Girls Shooting T65 Thermal Scope FLIR on Full Auto SAW M249 Machine Gun and SCAR HEAVY .308

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Our last video for Shot Show 2013 with the SPI Barrel Protector received a lot of attention but many folks objected to our blatant use of an AIRSOFT gun. So to make sure that we are more politically correct this time we went to our friends at battlefield Vegas and demoed our thermal scopes on some real firepower. Fully automatic, belt feed, smoke belching shoulder cracking firepower. And to answer all the comments about using one poor girl to gratuitously sell our products we humbly apologize. To make it up to you this time we had her bring a friend. So now there are two girls shooting real guns with hot thermal scopes. Enough said.

Crystal and Jessica are really cute girls shooting some awesome weapons at battlefield Las Vegas. We took the women to the range to test out the x28 thermal rifle scope and the T-65 FLIR Thermal Scope Clip ON. The girls shot the SAW M249 full automatic belt feed machine gun while wearing the famous bullet bra bikini. The SAW was equipped with the FLIR T65 and it held up great to the repeated firing. Girls and guns make our country great don’t they? This is what the second amendment is all about hot chicks with weapons defending our freedom and the constitution of the United States of America. The fun didn’t stop at the SAW. Jessica and Crystal shot the Chris Vector .45 ACP sub machine gun. The CV 45 is a wild looking close quarter combat rifle and mounted with the X28 thermal scope its a deadly tool. The girls shot the Chris Vector .45 and did great. The big dog came out to play as well. The guys at battlefieldvegas.com pulled out the SCAR HEAVY .308 rifle platform. I think they were trying to bruise the poor girls. We mounted up the T65 as a clip on thermal scope in front of the existing day optic and let the women go to town. Lead was flying and shell casings littered the floor. The girls got down on the floor and started collecting the casings to make jewelery and yes a new bullet bra! To end the day we went into the secret gun vault bunker at battlefield to see their collection of weapons. They have every kind of gun you could imagine. .50 caliber machine guns, grenade launchers, historic weapons, custom rifles and even a Hello Kitty AK-47. It was a great day of guns, girls and testing our newest thermal scopes. To see the X28 and all the thermal imaging FLIR cameras you could ever want check out the experts at SPI CORP www.x20.org or call them at 702-369-3966. There is a website being set up specifically for the FLIR T65 thermal scope at www.flirt65.com.
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