Browning Hi-Point: Death by Tabletop Review

I know nutnfancy’s tabletop reviews have had more hits than Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes (go ask grandpa). And I don’t disagree with anything The Late Boy Scout says about the Browning Hi-Point in this 21:04 magnum opus (so to speak). But at some point, watching someone’s manicured hand fiddle about with a gun while the off-camera commentator prattles on about said weapon becomes a direct violation of Article 4 of the Geneva Convention. This is especially true when the gun reviewer fondles the gun above a list that tells you exactly where you are—-and how far you have to go—in their not so carefully rehearsed presentation. Note to tabletoppers: shoot the damn thing before someone shoots themselves.


  1. avatar Rabbi says:

    "Note to tabletoppers: shoot the damn thing before someone shoots themselves." ROFL

  2. avatar TTACer says:

    That dude's stuff is sooo boring. I used to watch Motorweek, so I have a pretty high tolerance.

  3. avatar Daverino says:

    I don't understand. Has someone kidnapped you and forced you to watch internet videos?

    Seriously though, I will never understand the sense of entitlement people have when watching youtube.

    If you don't like it or think you can do better; then either don't watch the video or make your own video.

    This is so fundamental in my opinion that I cannot even begin to grasp the argument.

    1. avatar Toxic_shock says:

      I know only about Browning Hi-Powers… unless Browning merged with Hi-Point and created a new, ugly gun.

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