World's Dumbest Redneck

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World's Dumbest Redneck

Having crusaded for gun rights for the last four years MATTV2099 and other freedom loving patriots were rewarded with a huge win for gun freedom with the election of Donald Trump. Here we celebrate freedom with the latest Mattv2099 epic video. I present to you: World’s Dumbest Rednecks. Brah. Lets show our support for Donald Trump by determining, scientifically, how many purple drank’s various guns will penetrate.

We test how many purple drinks it takes to stop a glock 19 9mm bullet. We test FMJ vs Hollow Point. And also shoot the wrong caliber out of the g19. Check out this exciting new video by Mattv2099 – Matthewjamesbaest.

We test how many purple drinks it takes to stop a m44 Mosin nagant 7.62x54r bullet. We test FMJ ammunition. Check out this exciting new video by Mattv2099 – Matthewjamesbaest. M44 Mosin Nagant Vs Purple Drink.

What happens if you place a red hot muzzle brake on a bottle of purple drank? It was suggested that I do this and inhale the steam from the operation for maximum operational effectiveness. This is a new and exciting science experiment from mattv2099. Red Hot Muzzle Brake vs Purple Drink "RHMB"

The Glock food torture test is my signature operation. Combining guns and food the Red Jello Glock video launched my channel from obscurity into the blogosphere. Continuing on that theme I have built a regular series that still continues to pull in significant views. From gross to scrumptious we cover a broad range of so called "foods." The idea for this series came from my desire to spoof all the dirt and sand Glock torture tests with a Glock baked into a cake. Realizing that baking a cake was hard I instead decided to use jello. Because anyone can make jello, even a knucklehead like me. Sit back, relax and watch this playlist in it’s entirety. then come back often because there will always be more vids added.

The Glock function test is an operation where we subject the legendary Glock to unusual circumstances and observe how the Glock performs. Sometimes we test products or lubricants. Other times we test the Glock without important parts or with unnecessary parts added! Wrong ammunition? Parts from other glocks or guns? We even attempt to bust myths! Stopping short of exploding our gun! I primarily use a Glock 17 in my tests. Sometimes a Glock 19, Glock 23, Glock 22 or Glock 20 is featured.

Here are a few of my recent popular videos that you may like:
Glue vs Gun: youtu.be/Y6WBEc0rC0E
RHMB vs Ballistic Gel: youtu.be/plqdB8Xv8AM
Cooking Bacon on AK47: youtu.be/PastmpZnShQ
AK47 Nailgun: youtu.be/OiNnfG6b2XI
Weaponized Flashlight: youtu.be/6ZSs6bmk3Fg

Mattv2099 is a highly trained, lifelong target shooter. Mattv2099 follows the four rules of firearm safety. All operations that are conducted and uploaded to YouTube are entirely safe. These videos are highly edited. The videos show the comedic and entertaining highlights of painstakingly slow and safe shooting operations. The safety stuff is edited out because that is not fun or interesting to watch. Mattv2099 has advisors which include shooting instructors. These advisors will critique Mattv2099’s videos and let him know if and when he legitimately does something that is unsafe. Mattv2099 shoots safely but says stupid stuff in order to evoke an emotional response and thus get views on YouTube. Mattv2099’s videos are monetized via Google Adsense. Thanks for watching.

"Many firearms, including Glocks, are designed to be carried loaded with a round in the chamber. Unless the trigger is pulled, requiring a rather intentional effort with a Glock, they are completely safe. This was a goofy, pointless experiment, but his allegations that this was dangerous were invalid. If you mess with the trigger in some way, then yes. With an unmolested trigger, it really doesn’t matter what you do with the gun, loaded or not, perhaps aside from tossing it in the fireplace. They don’t discharge without pulling the trigger, ever, period. I’ve carried loaded and chambered Sigs and Glocks for decades. They’re totally safe. If someone is unable to NOT pull the trigger, they might be the kind of individual who should put their car in park and shut off the engine to avoid flooring the gas pedal at red lights, careening into oncoming traffic! This is probably not the type of person who should own firearms!"

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