They started off with Art of the Tactical Carbine, then naturally followed that up with a hit sequel Art of the Tactical Carbine II. After that, Magpul Dynamics put out Art of the Dynamic Handgun and Art of the Dynamic Shotgun. So, you would think they would be done with their soon to be released Art of the Precision Rifle–well, not so fast, or very fast depending on how you look at it.
If you’ve been paying attention to Magpul’s facebook and blog, you’ll see that they’ve been working on vehicles for quite a while. They actually have a facebook page called Magpul Heavy, which they showcase some of the vehicles they’ve been playing with. At SHOT SHOW ’10, some attendees at internet viewers could have seen Magpul’s Unimog, which perfectly epitomizes Magpul in a vehicle. Also, Magpul just came back from Europe, where they were competing in the Breslau Rallye with one of their modified Unimogs. So why would Magpul be dumping all this money into vehicles; I doubt they’re about to release Unimogs or even their motorcycle, the Ronin, anytime soon. Plus, that’s not really the Magpul family’s style. Magpul usually tests, tests, and then test their product some more then Magpul Dynamics will tease us with shots of the products in their videos (take a look at Art of the Tactical Carbine II and you’ll spot the Masada, aka ACR, and some other products they released after the video). So the only thing left since they’ve ran out of gun platforms to instruct on, would be a platform that all shooters universally utilize in one way or another–a vehicle.
“Oh Gunblog, you’re just speculating.” Are we? I will say, I have unofficial confirmation that they have definitely shot footage for this upcoming video. From who? Well, lets just say if there was a horse’s mouth, his bearded one would be it. We were asked not to release this info at the time it was given to us, since it was in casual conversation; however, with repeated emails going unanswered asking if we can release the Magpul Dynamics Driving Video news has lead us to believe they won’t mind.
When asked about the Dynamic Driving Video our source had some very interesting things to say such as, “We rented a Cadillac CTS and by the end of an afternoon of shooting, the tires on that thing were completely bald; the car rental company is definitely going to have to buy new tires for it. We had it screeching the whole way around the track.” I asked if there was anything about guns in the video, and sadly I don’t believe there will be. If the video is fully produced and released, it’ll probably focus more on defense driving, and military driving techniques such as evasive driving and driving in combat conditions. Expect it to be like Magpul’s Arial Platform video, but with less gun play and less for a military niche market and more applicable to a broader base since everyone drives.
Hopefully, we don’t get in too much trouble for releasing this info, being that it hasn’t been confirmed (I would hate for the last words I hear to be, “BUST ‘EM!!!). The only thing that we know for sure is that they’ve shot footage, no word on if or when the Magpul Dynamics Driving Video will be released, but it would be completely awesome to see Chris Costa drifting around in a CTS.