I post some of the best comments below the video.
Brian is a great guy!
We need a FMJ bullet test done with a similar door to those at Mandalay Bay, which is apparently is (commenter says) 1.5 inch MDF pressboard with a simple primer and a couple coats of semi or high gloss latex paint.
I noticed this from the recent report: LVMPD Report: Detective allegedly saw Mandalay shooter standing in shooter position – smoke but no muzzle flashes
Also, the left Mandalay window doesn’t look broken in any of the videos taken during the concert. The right one is too dark to show up.
Do any of the guns look like the have flash hiders, or are they all muzzle brakes or noise suppressors? I have yet to see any evidence of or documentation of flash hiders.
Brian Wilcox, who did the AR video, commented:
Also, you can’t see any smoke coming out of those windows. The sky was clear that night around the hotel. Not to mention they said the smoke detectors went off. I install fire Suppression systems and fire alarms in hotels and commercial buildings. Have now for 17 years, And when the smoke detector is set off, the fire strobes go off as well. And they are extremely bright for obvious reasons. You would have definitely seen those through the hotel window. Yet we see nothing
the best suppressor is only efficient for about 50 rounds. At 100 rounds + they are virtually useless at that point. And yes, the AR’S I see in the crime seen photos are your basic suppressor, which is what I am using.
A Facebook group wanting to “burn…alive” a U.S. Christian pro-family activist who takes bold stances against feminism, political correctness, and the LGBT lobby “doesn’t go against…Community Standards,” according to Facebook.
Conservative blogger Elizabeth Johnston, also known as “The Activist Mommy,” took umbrage when she found a Facebook group called “I will find The Activist Mommy and burn whoever runs it alive.” The Activist Mommy’s common sense and bucking of political correctness have gained her large online audiences. Her social media accounts have been targeted for censorship by Facebook and Twitter.
Johnston first reported the group to Facebook for “harassment” and then encouraged others to flag it.
Facebook responded to Johnston, saying that the group didn’t “go against one of [Facebook’s] specific community standards.”