Yeah, Leathermans can be quite deadly.
Edit: I now see there is a firearm in there. It blended in quite well.
Out of curiosity, why is the CPU cooler oriented to pull air downward? That seems counter to the typical airflow in a tower.
I built a gaming PC but didn't include the gun for budgetary reasons. Does that mean my gaming PC is not going to work for violent games now? Or is the gun a product of the games, like if I play a lot of violent games can I open up the case and find a shiny new Sig waiting for me?
If so, can you recommend the most violent games that will lead to the formation of a high-quality firearm like a Sig? I wouldn't want to play the wrong games and end up with a HiPoint...
Nah it’s not the “devils gun” (ar). You’re alright, that’s pg.
Specs are as follows:
**Graphics Card:** EVGA GTX980 Super Clocked
**Motherboard:** ASUS TUF SABERTOOTH X99 LGA2011-V3
**RAM:** Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8 gigs)
**Firepower:** Sig Sauer P220 Tactical (2015 anniversary edition)
**CPU:** Intel Boxed Core i7-6850K
**Utilities:** Leatherman Wave with Damascus steel blade
**Sound Card:** Creative Sound Blaster ZxR
**Power Supply:** Seasonic X-850(SS-850KM3 Active PFC F3) 850W 80 Plus Gold ATX12V/EPS12V
Feel free to ask any questions how it all runs!
Nice rig. The PC isn’t too bad either.
My SP2022 was easily my best firearm purchase. I’m probably going to eventually get one of Sig’s 1911s or possibly replace my Kahr CM9 with a Sig 365.
That would imply that guns are equivalent to violence, and you would be wrong. Being a gun owner, you should know better.
Not your FBI carrier here.
Remove this immediately.
That must've been rattling like crazy.
Fan dust filters my man, pack of 12 on Amazon for like $8. Also GPU Brace $14 or use the screw through the back of the slot method.
I would be worried about the *heat* that PCs packin.
I see what you did. “Force” that’s violent.