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Slow Motion

Ever wondered how much faster rifle rounds are than handgun rounds? Now you can see it with your own eyes.

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The .50 BMG is quite iconic, and its muzzle blast is quite impressive.

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.338 Lapua is one of the most powerful rifle cartridges available, and is very popular amongst extreme long distance shooters.

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A 20mm anti-tank rifle in ultra slow motion destroying some steel plates.

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Time to keep things casual with some good ‘ol slow motion destruction – Christmas style!

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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.

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Here’s an awesome video of a 1911 being fired in ultra slow motion after being cooled to a temperature of -65°F, or about -54°C.

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The more you know about your AR-15, the better you can quickly diagnose issues when they arise. This video slowly cuts away more and more parts of an AR-15/M4, showing how this marvelous firearm works.

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If you enjoy explosions, watching det cord in extreme slow motion is really cool and worth a few minutes of your time.

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A standard AR-15 uses a direct impingement system. While there are many benefits to such a system, does have drawbacks. A gas piston system is a different method to cycle a firearm that has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. So let’s “ooh” and “ahh” at ultra slow motion footage of Primary Weapon Systems’ long stroke piston system.

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