How often has a gun been so bad, it destroyed a once reputable gun manufacturer?
A man in Poland has built the world’s largest working revolver, according to Guinness World Record. The weapon, a Remington model 1859, was built by Ryszard Tobys, of Piotrowo Drugie, west-central Poland. It took Mr Tobys around 2,500 hours to construct, since most of the parts had to be built by hand. The revolver, whose…
This NRA museum has a fascinating collection of firearms.
Get footage through your firearm’s sight picture with this unique action camera perspective.
Ever wondered how much faster rifle rounds are than handgun rounds? Now you can see it with your own eyes.
The .577 Tyrannosaur is a cartridge designed for big game in Africa. The .577 Tyrannosaur contains a .585-inch (14.9 mm) diameter 750-grain (49 g) Monolithic Solid Projectile which when fired moves at 2,460 ft/s (750 m/s) producing 10,180 foot-pounds force (13,800 J) of muzzle energy. Those factors mean the .577 Tyrannosaur provides a lot of…
The .50 BMG is quite iconic, and its muzzle blast is quite impressive.
Jerry Miculek is a beast of a shooter with all firearms, but is well known for his revolver handling.
Can anyone think of a less practical but more awesome handgun?
While not quite as effective as the movie version, bulletproof suits are a real thing.
Have you blown anything up at this scale?
.338 Lapua is one of the most powerful rifle cartridges available, and is very popular amongst extreme long distance shooters.
A 20mm anti-tank rifle in ultra slow motion destroying some steel plates.
The .950 JDJ weighs about half a pound and has a muzzle energy the equivalent of a Toyota Corolla traveling 20mph.
Get hits at 300 yards with an air rifle!
This machine gun pistol fires at 2,000 rounds per minute – that’s over 33 rounds per second!
Are Legos part of your childhood like they’re part of mine?
Follow World War II “live” on Twitter as if it were happening today.
Have you seen any of these types of people at the range?
Mixing firearms and archery – worth it? Or just for fun?