Antagonist Title : Being a spoof of the Bond movies, Goldmember is used in place of Goldfinger as the title. Goldmember is indeed the antagonist, just not the only one. Roboto are not authentic Japanese names. Bait-and-Switch Silhouette : A mook believes he is seeing an impossible silhouette of a man with a small arm for a penis, who shakes hands with it and bites it before giving birth.
It turns out to be Austin, Mini-Me, some tubing and an apple. Big Bad Duumvirate : Dr. Evil teams up with Goldmember against Austin Powers. Borrowed Catchphrase : At the end, Dr. Evil says "Yeah baby! Just trying it on. Evil's curse words were edited, radio edit-style. Save World From Certain Doom. Find True Love.
Go To Outer Space. Travel Through Time, Backward and Forward. Be Cryogenically Frozen. Catch Dr. Evil in the First Act. Threesome with Japanese Twins. Earn Daddy's Respect. Goldmember: Your fajah is about to have an unfortunate smelting accident! Austin: "Nothing could be My Father from the truth. For me this is a Dad issue Deadbeat dad!
Daddy didn't love me! Ozzy: These filmmakers are just [bleep] boobs! Kelly: What do you mean, Dad? Ozzy: Well, they're usin' the same [bleep] jokes they did in the last Austin Powers movie.
John Travolta as Goldmember: Hey guys, do I have time for one last smoke and pancake or what!? Evil: Uh oh! Somebody's got some daddy issues! Austin: Nothing could be my father from the truth. Evil: Oop Evil: HOW! Austin: Didn't! Did not! Evil: Shappah! Austin: For me, this is a dad issue. Evil: Oop. Austin: Dead issue! Evil: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to my submarine lair. It's long, hard and full of seamen! Not even a titter?
Roboto: Why don't I just, uh, speak in English? Austin: Yes, that would be helpful! Then we wouldn't continue to misread your subtitles, making it seem that you're saying things that are dirty!
Nigel Powers: Have you any idea how many anonymous henchmen I've killed? Look at you! You don't even have a name tag! You've got no chance. Why don't you just fall down? Japanese Man 1: RUN! IT'S Godzilla! Japanese Man 2 : It looks like Godzilla, but due to international copyright laws, it's not. Japanese Man 2: Though it isn't. Goldmember: Dr. Evil, can I paint his [Nigel Powers'] yoo-hoo gold? It's kind of my thing, you know. Evil: pilots his mechanical chair up close to Goldmember How about "No", you crazy Dutch bastard?!
Austin: Dr. Evil's not your son! Nigel: You both are. That way you can use the brake as your thread-adapter. You could buy a brake for your Sako thread and put it on that rifle, and a different brake for other rifles … and the suppressor would work on all of them.
Those are what most of the top shooters in the Precision Rifle Series are using, and what I personally have confidence in.
Hope this helps, buddy! It will be hard to do that, since suppressors are so heavily-regulated, but I know it would help a lot of shooters in your position. When I was looking at the results of your muzzle break study does the APA micro bastard have the same recoil reduction as the fat bastard and little bastard that you did the studies on?
How much? Your guess is as good as mine. There is really no way to know for sure without mounting it up and testing it. Thanks, Russell. I hope that it provides a lot of insight into one aspect of precision shooting that has been largely neglected in terms of objective comparisons.
If that happens, we all win. Ah, the I have a special spot in my heart for the It was my first centerfire rifle, and the only rifle I owned from The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) time I was 12 until I was Such a great all-around cartridge.
That is the standard thread pattern for cartridges in that 6mm through 30 caliber range, so that makes more sense for your Use a little Loctite on it and it will be solid. That would get you to a standard thread for that caliber, so all that is left is finding a skinny brake that looks appropriate on your barrel.
It was just as skinny as the Shrewd or OPS brake, but it was actually effective at reducing recoil. You might just call them and see. Great question, Russell!
A greater distance between baffles also seems like it would lower the pressure and allow more gas to be redirected off the bullet path, which would make it more effective at reducing recoil. But there has to be a point of diminishing returns. At least that is my theory! Cal- Thanks for the extensive testing of brakes. Which would you highly recommend for ? Thanks, Tim. Glad you found it helpful. Really, all of these are designed to be ideal for the That is probably the cartridge most of the manufacturers had in mind for these models.
