Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Matt

    Wow that guy is hoss.

  • primo capo

    it is a victory of the human soul.

  • Jesse

    That is absolutely insane.

  • WeaponBuilder

    WOW. I am humbled & impressed!

    That’s just awesome, and inpsiring!

    I have friends that are lightly handicapped, and for some reason they believe that they simply could NOT shoot a firearm due to their disability. I think this video might help inspire them.

    Thanks for posting this!

  • SpudGun

    That is toe-tally awesome and an amazing feet (sorry for the puns), but seriously, that is very inspiring and incredible to see.

  • Glen

    Some men will go to great lengths to keep and bear arms.

  • http://theroadtograndmaster.wordpress.com Beth N.

    Wow….that’s truly an inspiring video!

  • Jim

    I am absolutely floored by this.

  • http://www.therebelbroker.com The RebelBroker

    Wow. I think that goes to show that you are really only as limited as you believe you are.

  • http://guywithguns.blogspot.com Chris

    And yet many states would deny him the right to Keep and Bear arms due to his disability.

  • Axel Nordberg

    Very awesome! I wonder what other guns he’s shooting.

  • Jeff M

    Where are all the firearm safety nazis?

  • http://www.predatorwild.com Heath

    Stuff like this makes me feel like a chump when I complain about something.

  • Falcon500

    I should really stop complaining about bad things that happen to me.

  • DC

    I was impressed until he started reloading the magazine. Then I was amazed.

  • Rifleman336

    Wow!! Now all he needs after he gets his CCW license is a good ankle holster!!! :P

  • zack991

    I was going to say that what he is doing is incredibly stupid, then I seen he had no arms. It just amazing what a person can do when you put your mind to it.

  • greasyjohn

    It could be a whole new market. 1911 makers could brag about who has the best ambidextrous toe safety!

  • Joel

    Wow, that is amazing, noy only that he can shoot it, but also load the magazines. One question though, can he field strip and clean it? ;)

  • http://www.sourcesoft.cl Nathan

    He is not the only one:
    http://nrablog.com/post/2010/08/04/NRA-member-Jim-Templeman.aspx
    Yeah that should be an inspiration for all of us.

  • Kyle

    We need to throw in a few bucks to get a gunsmith to pin that thumb safety. :)

  • Justin Grigg

    This just shows you don’t need arms to bear arms. :)

    But for real this is an amazing guy. When it started I was thinking “Ok, he can shoot it, but theres no way he can reload the mag….” and bam, he starting reloading.

  • Big Toe

    I would like to start out by thanking you all for the nice comments. They were toe-tally aw some. lol
    My name is Michael Strong, aka: Big Toe. I was running through some of the many web-sites that are posting my video when I saw the Firearm Blog., read the comments and thought I’d say hi.
    First, I have bad news, it’s not a 1911. It’s a Witness, made by Tanfoglio. I tried a 1911. I couldn’t get it to set in between my big and second toe far enough to press the grip safety in all the way.
    I tried a Glock. The wide grip was my first problem. Was very hard to get a good, solid grip. Second problem was that when a Glock ejects a spent round, it tends to come straight out, instead of that little arch that a 1911 gives you. So each brass bounced off the top of my right big toe.
    When I tried the Tanfoglio, it fit between my toes great, very smooth action, and no brass hitting my toe.
    To answer a couple of the questions. I have shot a .22, a .38, a .357, a 30 cal. carbine pistol, the .45 (my baby), a .410, a 20 gauge bolt action, 12 gauge, and I deer hunt with a Pardner 10 gauge. Yes, I can field strip and clean the pistol. I’m working on putting that on video too.
    Lol, the safety is a pain, but I think it can be worked a bit to where it won’t hit my toe anymore, but where I can still put it on with no problem.
    Well all, thank you very much for listening to me ramble, lol. I hope I have answered a couple of questions, and had some fun. Good luck, keep shooting, and Happy Thanksgiving!

  • http://www.predatorwild.com Heath

    He has a video up now where he loads a magazine on his own using his feet.

  • chris

    Inspiring guy!! :) I’m gonna practice reloading with my foot so i can have more shooting time with my hands.. ;)