That marine took out 6 pillboxes with seven flamethrowers, he would use one up and had to crawl back for a fresh one every time, nobody else was bringing them to him.
If we ever have a brass shortage I am digging his grave up after he passes away because I know I will find the biggest set of brass balls on earth.
And they let him take out a pillbox one last time, it was a tear jerker.
Overall the show is improving, at first I was dismayed at their apparently abundant use of large grinders on firearms, their “masterkeye” episode left me confused because I have several decades of machining, fabrication and also a hobbyist gunsmith and I would have done something different.
But starting with episode 3 they are doing the “Don’t do this at home” spiel and they also created a scene about the NFA waiting period to obtain a silenced shotgun. I guess that disappointed a ton of Saiga blingers!
The episode of the ma deuce was a bit corny, the additional strategic drama reeks of the overdone cartoonish explanations of what might happen in Ice Road Truckers.
Using a pneumatic air hammer so casually like that shows total amateurism, either that or a revival of Confederate ingenuity. I like the girl, the dad reminds me of my own who was a Marine Corp Demolitions expert.
I hope the show does good and doesn’t have the stench of manufactured drama like they did with other reality shows.
“Overall the show is improving, at first I was dismayed at their apparently abundant use of large grinders on firearms”
What kind of grinder? i dind’t see the episode? I’m going to set mu DVR to recoed the next one.
Are you talking about a hand grinder you see welders use in fab shops to knock the rough edges of plate or something?
or a machine tool type of grinder?