Gentlemen — OFWGs who know who you are — don’t give me that “there’s 11:18 of my life I’ll never get back.” BS. Think of the children! The ones for whom vines.com‘s six second videos seem like an eternity. Let’s celebrate the fact that Texas Tech cheerleader, huntress and YouTube proto-sensation Kendall Jones teaches these Khardasian-raised firearms enthusiasts one rule of gun safety: “when traveling with a gun you always want it pointed in the air.” Close enough! The PR company [metaphorically] behind Kendall reckon this video’s been seen by 100k peeps. The YouTube counter counts 48k at the time of writing. Who cares? Not to coin a phrase, game on!

24 Responses to Kendall Jones: Game On! The Future of Hunting Shows! Or Not!

    • Kendall was likely selected not for her looks, but because of all that “Kill Kendall Jones” Facebook brouhaha that went on a few months ago.

    • They’re just a couple Tomboys. Not too bad looking though. They probably fit somewhere in the safe zone on the crazy/hot matrix. I’m actually happy this isn’t another TnA gun exploitation project. Not that there isn’t a market for that but this was decent.

    • I agree. And I hate to say it, but Kendall Jones is weird looking enough I couldn’t stop thinking about it while I watched the vid.

  1. Well considering Kendell is not a professional she isn’t bad.
    She is a normal college girl who likes hunting. For all the girls out there I think she presents a good role model overall. Certainly compared to most she is way better.
    For that I support her..

  2. I always hated most hunting shows because that’s how people think all hunters are. We get all dressed up so if we’re lucky we can have a photo op with a dead animal. I’ve seen worse. At least they didn’t try and make it “Xtreme”.

  3. I stopped the video as soon as they started doing those duck-face selfies. Can’t stand duck-face and why people think it’s hot is beyond me.

  4. 99% of hunting shows:
    Bubba spends 30 seconds whispering to his cameraman in a tree stand, until a 96-point, 18,000 pound buck finds the pile of bait food and deer urine he just dumped 30 yards upwind. He shoots it, ejaculates in his pants, thanks his sponsor (Hornady) and the next thing you see is Bubba (out of breath) holding up the rack and talking about what a difficult shot that was.

    This show = 1000% better by comparison.

  5. Not sure if a “canned” hunt was the best way to go, given all the uproar. I know this was a nuisance hunt like pigs or those rat things in florida. But people are going to look at this a some bimbo shooting a tied up animal. Probably not the image they wanted to project.

    • Not sure what you mean by “canned hunt” and “tied up animals”. My understanding is that the usual method for hunting gators, whatever the purpose (hides, meat, nuisance control) is the one described here–basically it is glorified “fishing” with industrial-strength hooks and lines, and you dispatch your “catches” with a bullet. To me, a “canned hunt’ means you have enclosed the quarry in a restricted area so the “hunter” is guaranteed a kill.

      • Then that “usual method” should not have been the first episode. It barely looks like “hunting” — more like fishing. Sure, it’s an adventure, and a lot more action-packed than sitting in a tree stand, but the shooting part seems incidental.

        • Like I said on the bear hunting post a couple weeks ago, hunting is not just about shooting, there is a whole world of traditional, practical, and interesting methods to explore and practice. Many of which were developed before modern firearms came onto the scene.

  6. Could be good for helping to get a new crop of youth into hunting and firearms. Anything to bury Sons Of Guns!

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