Squeezing the trigger of the pistol with the toes on his left foot and aiming with his steadying right foot, he warns: 'Tell them: "If they want to come and screw with the U.S., come on!"'
The man, armed without any arms, even uses his feet to reload the weapon, placing the bullets between his toes and feeding them into the pistol.
Not wanting to rely entirely on a man with no arms that can shoot with his feet to protect the country aside, there's a worthwhile video of the foot pews in action after the jump, which brings up an interested question: how do you protect yourself from a man who can shoot with his feet? Give up? Knot his laces. But seriously -- good lookin', Michael, I'm proud of ya. Next stop: ninja sword.
Okay, so the Black Mesa short is a little higher in production value.
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