Why God Created the Shotgun

So cool and geeky nano-bot engineers can watch ignorant Marines with high school degrees (and $189 shotguns) blow their precious creations out of the sky for sport. These look impressive otherwise.

Oh, I’m sure these little critters won’t be able to be jammed electronically or anything. But if they can’t be, the Remington 870-P, and the soldier, sailor, airman, and Marine, is in the arsenal. Ducks, dove, and geese taste better though.

I used to love playing Galaga, by the way. Next wonder weapon, please. Semper Fidelis.

UPDATE

Amazon.com thinks they’ll  be making deliveries this way?

  • maria

    Frank I wanted to share this article with you. It will be in the New York Times Magazine this coming Sunday, God Bless, Maria Sawick
    Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2012 19:12
    To: Sawick 1stLt Terence C (2-11 Golf Btry XO)
    Subject: article

    LT Sawick,

    I want to thank you and your marines for allowing me to embed with the
    battery. The article is now up online:

    http://www.nytimes.com/pages/magazine/index.html

    And here’s a slideshow of some of Joel’s portraits:

    http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2012/02/05/magazine/afghanistan-marines
    .html?ref=magazine#1

    I hope you like the project. Please keep in touch.

    Luke

    • Frank Weathers

      Thanks Maria. I remember praying for this young lad, Lt. Sawick! I’ll do so again.

  • http://www.bedlamorparnassus.com Magister Christianus

    Where to begin? LOVE the “coexist” logo that is cool in and of itself while also making fun of the absurd, syncretistic bumper sticker we all see. Also love the Galaga reference. Loved playing that in college. Nearly got kicked out of Aladdin’s Castle with my girlfriend (now my wife) for being too vocal while playing it. She was mortified, of course. I have enjoyed shooting a shotgun at clay pigeons. What a rush!

    • Frank Weathers

      Once at an All-Hands managers meeting, back at Logistics Corporate GHQ (former career), those of us who didn’t golf, had a chance to go the sporting clays shooting route for “team-building.” Yours truly won $100 during the Annie Oakley round. Fun stuff. These little locusts and dragonflies are neat, but susceptible to the boom-stick.

  • http://tonylayne.blogspot.com/ Anthony S. Layne

    Now … is there a purpose to these little boogers, or did the team develop them just because they could?

    • Frank Weathers

      Probably a military application of some sort. I dunno, really.

  • Phil Cathell

    Frank,
    I have that CoEXIST logo hanging up in my office. I am a firm believer in firearm diversity, 8 brands and counting!

    Phil

  • http://www.chesterton.org Sean P. Dailey

    Oohrah! And that’s how you shitcan a drone!

    • Frank Weathers

      At close quarters, methinks they would be as susceptible to the broom as they are to the boomstick.

  • Lesley Hughes

    “….Ignorant Marines with high school degrees…” was this phrase necessary to get your point across?

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/yimcatholic/ Frank Weathers

      Absolutely.

      Semper Fidelis


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