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An AR-15 that Shoots Arrows

Odd “firearms” are highly amusing – this AR-15 is one of the more unusual “firearms” I’ve ever seen. I mean, if you really like firearms and you really like archery, I guess why not combine them?

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The History of the M16

While the adoption of the M16 had plenty of bumps and controversy, not to mention un-refined early adoptions, the forge of warfare has refined and honed the M16 into the “black rifle” known the world over.

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The History of the M60 Machine Gun

If you’re interested in the history of firearms, and/or military tactics, this is a fascinating educational video to watch. The contrast of its involvement in military history and how it shapes entertainment is quite interesting to say the least.

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Shit You See on The Range

Time to laugh at ourselves again. There are many stereotypes at ranges. While this video blends a little fiction with reality, definitely has some grains of truth to it – with a dash of over the top humor.

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Blowing Up 100 Tonnes of Ammunition

Due to the… potentially temperamental and dangerous nature of various explosives, safely transporting “military grade” explosives can get expensive and has safety concerns. So rather than deal with the risks and expenses of transporting old ordinance, disposing of it is often the cheaper and safer solution. Besides, we get to see a massive explosion this […]

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The DDI 12ga Puma Bullpup Shotgun Based on the QBZ-95

Bullpup firearms are growing in popularity these days now that many of the problems with the bullpup design are being dealt with. The DDI 12ga Puma Bullpup isn’t the first bullpup shotgun on the market, and it won’t be the last. The benefits of a bullpup design are quite obvious, longer barrel out of a […]

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Shooting a Milk Jug at 1 Mile with a 6.5 Creedmoor

Jeff Odor nails a 1 gallon milk jug at 1 MILE with his Masterpiece Arms MPA 65BA bolt action rifle chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor with a US Optics scope. 6.5 Creedmoor is commonly regarded as a 1,500 yard caliber, but its limits can be stretched beyond that to 1,750 yards (1 mile). Just like a […]

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