In this absurd (and oddly satisfying) supercut, gamer and hobbyist reloader Kommander Karl reloads a series of domestic objects in the style of first-person shooter videogames.
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It sounds silly to say, but I suppose if there's a "lesson" in here for product designers, it's that loading batteries into an object or mounting and demounting accessories is indeed more satisfying when there's both tactile and auditory feedback. (Then again, this might only apply to the generation raised on that goofy "gear up" scene in 1985's Commando.)
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