Drop The Gun: breaking the wakeboarding rules

"Drop The Gun" is a wakeboarding film featuring Andrew Adams, Davis Griffin, and Chris Abadie in the most unlikely spots.

No, it's not another western movie. The movie name "Drop The Gun" has been inspired by a lady and her newspaper. In this unusual wakeboarding film, you'll confirm that creativity is a blessing, even if you get into trouble with older gents.

"'Drop the Gun' is a new age professional wakeboard film unlike any other. The film takes you into the minds of three dedicated athletes as they transform features left unnoticed by society into a shredding playground," explain filmmakers Andrew Adams and Patrick Wieland.

You will travel with Adams, Griffin, and Abadie as each portray their unique outlook on what wakeboarding is, and what is possible when rules are ignored and limitations are lifted.

One last advice: don't try similar stunts at your local park, river or in your neighbour's private lake. You might end up "deleted".

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