I’m not much of a gamer; gun games are WAY too addictive. I couldn’t run this blog and game. Or take care of my daughter. Or the dogs. Or myself. Not to mention the fact that video games can be a tad expensive. kotaku.com reports that a gamer named The Dahn “managed to painstakingly amass a glittering arsenal of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in-game items that total out to a real money value of between $7,500 and $9,000. And now he’s getting rid of them all.” . . .
That’s a lot of money for guns that don’t exist – at least in the physical sense. Then again, if you add up all the man-hours required to collect the weapons (if you even could) it’s a bargain! I’d rather spend my money on a real world Nightforce 5-25×56 F1 B.E.A.S.T. scope and a troika of Aimpoints. Either that or the mortgage. You?