Andrew with GY6Vids stacks the tugboat that is the S&W 500 wheelgun stoked with Hornady pills against a pair of whole pork shoulders.
In their latest episode of “you make it we shoot it” the shotgunners over at Taofledermaus test some handcrafted 12 gauge slugs made from Mexican Ironwood (disclaimer: that is not a Tejano thrash metal band).
Following last month’s catastrophic flooding in large parts of Louisiana, the organization that creates safety and technical standards for firearm ammunition published guidelines for salvaging wet ammo.
Background checks for long gun purchases in California hit yearly highs in July and August as the industry braces for stricter gun laws come 2017.
The ATF has walked back an announcement it now viewed wetted nitrocellulose as a high explosive and will work with the firearms industry on clarification.
With the thickness of a playing card being just 0.03 inches or less, Richard from FullMag tried his hand at splitting one on the lead up to a trip to Vegas.
Ammo aficionados Taofledermaus lined up 10 5.56mm cartridges tip to tail, rigged a tube to hold them all, and set up a BB gun to set off the first round to see what would happen.
Matt on DemolitionRanch had a stack of scrap wood left over from a project and decided to test just how much treated lumber a .308 Win could zip through.
From the common STANAG, HKs and PMAGs to such brands as Thermold, Hexmag, MSAR, Easymag, Troy, CAA Countdown and Plinker Tac, YouTuber mpk1414 walks you through their experience.
Vista Outdoor CEO Mark DeYoung said consumers just aren’t buying up ammo like they had in 2008 and 2012. “As you’ll recall, we were out of stock,” he said during a call with investors last week.