The ‘Heat’ Course of Fire

In the pantheon of Heist movies, it does not get any better than Michael Mann’s 1995’s Heat.

(Yes it stars that lib-tard crybaby Robert De Niro but it also starred Al Pacino, Val Kilmer and Tom Sizemore, so it evens itself out.)

Michael Mann’s movies are known for intense firearm realism, not only in their manual of arms but also in the tactics used. This can be seen in the gun battle after the Bank Robbery in Heat which was choreographed by an ex-SAS Commando.

You can also see some nifty training and tactics in Thief (1981), Collateral (2004) and Miami Vice (2006) to name a few.

Anyways, the guys over at Forgotten Weapons decided to make the shootout in Heat into a Course of Fire, complete with the heavy bags of “money”. 🤠

Fun Watch!

 

What Common or Household Objects will Stop Bullets?

What Common or Household Objects will Stop Bullets?

 

I highly recommend to all my readers to check out my fellow Texan Ole’ Painless’ site Box O’ Truth for very practical penetration testing.

Remember: Gunfights never happen where you want them to!

 

The Five Worst Guns for Self-Defense

The Five Worst Guns for Self-Defense

Some practical common sense advice.

If you are going to carry a gun to protect your life and the life of your loved one’s, don’t be a cheap idiot: spend the money for a quality firearm and some quality training!

 

Paul Gomez, The Urban AK and the Century Arms AK63D

PAUL GOMEZ, THE URBAN AK, AND THE CENTURY ARMS AK63D

 

Outstanding read for all you fellow AK Disciples.

Remember: AR’s are Prom Queens, AK’s are Biker Chicks.