As part of their ever-evolving research on just how “bulletproof” items commonly referred to as such actually are, Taofledermaus riddled some Level III ballistic glass.
Taofledermaus obtained a donated sheet of Level I (UL) fiberglass ballistic paneling, the type of stuff used in making safe rooms and banks, then gave it a try as improvised body armor.
DemolitionRanch tackles the great question between the ballistic benefits and trade offs of .223 Remington and .308 Winchester.
Things get interesting down on Demolition Ranch with the recent infusion of a pile of donated tattoo gun assemblies which just happen to fit near-perfectly in 12 gauge hulls.
Hickok45 goes big game with Sturm, Ruger’s solid falling-block single-shot chambered in that pipsqueak little round– .375 Holland & Holland Magnum.
Using a massive 602-grain high grade copper expandable projectile, Oath’s new TSR shotgun shells are advertised as mushrooming out to an impressive three inches.
Richard and the FullMag gang picked up some AR500 body armor, which is proof to 5.56 M855, and went at it with a MK149-4 armor-piercing round, which it isn’t quite rated for.
MTM Case Gard, the company known for ammo cans, has a new full lineup of tactical mag cans for storage and transportation of firearms magazines.
The easy dichotomy of hunters vs. environmentalists can obscure the facts but a federal court ruling barring the EPA from banning lead ammo gives us the advantage.
A professor at North Carolina State has created a sandwich of an experimental armor that uses composite metal foam (CMF) as a shock absorber whose results have to be seen to be believed.