Archives for January, 2018
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.
Posted in Stories Tagged with: Tannerite
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.
Posted in Just Plinking Tagged with: Miniature guns, Mouse Gun
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.
Posted in Just Plinking Tagged with: 1911
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.
Posted in History Tagged with: gadgets
It’s not too often that out in the wild internet we come across a video that tries to convey fun ways to practice gunfight with a little of stress into the course of fire. Not sure if this is the correct way to go about “TrAiN LiKe YoU fiGhT”.
Posted in Just Plinking Tagged with: gunfight
How well can an outdoor jacket and a thin long sleeve shirt protect the skin, compared to a cut resistant sleeve advertised by DAS Leben on Amazon? This is part of your EDC tool set that you didn’t know.
Posted in Knives Tagged with: Clothing, DAS Leben, Slash Resistant Sleeve
The resulting Colt 9mm Submachine Gun retained the characteristic M16 lower and upper receivers and operating controls. The elimination of the gas system in favor of a simpler direct blowback design & the caliber switch to 9x19mm. Firing from a closed bolt greatly helped the SMG accuracy.
Posted in AR15 Tagged with: 9mm SMG, Colt, M-16