I was The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) brakes for mid-sized cartridges with this test, and the is the most popular mid-sized cartridge. But there are a lot of good options in this test. Thanks for the info. The Blast Tamer is a great one too. Impact Precision is that same way too, if you were looking for a little more compact package. If you were looking for super-compact, the WTO brake would be a good choice.
The Hollands could be the most popular for a good all-around brake on a high-end custom rifle. There are lots of good choices, depending on your application and priorities.
Honestly, most of the brakes I included are WAY better than some other ones on the market. Thanks for the prompt response. I looked at the brakes you recommended. Does the impact precision and blast tamer pretty much the same thing? The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) the Blast Tamer and Impact Precision have straight 90 degree baffles, so the blast patterns will be similar. The Impact Precision is a 2 port design, with one blast chamber larger than the other, and the Blast Tamer is The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) in 3 or 4 port designs all with evenly spaced baffles.
And make no mistake, they are all loud. Here is an excerpt from my sound test post that gives what I think is a helpful analogy here:. Neither would be pleasant! Likewise, none of these brakes are pleasant. Great article and I follow your posts with great interest! I ordered one at the beginning of June and still no word on when it will ship over four months now. Just an FYI as some might be looking to purchase one due to the results of this study, and there is no indication of this delay on their web site.
Thanks for sharing, Greg. Honestly, this field test likely contributed to that problem. My bad. Thanks for sharing your experience, Bill. It seems like those guys have been able to keep up with the demand that this field test caused. Cal- Not trying to stress about deciding on a new brak. Do you have any experience with the brake from Precision Armament? Precision Armament might be amazing, but none of the top shooters are using them in the PRS and you have no data to help you make an informed decision.
I hate to admit it but the JP Recoil Eliminator would work great. But boy is it ugly. JEC is back ordered. Again, another fantastic test. I also find your ability to put all the data out in what seems to be the perfect order — every time I thought you might miss something or had a question you covered it almost immediately after I started thinking about it.
To me this product category is one of the harder ones to cover due to the products being fairly cheap compared to the rest of the LR equipment out there The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) easy to produce which means there are literally tons on the market.
One question relating to all your reviews — you always have great information you pull from various sources. In what order would you suggest reading the Litz books? Hey, TT. Thanks for the thoughtful feedback. There are a ton of brakes out there, but there seems to be very little science driving the development … like pretty much zero. So I was just hoping this might help manufacturers understand how they could take a pragmatic, data-driven approach to product development, and kick-start that by showing which designs seemed to work the best.
And you ask a tough question. I view it as the foundation for most of what I know. Bryan has a heavy technical background, but puts a lot of effort into framing the concepts in a way the typical shooter can understand and apply.
I still watch that at least once a year. Todd could likely be the most respected long-range rifle trainers in the world. Both he and Bryan are experts among experts, but they have a very different approach. Here is a quote from Todd that illustrates his approach:. One should understand that a lot of the formulas out there are not correct. My formulas are built around where the bullet hits. What I do is build formulas that replicate the actual performance of the flight path of the bullet.
I find Bryan and Todd balance each other very well, so I try to balance my training by listening to both of them. This helps you put all those things into perspective. Like everyone else, I had a lot of misconceptions this help correct. It made me a better shooter. Hey, do you think it would be possible for someone to build an adjustable brake to be able to dial in the movement after a shot to stay on target?
That is an interesting idea. The Boss system allows you to twist it to turn the brake off essentially covering the side portsso if you had a way to adjust how big the holes were coming out of the top of brake … you could then tune the amount of gas that was offsetting the muzzle rise. The moving parts might affect how reliable or durable the brake is, because there can be significant carbon build-up on a muzzle device.
Lots and lots of muzzle brake designers have read The Precisions* - Someone To Watch Over Me / Cleopatra (Vinyl) post. But maybe one of those guys will try it out. I appreciate your comment. Have you had any experience with the AWC products? I wonder how this combination would match up to the brakes that you tested. Thanks for all time and effort you put into your site.
I thought it would be of interest to you. The Thunderbeast is very impressive. Thanks man! Thanks for sharing, Scott. At some point, I think someone independent needs to do sound and recoil tests on suppressors.
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