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Old 01-23-2010, 02:03 AM
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well, im gonna be the one to break the ice.
i watch him on youtube on we talked about him in some earlier topics.
i think he's kinda neat.

oh! and im hoping to get some pics of my shotgun, we should be going to a range or feild sometime tomorrow!

but back on topic:
you?

EDIT:OOH-RAH! i forgot this is my 100th post! im one of you guys now!
im now part of the ''in group'' or....something....yeah...
senior member....*sniff* i'd like to thank: the acadamey, the guys, and the forum...you guys never lost hope in me.....

so uh....yeah..that's all
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Old 01-23-2010, 02:54 AM
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I just mentioned him in the SHOT show thread and I'm all but certain that's why you made this thread.

I watch his gun reviews and a few of his survival videos, and I enjoy it as well as learn. I would watch everything if I didn't have to dick around with youtube load times.

I don't think he likes me very much too, because in a comment I sent to him, I mentioned (in a highly complimentary post) that he had used one of MPM2008s images in a video, which would not go over well if MPM found out, and he didn't allow the comment on his page. It might just be for his own protection but I just watch his videos without any communication between them and me. I know he means well to the general public and that's enough.
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Old 01-23-2010, 03:42 AM
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which image was it?
oh well...
he's not meh favorite. but he kills time when ur bored and surfin' the internet.
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Old 01-23-2010, 03:43 AM
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He used MPM's picture of the Remington 870 Police folder in his Combat Shotgun review, or at least it looked like MPM's image.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:31 AM
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I disagree with him on several things (weight, firepower) but he does a good job showing features of guns and has some good knowlege.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:41 AM
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yeah...
he doesnt know everything but he does get most of his facts right
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I've watched a few of his videos. He does a thorough job on reviewing guns. He's too much of a Glock fan for my taste though. (I've handled a few Glocks, I die a little inside every time, I don't think I'll ever warm up to them.) He likes to compare it to any gun, despite that the other gun was made long before Glock. He rambles on sometimes too.
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Old 02-10-2010, 06:21 AM
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Yeah he has a tendency to ramble, but in one of his recent videos he said that he was coming off as too much of a Glock proponent and would try to stay more balanced in the future. I personally don't mind the grip but it's not fantastic. All in all he does a good job of his reviews, and I have nothing but respect for him and what he does, he just seems to rub people in a weird way.
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Hes way too into weight (sing almuminm ammo in a kahr pm9) and thinks firepower=how many bullets you have. Like saying a fn 5-7 beats a glock since it holds a few more rounds even though the fn is an overglorified .22mag.

I love seeing unbiased reviews though and he does do a good job showing features. I do find it weird he praises the g17 but always borrows it from a friend and doesnt but his own


Rugersix also has some good reviews, less in-depth but he does some older classics and shows disassembly, shooting impressions, etc.

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Old 02-12-2010, 04:25 AM
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I find Nutnfancy kind of annoying. Donít know if I can really pinpoint it on any one thing. I like Rugersix videos a lot. To me I think Nutnfancy comes too close to saying so and so is wrong, but thatís just my opinion. Rugersix gives you just the basics specs, disasmble, and little bit of history. I personally like that style. I think Nutnfancy has a few times given his opions on knives or certain guns without really handling them. Either way he has a loyal following and good points.
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