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4 Reasons I Don’t Trust The 1911 with my Life

4 Reasons I Don't Trust The 1911 with my Life by gunsammoknives Daniel Shaw, a retired United States of America Marine footslogger and Combat Weapons Master teacher, talks concerning why he wouldn’t trust his life with the 1911 platform. Before going into his reasons, Shaw clarifies that this can be his personal preference and these […]

PTRD-41 Anti-tank rifle

The PTRD-41 (Shortened from Russian, ProtivoTankovoye Ruzhyo Degtyaryova;Противотанковое однозарядное ружьё системы Дегтярёва образца 1941 года; “Degtyaryov Anti-Tank Rifle”) was an anti-tank rifle produced and used from early 1941 by the Soviet Red Army during World War II. It was a single-shot weapon which fired a 14.5×114mm round. Although unable to penetrate the frontal armor of […]

Daniel Defense Ambush: .308 in Kryptek Highlander

Daniel Defense announced a new .308 semi-automatic rifle called the Ambush. The new hunting rifle is chambered in .308 Win, a cartridge considered by some to be the perfect hunting round for North America. The SR-25 compatible rifle is distinctive with a Kryptek Highlander finish that is designed to make it utterly vanish in the field. […]

Desert Eagle .50AE Shooting – The Most Uncomfortable Gun Ever?

While it might be fun (in case you’re one of those individuals with huge hands), this weapon has no handy reason and is excessively costly for the normal individual, making it impossible to appreciate. The question,  is “what’s the point? While the reports of this current weapon’s reliability flourish, the idea disturbs us the most. First […]

USMC Scout Snipers vs small boat (Barrett M107 .50 BMG Rifles)

This video by MilitaryNotes was taken by LCPL Owings, JE on February 10, 2013 in USS Kearsarge, Atlantic Ocean. It shows the marines assigned to Scout Sniper Platoon, Battalion Landing Team (BLT) 3/2, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), and the sailors assigned to the USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) conducting a live-fire exercise while at sea. […]

Katana Mythbusting Extreme

In this video, weapons enthusiast Jörg breaks some myths about the classic samurai weapon – the katana. Jörg uses a recently purchased Boeker Magnum Akito katana for his myth busting experiments. The Boeker Magnum Akito katana is forged from 1045 carbon steel and clay hardened with Hamon Line. It has a length of 102 cm, […]

The Best Survival Rifle: Looking for The Most Reliable Weaponry

Originally, survival rifles were designed and built for those put in an exceptional situation where the main objective was simply to survive until rescued. It was originally meant for the pilots of downed aircraft and those stranded in the wilderness. They were compact, lightweight and often collapsible but could help the stranded pilot hunt for […]

How to Mount a Scope on an M1 Garand

Generally, the final step when accurizing rifles or pistols is test-firing to verify accuracy before we ship the firearm back to its owner. There was a time when I could shoot Master-level scores with iron sights in NRA high power matches, but I had the eyes of a younger man then and now I need […]

Have Gun, Will Travel: 5 Things You Should Always Have in your Range Bag

If you are like most casual shooters, you don’t get to spend nearly as much time at the shooting range as you would like to. This means that every second spent at the range is precious. You don’t want to waste time looking through an unorganized heap of a mess for your equipment or gear. […]

Choosing the Wrong Handgun

As a follow up to my guide on choosing a handgun for new shooters, I made a video covering the flip side of the issue. What happens when we try to get by with a handgun that’s less than ideal? Sometimes we can find a way to make it work, but inexperienced shooters often struggle. […]