It's a handgun not a rifle !
It's actually a silencer for those occasions when loud noises might attract unwanted attention. :smile:
Is this the guy who owns a ninja glock too?
That video is great. I too carry my fixed blade in an ak47 sheath.
I especially liked the use of the lazer to control the typhoon. Although, I think technically if its on land it's a tornado, on water it's a typhoon. That may just be a ninja to english translation issue though.
I don't think a pistol bayonet is for me, but I'm working on converting a small butane torch into a pistol flamethrower....
Alaskapopo uses them guarding the mall he works as a rent a cop. How much more of an endorsement do you need?:35::35::35:
Actually, I do have one though I don't put it on a pistol. I have a Laserlyte pistol bayonet with a 3" blade that attaches with a picatinny style mount as part of the handle. I also have a PLR-16 I turned into a SBR (yes, I have the stamp from the ATF) with a lower rail on the front grip and the blade sticks about 2" past the end of the barrel. It's if the time ever comes I feel the need to get up close and personal!
I wouldn't want one but, if you do they are starting at like .99 Cents on Ebay. I guess nobody wants one. :biggrin2:
I like the blade just not the idea of having it on a pistol. The flamethrower would be very cool though :D
I carry mine weak side in a Kydex sheath next to the Kydex sheath that holds my spare 4 mags, the kydex sheath that holds my flip open wallet that carries my CHL badge, and the kydex sheath that holds my CHL sash. Funny thing is, my Hi Point doesn't even have a rail!
I have one for most my guns and use it all the time. Makes for a good reminder not to keep looking down the barrel of my guns.Quote:
Originally Posted by barstoolguru
I almost put my eye out the other day when I tried to look down the barrel of my Ruger LCP. So they make great reminders not to do that. :image035:
I definitely need one of these...it should make conversations much easier. Until now when ever I go out I carry my fixed blade in my teeth.
I can only see one practical purpose for this, and that would be hog hunting with a pistol. But I don't see how you would holster it, so I'm still not sure how practical it would be.