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Sunday, 10 July 2022

With Love From Japan

I dunno where I stand on the Japanese prime minister getting whacked. I don't know enough about him... but perhaps this is a message our ruling class today needs to hear? They don't care about us, many actively hate us and we aren't going to get a fair shake from them. People that can't solve their differences peacefully will do it violently. Our leaders have some tough choices to make.


I am truly envious. What a magnificent piece of improvised engineering. Basically this thing is simply a black powder muzzle loading shotgun with electronic ignition! It might take me a month but I am certain I could make one of these myself. The electronic triggers are simply and inspired innovation. It doesn't look it... but that thing is simple, elegant... and effective.

But... good lord man! The Japs are weird - they can create magnificent works of art that will take your breath away... but they'll crank out a piece of shit like this? Apply the electronic ignition concept to something like maybe... a Nock Volley Gun?


NICE!!! I can see how the batteries might be integrated gracefully along the sides...



Outstanding! Just add home made black powder, and any metal debris and shrapnel off the shop floor...and you have an improvised tyrant killer! Double up for even more fun and effective cleaning action:



Sigh. 14 tickets to hell - all for deserving politicians! 

But I am sure something like this will never happen in Canada. Go ahead, Justin. Keep running your mouth. Keep running the country into the dirt and blaming the working middle class. I'm sure everything will be alright, and you have absolutely nothing to worry about. All your fart catchers will be fine too, I'm sure.

I have always said that smokeless powder is an uncouth passing fad... and I stand to be proven correct, hopefully sooner rather than later.

10 comments:

  1. Enough shoot this off, don't get caught and no way forensics could match up gun and what is used for grape shot... a perfect ghost gun! The jap got caught standing there holding it, in broad daylight with a crowd. He wanted the attention and notoriety.

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  2. I keep thinking of that guy who made it through Bill Gates's security and got close enough to pie him. Think they learned anything from that?

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  3. word is the guy was ex military, orifacer class. Abe was gung-ho for returning Japan to it's military/martial might of the 1930's, maybe the guy didn't want a 3rd, 4th and or 5th nuke being detonated on his country by poking China for the declining empire.

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  4. "[B]ut perhaps this is a message our ruling class today needs to hear?"

    No argument there. My pet peeve is they think of themselves as our ruling class and we actually refer to them that way. Pisses me off. I obey what I believe to be reasonable to get along with me neighbors, and they can go pound sand on the rest of it. Their egos may be that astronomical, but when it gets down to it, when they get hauled before the tribunals or picked off in the ambushes, they'll all wish they were someone else. And I hope to live to see the day where they are held accountable for their crimes.

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  5. This would *NEVER* had happened if the assassin had etched a serial number on the 2x4 wooden receiver of his homemade ghost gun.

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  6. That double Nock Volley Gun looks like it would be very heavy. Better eat your Wheaties before you try to aim that one.

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  7. I thought you were gonna post a Deep Purple song.
    Heh.

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  8. More proof that you can't stop the signal. The knowledge of how firearms work is common.....and they aren't complicated. Imagine what the assassin could have come up with if he had taken a decent amount of 'shop class' in school. Also the security forces in Japan were operating HUA....they allowed too many people to get to close to a public figure. You'd never get anywhere near close enough to use a crude weapon like that on a former head of state in the US or many western countries.

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  9. Gawd, not sure even Ahhnold Swarzenhagger could hold up that double barrel 18 shot firearm steady for a well aimed shot. Just imagine the weight of it - my left shoulder rotator cuff throbs just thinking about it.

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  10. An early Japanese version of a Claymore.

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