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22 Responses to Die Wall! Die!

  1. Pretty cool setup, I wonder what the cost per square inch would be?
    Maybe this is something that could allow smaller ranges to permit
    the use of larger caliber guns indoors.

  2. This is a very timely post, since I’ve been thinking about
    redecorating. Does it come in Dover White?

  3. I could put this up in my basement–that is if I had a basement,
    and if it weren’t illegal to discharge firearms within city limits.
    Has someone sent this to the City of Chicago to show that ranges
    are not inherently dangerous after all?

  4. At first I wasn’t convinced, but the stab-shooting performed with
    the AR certainly swayed me. I guess that’s one way to increase your
    muzzle velocity.

  5. Wow, I’m impressed. I wonder how it holds up after thousands of
    rounds? I wouldn’t want to be the one to find out that it doesn’t
    work after long term use.

  6. I don’t care how safe they say it is. I would never stand that
    close to a wall and shoot my AR willingly. Especially a wall that
    is supposed to stop the bullet. Maybe it’s just me.

    • That way two guys get hurt in the event of a failure of “The
      Wall!!!” Seriously though what is with the hand and the lay down
      shooting. Kinda weird guys, kinda weird.

    • That way, the shooter knows where the cameraman is without having
      to look behind him.

  7. This type of technology would be great to replace those hand
    grenade “tire houses” we used in the military.

  8. That would make me nervous as a cat in a room full of rocking
    chairs. I don’t care how much it’s been tested. I don’t want to be
    that one in a million malfunction. I’ll be watching for lawsuits on
    this one.

  9. I’d have to see some rapid fire .308 before I trusted it, but yowza
    – that looks pretty awesome. Perfect for a basement or other
    add-on, and you wouldn’t be shooting it point blank anyway – shots
    would be done at least a few yards away. Do want.

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