Gunness

i love how, super tiny shadow looking like a toddler on his human-sized motorcycle doesnt register as comical to the people who made shth and all the merch and stuff like. this is somehow cool to them

HE CANT EVEN SEE AND HIS FEET DONT REACH THE PEDALS AND HES HOLDING A GUN LONGER THAN HIS WHOLE BODY

Ammo Awareness

This may be common practice for most of you, but whenever I buy a box of ammo, I always check each round when I get home. Some people think it’s not really necessary.

The quality of ammo is dependent on the source. Factory ammo from any of the large established companies is fore the most part good to go. It’s usually old surplus, foreign or boutique ammo that can be suspect to possible issues.

However, that doesn’t mean brand name factory ammo is problem free. With the demand for popular calibers having increased over the past few years, quality control can sometimes slip when you’re pushing out more quantity.

Here’s one example. Police Sergeant attending an Advanced SWAT Team course noticed something strange about a round he was about to insert into his magazine.

To facilitate the ease of loading, our team emptied dozens of boxes of ammunition into a couple of military ammunition cans and an empty cardboard ammunition box. The following pictures are of one such .40 caliber cartridge that I pulled out of the can and thankfully noticed before loading into a magazine. One side appeared fairly normal, the other side…well something went horribly wrong.

Check your ammo. Whether it’s a few minutes or couple of hours, it’s time well spent. Much better than having a blown up gun and a serious injury occur.