American Guns...anybody seen it on TV?

Pedro

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Once you've watched a few, it becomes pretty boring. It's always the same. Someone comes in and wants a gun made, the owner flies off in a helicopter to do a big deal with a gun collector millionaire, the employees or family members bicker amongst themselves and it ends with some customer shooting at a target of some sort that miraculously explodes.

I see it's been cancelled by the Discovery Channel and they're not even going to show repeats, following the Sandy Hook School shooting. Which is a shame I suppose as it's harmless really.
 

Jager SA

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That one was quality, I only stopped shouting at the tv to laugh at them (note that AT not WITH!!)

Oh jees, the paint job on that fu**ing thing was hilarious and it only cost 2k to paint on a 5k budget! I was howling! First and last viewing of that cr*p, too painful!
 

gelert

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Never heard so much horshi*...building a .338 lap mag for 1000yrd out of a Montana Action. Lol



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Still would tho.:D
 

charadam

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When was the last time we saw a BBC programme, however risible, on a UK gunmaking concern?

​Apart from BAE Systems that is.
 

Donkey Basher

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Oh jees, the paint job on that fu**ing thing was hilarious and it only cost 2k to paint on a 5k budget! I was howling! First and last viewing of that cr*p, too painful!

Could have got a nice pink duracoat job for a lot less eh James!!

Have to say their 'gunsmithing' reminds me a bit of dodgy back street mechanics... :rofl:
 

xavierdoc

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I watched a couple of episodes before realising it wasn't going to get better. Utter gash.

The one about Redjacket is similarly formulaic.

I did enjoy "Top shots", which was more about shooting than about "Orange County Gunsmiths".
 
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