...I've been busy with THE BEST DEFENSE scenarios over the last couple of days and will be through the week. I'd be posting those annoying pictures from the set, but the phone app I used to do that "up and died" like the dog Teddy in the old song "Mr. Bojangles." Last night we ran our CCW holder suspicious person confrontation — you might recognize that circumstance — and out was...interesting. Among the four of us...me, Seeklander, Janich and Marty Hayes, it still took an hour or so to actually figure out how the sim needed to run. Seeklander got to be the victims, and yes, we'll have to bleep him.
We're heading into high season for filming (SHOOTING GALLERY, THE BEST DEFENSE and ELITE TACTICAL UNIT are all in production between now and the end of the year), so the blogposts typically get shorted.
I also have several "project guns" for both SHOOTING GALLERY and DRTV that are in various stages of planning/completion/complete disarray, including a tack-driving .22LR AR-15, a lightweight break-down AR package, a suppressed Ruger charger and probably some other stuff I've completely forgotten. I think I've run out of available RAM for my head, to tell the truth.
One of the new Crimson Trace green lasers arrived here yesterday. When I get a chance I'll mount it up on a Glock 19 and let you all know how it works. The big advantage of green lasers, of course, is their much more visible in the daylight than their red counterparts. The trade-off has always been lessened battery life, but in general lasers don't run continuously so the battery issue doesn't usually come up.
Two scenarios to do today...