Skip to comments.NERF Gun John Wick
Posted on 11/06/2018 5:03:01 AM PST by w1n1
Tell us if you've done this, come on fess up, you have at least one NERF gun in your home or office and have done the following when no one is watching: 'sliced the pie', hostage shots, body armor drills, quick-draw Doc Holliday trigger guard spins, open shirtless apex carry, look in the mirror and say 'you looking at me?', double tap on swimsuit model posters and long range "sniping".
If you've done any of this you're a John Wick fan. Youtuber Corridor Digital did a three minutes of awesomeness a while back, substituting NERF guns for the real deal, but leaving the action and effects in place. The choreograph and editing on this video is great for a "B" movie, lots of laughs here. Check out NERF gun John Wick.
LOL, Really?!? I’ve carried both professionally and civilian my entire adult life and I never even considered doing that.....
If one has time to be doing such things at work, one should be updating one’s resume. Someone is always watching and bosses generally don’t like employees wasting time on frivolous play activities.
Thanks. That was great. Now I won’t have to watch the movie.
I don’t even let my kids play with guns.
Loved it. Mindless violence.
If he ran for President instead of Kerry’s tagline “Did you know he was in Vietnam”
John Wick’s slogan would be “Did you know he once killed a man with a pencil, A PENCIL.”
Did you know he once killed a man with a pencil, A PENCIL.
Quick on the “draw” and slinging lots of “lead”. 2B or H4 pencil? Some are more deadly than others and need to be “erased”.
That’s the reason why, you know what is at risk. While Reeves may have gone to a few sessions of ISPSA/IPSC/IDPA etc to gain perspective, not one of the “stages” in the movie were done with even blanks, all done with props, effects edited in afterwards. Even a shot with a blank would mess up the off hand/body part if covered at arm’s distance or less when fired.
Anyways, many folks have no idea how easy it would be to shoot oneself....
Recently, I was at a cigar store enjoying a nice smoke and began talking to a nice older gentleman sitting next to me...I noticed that he was missing his index finger....
Sensing an interesting story, I asked him how it happened....
He told me that a couple of years earlier he was handling his pistol while cleaning and shot his finger off....after several painful surgeries and an attempted re-attachment, he finally gave up and had the doctors permanently remove it.....
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