I agree, hilarious. However, I must point out as a former LEO, that the rounds pumped into the suspect as he is on the floor are meat for a prosecutor. the shooter would find himslef being charged with murder. The BG was down and no longer a threat, so the additional rounds were not necessary, and could bring a charge of First Degree Murder. I do agree these two have way too much time on their hands.
Ditto that. The video was funny but these people seem reckless. They're also vastly overestimating the power of a .22; it's hardly capable of rapidly stopping a charging crackhead.These guys have obviously been exposed to a lot of lead paint as kids.
1. A phonebook does not constitute an adequate backstop.
2. Using ANY firearm in an unventilated hallway is just asking for both lead and mercury poisoning over time.
3. Hearing protection...a gun shot in a hallway is like sticking your head in a ringing church bell.
4. inability to ensure the safety of anyone or anything behind the target area
5. I DO NOT WANT THESE GUYS WITHIN 1500 YDS OF ME WITH A FIREARM THEY AIN'T SAFE
Really 35 dollars for a phone book? Here in NH you can get a truck load for free as many as you would like. Pikc them up at the post office, or you can have them shipped to your house.
Ditto that. The video was funny but these people seem reckless. They're also vastly overestimating the power of a .22; it's hardly capable of rapidly stopping a charging crackhead.