Johnny Muller, of Kansas City, built an AR-10, by piecing together components and a little instruction from his military buddy.
Its that Christmas time of the year, this classic “Let it Snow” is highlighted with trumpet harmoniously working together with the blast of the Glock.
6.5 Creedmoor has gained in popularity as a great selection for medium to long range (500-1000 yards) shooting, even the U.S military is looking at this option for their M4.
Gunfighters range from different occupations including lawman, outlaws and cowboys but are more commonly known as hired guns of the Old West.
Here’s Youtuber Mark Schutzius taking down a running hog with his single shot, .45-70 rifle. Looks like he was sporting a “Trapdoor Springfield”.
The .458 Winchester Magnum was designed for hunting dangerous game by emulating the performance of powerful English double rifle cartridges in a bolt action.
From the outside appearances it looks like any ordinary semi-auto shotgun. But, man when you squeeze that trigger its fully auto!
It is ironic that a country built on a tradition of rifle marksmanship took nearly 200 years to formally embrace the sniper.
The video, released after an Arizona jury acquitted the officer of murder, renewed calls for reforms in law enforcement. Activists calls it an execution.
Youtuber FPS Russia, has some serious videos of action/explosive mayhem shots. Such as shooting at an object with tannerite that explodes on impact.
If you want to see the Dragon’s Breath from your shotgun, all you need is steel wool rounds.
Desperate times calls for desperate measures, when its the final option. High risk commandos and warriors were conceived with best laid plans to execute.
Here’s an inside animation that highlights the loading, firing & reloading sequence which gives you a different perspective on how a lever action gun works.
These days most concealed carriers refer to smaller handguns less than a .45 caliber as “mouse guns.” We’re talking about the Browning .25 ACP.