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The guy from GY6Vids explains the Smith and Wesson double-tapping phenomenon and then shoots a watermelon sitting next to him. Double-tap example: [0:25] Jerry Miculek shoots 5 rounds on target in one second: [4:02]
BYU mechanical engineers have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire. The new ballistic barrier can be folded compactly when not in use, making it easier to transport and deploy. When expanded — which … Continue reading
Phuc Long provides a new course of action for dealing with booty infiltrating assailants. Try to follow along.
Guns and destruction on the ol’ farmstead. What fun!
Rather than skeet shooting, shooters practice firing at drones flying at 80 miles per hour. Guy capitalized on the idea and now makes money all over the country.
Guy bump-fires his AR while filming with a night vision lens. Shit eatin’ grin when he gets done.
The club rampage scene shows the mayhem in the movie. Ammo reloads are all part of the action. Lotta stuff goin’ on.
Taofledermaus test fires some new prototype slugs made out of solid, CNC’d machined brass which turn out to be the most powerful slugs they’ve fired so far. [5:47]
Not for the amateurs.
Valentino Rossi takes down a few bikers during his spare time. Skateboarders
Slow Mo Guys, Gav and Dan head to Alabama to show you the mechanical workings of a fully automatic M4 Carbine with holographic sight as it fires 30 rounds in just over 2 seconds. Dan is in the British Army … Continue reading
Imagine that the block is the side-view of a human torso.
We have shot silly putty from a shotgun before, but nothing this large. In this video we shoot 12 grams of silly putty packed in thick-walled glass tubes. Though the results were not exactly what I hoped for, it ended … Continue reading
Ringing in the new year with balls of fire.
You could call this a cross-dominant stock. The concept was to allow a shooter to mount the gun in one shoulder but sight with their opposite eye. This was useful for cross-dominant shooters (ie, right handed but left eyed) or … Continue reading