In a previous post, I reckoned a stupid video about “gun juggling” was the dumbest gun video ever. You know; until the next one. First of all, I admit it: I didn’t know gun juggling was a thing. As I’ve mentioned before, I can’t play firearms-based video games; I find them more addictive (if less fattening) than Amy’s Mexican vanilla ice cream drizzled with hot fudge sauce. Second of all, here it is: the next one. So much fail in so long a time. Still, if there is such a thing as a good bad movie (e.g., Mystery Men), this is a wonderful terrible video. Just sayin’ . . .

Steampunk guns are aesthetically palatable to a mainstream audience because they’re fun! Which is welcome. Anything that lowers the emotional barrier to entry for firearms freedom fence straddlers and hoplophobes helps the cause. Which includes NERF guns, of course. In fact, a lot steampunk guns look like NERF guns on acid. Still, you couldn’t get much further from a GLOCK if you tried. Have you tried? If not, a word of advice: buy a glue gun. And don’t let a steampunk cop see you with it in Baltimore. That is all.