No matter how tough it looks to get into these gun safes, you can see how 10 dollars (hand saw) can get you into one of these heavy gun safes.
Daniel Shaw of GunMag Warehouse discuss with Jeremy Strafford of Guns & Ammo Magazine about this Glock 19X hate. The focus of the conversation is really about who this gun was design for.
Booth videos at Shotshow usually suck. Its a media guy and a company rep getting forced to say nothing but awesome things about a product.
Well these two guys, an Army Ranger and a Marine didn’t follow the template, they gave insights into practical use when your life depends on it.
Now these guys from John Coffee FB took this mitigation to the air via helicopter. Have a look.
How realistic is it to disarm someone pointing a Beretta 92FS pistol at you? You can see this in one of Jet Li’s movie, “Lethal Weapon 4”. Youtuber Ian McCallom examines how this is possible.
Despite hitting harder than the .357 Magnum and with less recoil than the .44 Magnum, the .41 Remington Magnum has been unfairly overshadowed since 1964.
No this isn’t the “Do the Hustle” but “Do the Demolition” dance, one can only do this when you have fired the AT4 Anti-Tank gun and make a successful hit, see for yourself.
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Back in the WWII era, Disney did their part to help Uncle Sam by making instructional films on how to use the Boys anti-tank rifle.
This vintage video from VDMA Youtube goes over the instructions on the employment of the .55-caliber rifle, This was used to stop or slow down an armored vehicle.
Physicist Andreas Wahl put himself in front of a weapon submerged in water and fires it on himself. All of this in the name of science.
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Farmers like Robert Runkles shared a video on Youtube, showing how he uses long-range firepower to mitigate this problem.
Mr Runkles utilizes a .50 BMG to make this incredible shot from 902 yards.
Tannerite is an explosives and there are instances where accident happens when one doesn’t heed to safety.
Like this 23-year-old David Pressley and some friends put about three pounds of Tannerite into an old riding mower with the intent to shoot it and blow it up with the explosive.
Many people have made some really nice authentic looking replicas like the 1911 and Glocks. But, its not too often that you find one that can actually shoot a .22 bullet.
How reliable do you think your handgun is? Do you think you can fire it at sub-zero degrees? Youtuber Brass Fetcher froze his Sig 45 1911 for two hours prior to testing his gun out, come and see the results in slow-motion.
Take a look at this old gadget, possibly for old spy or gansta weapon that features a single shot pistol attached to the body of a folding pocketknife, with the bore running parallel to the blade and a folding trigger that is shaped like a corkscrew.