FPS Russia released a Q&A video where he breaks the fourth wall and sheds off his Russian Persona to talk to the audience as Kyle, a guy who makes gun videos and lives in Georgia. He answers a few questions from Twitter such as “What is the best gun for HD”, “What is the best […] Read More … The post FPS Russia Breaks The 4th Wall appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
FPS Russia released a video a couple days ago to educate his viewers briefly on how he obtains the NFA items in his various videos. The explanation is rather straightforward and simple. The post How FPS Russia Gets NFA Items appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
YouTube's most popular firearms enthusiast has expanded to a second medium. FPSRussia has released FPS Russia: The Game, where players take the role of the Dmitri Potapoff as he fights off waves of baddies. FPSRussia creator Kyle Myers...Show More Summary
FPS Russia, the personality behind one of the most subscribed channels on YouTube, has released his first officially licensed video game for iPad, iPhone and iPod developed by Zaah, a digital creative agency. FPS Russia: The Game 1.0.5 is a continuous runner and shooter game for iOS that uses weapons, vehicles and themes established from [...]Show More Summary
FPS Russia is a very popular YouTube Channel consisting of videos involving weapons and explosives. The channel specializes in producing video with rare and entertaining weapons. The actor, Kyle Myers, speaks with a Russian accent but is a Georgia native. … Continue reading ?
Last week, a body was discovered in Carnesville, Georgia. It belonged to 32-year-old Keith Ratliff, who was a producer on the YouTube series FPS Russia. Ratliff had died of a single bullet wound, execution-style, to the back of the head. FPS Russia has not posted a new video since. More »
Keith Ratliff. On January 3, the producer of popular gun-loving YouTube channel "FPS Russia" was found dead in Georgia at his business. Keith Ratliff, 32, was discovered with a single bullet in the back of his head. Scattered around him were various weapons, some of which he'd modified himself. Show More Summary
Evidently there are some corners of the Internet I haven't discovered, because if I had, I'd know all about the guys behind the FPS Russia YouTube channel, which is one of the top-viewed channels on the Internet these days. The guy in front of the camera in that video lives on. Show More Summary
Keith Ratliff, the manager of FPS Russia, the 3rd most popular youtube channel was found dead yesterday, tied up to a chair and shot in the back of the head.The radio and media at large isn’t mentioning the exact details, however this is a very important thing. Show More Summary
FPS Russia, who's racked up 3 million YouTube subscribers by firing off flashy weaponry from video games, has raised the Kickstarter funds for a game of his own (based on the channel, of course).
FPS Russia is one of my favorite YouTubers, because I get to live vicariously through him shooting weapons that I doubt I could get my hands on. More »
Youtube star FPS Russia has started a gun company called FPS Industries. Their slogan is "a World Leader in Military Technologies". This is a bold statement coming from a new company that has not yet launched a product or, as far as I am aware, developed any new technologies. Their upcoming rifle is the BR-556, [...]
Youtube star FPS Russia looks to be getting a rifle named after him, reports Aftermath Gun Club The teaser photo indicates an AR-15 upper receiver with a forward return spring and non-reciprocal folding charging handle.
Don't give me any of that "slow news day" crap or I'll start posting Lesnar updates. What does Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Joe Lauzon do in his spare time? Eat cheeseburgers. Lots of them. So many, in fact, thatShow More Summary
What do you get when you combine a prototype hover vehicle similar to the Parrot AR Drone which can be flown with an iPad and sub-machinegun? Trigger-happy YouTuber FPS Russia recently posted a video showing us just exactly what --"Sharlene".
Those zany cats at FPS Russia are at it again. This time around, the crew has a quadrotor with a submachine gun. The coolest part of it all is that the whole setup is controlled with an iPad! The video below shows the quadrotor in action, terrorizing cars, dummies, and more. Check it out and bask in the awesomeness.
FPS Russia has created a prototype Quadrotor equipped with sub-machine gun using a 100 round clip.
Where you're looking: it's not where the quadrocopter is in the video. This is a video from that fake Ruskie guy of a quadrocopter with an attached machine gun. The video was sponsored by Call of Duty, presumably because the machine gun quadrocopter will be a usable weapon in the upcoming game. Show More Summary
The FPS Russia people made this video showing a "prototype" quadrotor equipped with a machine gun. Yes, a remote controlled flying machine gun. They take it for a spin and shoot some targets, as they usually do. More »
FPS Russia shows off what his his M2 semi-automatic 12-gauge shotgun can do, but around the 2 minute mark he gets down to business, playing baseball the only way he knows how. Link More Awesome Stuff for You to Click On: Baseball > DaughterCirque du BaseballElectric Baseball Bat FiddleBaseball ChimpRocket Launcher Baseball