the gun stuff I have seen.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Since the thread died but I wanted to be autistic.

    [...]

    Pidgin English is just African styled English anon.
    They just make is easier for their African neighbours to understand them, even they don't pretend it's correct, but enough people speak it that it might as well be its own form of the English language.
    The BBC generally cares more about accommodation and outreach than control over the language. They are fully aware language is culture, and also just a way of communication and is not static, by enabling African Elites to learn a language closer to their own this then enables them to communicate using English ideas and idioms, but in their language style.

    Language is a WEAPON used to spread ideas, if you cannot translate properly your propaganda does not work, therefore the ability to transfer ideas using a hobbled translator language is valuable for communication and trade let alone propaganda, always remember that.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Where do I unsubscribe from your e-celeb blog?

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Burgers treat guns like a religion.
    The country's so new that the only symbolic tool of empowerment they've ever known has been the gun. Sword, bow, spear, they don't have the same deep cultural symbolism, and only exist in the military there due to it being a holdover from English practice, which they don't understand. It's a country formed by violent insurrection, and a good part of its culture comes from the idea of the empowerment of the common man. Using a gun.

    Bongs treat guns like a science. The country's always been relatively progressive in martial fields, and this graceless criticalness also manifests itself in guns. So while they don't have as much of a focus on guns culturally, bong's who're involved in them will tend to be more into the technical aspects. Both from lack of as easy a time getting and shooting them, but also from not seeing them as anything more symbolic or meaningful than another powertool with the capacity to be dangerous at range.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >The country's so new
      Yuropoors love to trot this one out when most of their COUNTRIES, as in the entities with their present borders and forms of government, didn't even exist when the US was founded. The brits at least can claim their borders are sorta similar except for most of Ireland breaking off, and of course losing their entire global empire and shrinking right back inwards. But the rest get real.

      Whatever you want to say about history, fact is that we've managed to grow and prosper under the same continuous constitution with an unbroken string of elections for 235 years. We've been the biggest economy since 1890. We've got plenty of flaws and fresh new challenges, but we've done pretty well as a country.

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OMG OMG OMG LOOK AT LITERALLY WHO SHILLING HIS OWN FRICKING YOUTUBE CHANNEL WOW

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    American "hazguns" "veteran" stated on national tv that an AR15 would break your shoulders

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