Home Handguns What’s Wrong With This Picture: Field Stripping. A Tec-9 Handguns What’s Wrong With This Picture: Field Stripping. A Tec-9 By Robert Farago - February 14, 2012 24 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ [HTML1] ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Basic Gun Skills: Why You Still Need to Know How to Run a Revolver…and Other Pistol Types, Too The Truth About GLOCKs [VIDEO] Six-Shooting Diamonds In The Rough: Colt Police Positive and Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolvers 24 COMMENTS I love the control of both their trigger fingers. The camera man puts his finger in the shot and don’t get me started on the girl. Field strip step one: place finger on trigger. Edited for typo. Reply What was the point of this post? The video was not just a little creepy. I’m not sure what was worse, the obvious feeble attempt at cheesecake, or doing everything in slow motion and silently, like you’re trying to not wake the baby… Honestly, I’d have stopped it about 35 seconds in, when she demonstrated a lack of basic skill with the screwdriver (which I’m pretty sure isn’t the right tool for pushing that pin out) and probably scratched the side of the receiver, but I let it play on solely out of morbid curiosity. Again, why? Reply “What was the point of this post?” —– Bewbs. Duh. 😉 It was comical to see her handle every part as if it were made of solidified nitroglycerin, though. Reply Just to be clear, I understood the point was bewbs. 🙂 I just found the whole thing so painful and forced that it removed any titillation value. (See what I did there?) Reply +10 internets. I do see what you did there. I have an urge to suckle. only thing that would be better, since it is valentine’s day, is if she wore a red lace bra and her matching red thong showed just a hint over the camo pants. Reply Honestly, that has got to be the weirdest gun video I’ve seen in a while. The whole “help me, I’m a prisoner in this nerd’s basement” look on the woman’s face made it impossible to watch. Reply Yeah. I’m pretty sure there was a cuff and chain around her ankle tethering her to the guy’s water heater. I couldn’t get through the whole thing. Reply You don’t have a girl chained to your water heater? Nah I’ve gotta agree that did feel a little creepy watching that video. Reply Eyehandy.com does it much better with the glock. Reply We’ve already blogged that. Worth a second look though . . . Reply What absolutely slays me is that she’s dead serious through the whole thing, and then lets out just a hint of a smile at the very end, right before she pulls the trigger. If you miss it, I recommend starting over at the beginning of the video, to get the full effect. Reply Sorry, I forgot to put the “What’s Wrong with this Picture” in the headline. Amended. Reply Ah, that makes much more sense now. Reply Okay. THAT was creepy! Thanks for the link to Eyehandy.com. It was a good antidote for the Tec-9 video. Reply I’m glad that I’m not the only one that got a seriously creepy vibe off of this. She really had that POW look in her eyes as she went thru the motions. Reply Take that finger off the trigger. I get a kick out of the complaining because the woman did not speak. That is the ideal woman. Reply +1 silence is golden Reply What’s really wrong with the picture? Black bra under the white top and those fugly camo pants? Puh-leez. Call the fashion police. Now. Carson Kressley would have a stroke. Reply agreed, no camo, please. Reply I think that I can hear the cameraman doing deep breathing in the background. She should not be wearing a black bra under her white top. Reply Noticed the black bra, didn’t notice the pants. Guess I will have to watch it a few more times and see if I notice her pants. Can you wear out the play button on a video ? Reply There is a gun in the video? I did not notice! Reply There were hands in the picture? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.