Firearms are incredibly simple mechanical devices, full-auto firearms are no different.
Larry Vickers puts a full auto rifle on the clock and compares it to a semi auto rifle to see how practical full auto fire really is.
Ever had a thousand bucks lying around that you felt like getting rid of? Here’s a 700 round full auto burst through a M249 SAW which literally melts down a suppressor.
Machine Gun Las Vegas is a gun owner’s playground. Machine guns, tanks, and all sorts of obscure firearms ready and available to be shot. If you have a dream gun, they probably have it ready for you to shoot.
The “XM556 microgun” is a 6 barrel minigun that fires the smaller 5.56 round and is about half the size as the M134 Minitun. It is belt fed using a 1,000 round backpack – the gun and loaded backpack pays less than 100 pounds.
Shot Show 2017 brings new products from Kriss USA.
hickok45 takes a full auto Glock 17 through the woods for some fun and brings us along with him.
It’s called the giggle switch for a reason. While impractical most of the time, full auto mag dumps are simply VERY fun.
Handheld miniguns are common in movies and video games – even though they are impractical and pretty much infeasable. There’s a reason why miniguns and other heavy machine guns are fired from a mounted position. However, there are a few real handheld miniguns out there.
Who doesn’t want to pretend to be an 80s action hero and dual wield hip fire full auto MP5s?
The American 180 is a unique full auto .22lr submachinegun from the 60s featuring its unique “Pan Magazine” feed system. Its pan magazine can hold 165, 177, 220, or 275 rounds. Its blowback action allows it to achieve a 1,200 rounds per minute (RPM) rate of fire.
One of the early successful bullpup rifles was the Steyr Aug, having seen military service by at least 43 nations since its release in 1978. The new Lithgow Arms USA F90 Atrax is based on the Steyr AUG with many changes and improvements and is being adopted by the Australian military.
The Thompson Submachine Gun is such a classic firearm from World War II as well as the gangster era of prohibition where it was more commonly known as the “Tommy Gun.” Few firearms are this iconic.