January 10th, 2017 by jhines

Rockin ‘n Rollin’ with a Shotgun

When it comes to rapid shotgun fire, this is just about as good as it gets! Never mind the XRAIL system that this guy is using on his shotgun.
Shotgun fans out there will debate over a better system to use, like one of the comments below and that it has no real world application. (umm, fire power is a huge debate)

But other than that, just the pure fun and excitement of shooting it on rapid is exhilarating, you can’t argue that. This guy puts some mods (XRAIL System) to his shotgun in order to fire 23 rounds in just under 4 seconds! Anyone shoot more than that in one shoot?

See the action below.

Pretty cool, huh! Lets chime in on the subject of firepower, some of school of thoughts think spraying that many rounds from a shotgun is not practical. We’re going to stay neutral on this, but would love to hear what you all have to say about that below in the comments.

Heres the overall of what people are saying about this shotgun:






Sources: Weapons World Facebook, Jesse Males


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January 5th, 2017 by jhines

Please Do Not Try this at Home

We’ve all have read and heard of elite hostage rescue team practice shooting live rounds at targets next to a real live person sitting or standing there. The rationale is to instill confidence in the skills of these elite marksman and a pony show for the distinguished visitors who are observing.

But other than that, would you trust your shooting buddy to stand next to the target while he takes a shot? Would you really stand downrange so he can practice his shot? Well thats exactly what this guy did in the video from Weapons World Facebook.

This shooter did it while the handgun was holstered and used a timer to initiate the drill. Not sure if this is fantastic or necessary to go the extreme to develop more confidence in your marksmanship or to show off. What are your thoughts?, please comment below.

Here’s what others are saying about this:






Sources: Weapons World Facebook, Eric Nestor


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