yeah…John Wick for sure.
cause you won’t be able to hear me coming
Sorry @Caw ,
I’m just not real familiar with these Hollyweird type characters such as John-boy you’re alluding to…
back in the real world, I’d be far more afraid, in fact pissing in my paints afraid, of any young sheriff about to jack me up more than anything else, cause accidental shootings is a real-thing around these parts.
My wife’s cousin was killed by one a few years back.
Its a quote from John Wick. Basically he is an assasin out for revenge against the mob. Keeanu Reeves actually trained for the role, Taran Butler trained him.
I’d be one dead sucker with that kind of tactic that’s for sure
I’m sorry about your wife’s cousin.
With all of you content creators here @Full30 now,
I would’ve thought perhaps some of you would’v made a decent video of what ‘NOT TO DO’ when being pulled over by the authorities, or when one comes to your home serving any kind of warrant and you being a law a bidding conceal gun carrier/owner.
Maybe some of you have already, I haven’t gotten around to all the videos just yet.
my wife’s cousin was an accidental shooting by the local sheriff serving a warrant for someone that wasn’t even associated with the family. The authorities mistaking arrived at the wrong address.
One sheriff deputy accidentally fired one round through the outside wall of the house. The round went entirely through the wall and struck my wife’s cousin in the head. The shot killed her instantly while she was sitting in her chair watching TV at the time.
Local sheriff deputy still has his job today.
Hard to believe, but it’s true.
Sorry to hear it man.
Yes, very sorry to listen to this tragic story, even more so to guess it wont close as likely hoped.
Sorry for your loss.
I watched that video. John Lovell is great.
I’m too boring for anyone to want to hunt
Who else misses @TickledDog ?
Everyone I’m sure
Another member I miss. Yall remember this guy?
I don’t know how much of an introduction I need to make, but then I suppose a good number of you don’t know who I am.
I go by “MAC” which is Military Arms Channel however my name is Tim. I started MAC a decade ago on YouTube.
I’m a founder of Full30 in that I was one of the original 3 guys with the vision to create an alternative to YouTube. I’ve been preaching for 5 years or so that YouTube would eventually push us aside and I, along with our oringal founding partners, agreed someone had to step-up and build a new home for the firearms and outdoor community. Most of the bigger players initially thought I was off my rocker and believed YouTube would be our friends forever.
Full30 was born.
I don’t have much to do with the day to day business operations of Full30. I am part of the overall management, but I’m not an employee or anything. I’m funded completely by my Patreon support and merch sales of t-shirts and such.
I am a political activist. I spend equal amounts of time these days creating content and fighting for our 2A rights. This week I signed on to a lawsuit to sue the government, with the assistance of my friends at Gun Owners of America, over the pending bumpstock ban. Aside from that I work with groups who promote net neutrality and communicate with congressmen and senators, along with various gun rights groups in an ongoing mission to do my part to stop new anti-gun laws from happening, fight the tide of political biases and censorship online and to roll back already existing anti-gun laws.
It’s a full time gig that keeps me working 7 days a week from 6am until midnight or later most every day.
I’ve collected firearms for 30 years. I once was an Executive VP for an international advertising firm (two actually) and single. So I made good money, lived alone and invested in firearms. That gave me the foundation for my YouTube channel.
YouTube sucks. It’s a monopoly that is also a major political actor that, as fate would have it, sides with socialist/communist political philosophies and is vehemently anti-gun on top of that. They discriminate against several groups in their censorship, harassment and inconsisent contractual treatment of their content creators… and I combat that as much as I can as well.
Full30, I believe is the future for content but it’s up to each and every one of us to spread that message.
Sure, there have been some upstarts that raced to market during the last big scare where everyone thought gun Chanel’s were getting the boot from YouTube, but these poorly conceived and executed sites are already falling by the wayside. Full30 is the oldest, best built, most stable and most committed to our community. Others will come and go, but Full30 is the oldest and proved what others said couldn’t be done could in fact be done, if done right.
Ok, I’ve rambled on enough. Oh, and don’t take anything I’ve said above to be a statement of “I did this”. While the original idea was in part mine, the execution and day to day management falls to the partners who have done an amazing job while I continue to focus on my content creation and political activism. Mark and Scott have done the heavy lifting around here making Full30 what it is today.
Thanks all for being part of the community. Please spread the word and revcruit creators and consumers to help grow our thriving community.
holy crap he is real
Tim been a long since “we” talked.
dammit FiveEight I thought he was back