Home Fun and Games Know When To Say When: Ultimate AR-15 Mall Ninja Tactical Zombie Edition Fun and GamesGear NewsRifles Know When To Say When: Ultimate AR-15 Mall Ninja Tactical Zombie Edition By - July 8, 2012 27 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. — Antoine de Saint-Exupery. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Classic Blunder Edition Statement About Shield Sights Footprint By CEO James White Gun Meme of the Day: Shock And Awe Edition 27 COMMENTS Did that buy really yell, “Wolverines”? That could very well be the stupidest thing I’ve seen in quite some time. Reply Some people have no sense of humor. Reply True dat!! It looks like something the guy from Machete will use!! Retards Reply I mean guy Reply Someone has too much time, and too much money to waste Reply These guys have a gun store. They have a youtube channel where they test things and give opinions on equipment. They make fun of mall ninjas quite a bit, this video is clearly in the same vein. Reply The only thing he’s missing is a cupholder. Reply He should patent the design and market it to Hollyweird movie armorers. It could be used in a SciFi futuristic B movie. Much money could be made. Hopefully used for much better designs. Reply When “because I can” goes too far… In reality though, those guys make some pretty good videos, and they’re entitled to do something dumb just for fun occasionally, just like the rest of us. Reply Frankly, it looks fatiguing, just from pulling the trigger. Reply I see a shark in their future. The not-to-distant future. Reply I see a shark right now, lpoking hungrily up at them from between their waterskis. Reply Earth to Mr. Awesome: Zombies don’t care that your trigger finger got tired. If you’re going to waste all that ammo, try bump-firing instead. At least it’ll sound cooler. Reply Needs more cow bell. Reply Should they fear ther reaper? Reply What a magnificent waste of ammunition…what they didn’t show was that out of seventy five zombies, fifty five escaped unhurt. Reply The swap time on that chunk of mags is icing on the cake. He needs a few of these instead. Reply Or even better, just do the belt fed AR15 conversion. http://www.dndguns.com/shrike.htm Reply We must remember that during a zombie apocalypse the gyms will be permanently closed.Thus,that AR doubles as a weight bar when you’re not running away from the undead.Remember the Rule regarding Cardio! Reply amazing. awesome. stupendous. an ar that didn’t jam. it looked to me like he changed trigger fingers also. must have been a physical trial firing that much ammo. Reply “You cannot be awesome without this rifle.” I love that line so very, very much. Also, gun noob question: how badly would the barrel heat up after steadily firing 270 rounds like that? How badly would it throw off accuracy? Reply You would want to have a glove on your forward hand because the barrel would indeed be very hot, and otherwise it would get very uncomfortable if not painful. Reply two words: Beta Mag Reply Tactical hillbilly’s! Reply Slow zombies are best combatted by a three-man team. One has a dog-catcher pole to hold the zombie. One has a pickaxe to finish the zombie. One has a firearm and serves as a leader/lookout. How ironic was this video? Was it mocking mall ninjas or ironically depicting those who mock mall ninjas? Gaah post-modern hipsterism is hard. Reply I’ve been watching these guys’ youtube channel for months now. They know this is way over the top and did it for laughs. I really enjoy their videos. Reply You know you’re firing a lot of rounds when you switch to your middle finger to fire. Sure, it’s over the top – but they clearly live in a free state. Looks like life, liberty, and the pursuit of the perfect AR-15 to me. 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.