We featured Alan and his mother-freaking gorgeous 20mm Oerlikon in an article back in 2013 and now we have video of it spitting 60 (hand-crafted) cigar-size rounds downrange.
With subscriptions being all the rage these days, two Pennsylvania men are launching a new service with shooters in mind.
Rimfire-meister 22Plinkster set up a simulation of six interior sheetrock walls, then broke out a Henry Lever Action rifle and a S&W M&P 22 Compact to see how many layers each would go through.
Taofledermaus ups their exotic shotgun shell game by testing the LE Super Sock bean bag round and the Stabili-Shock rubber bullet.
Early this year, Winchester unveiled a new ammo choice, a 9mm steel-cased load. The ammo, USA Forged, is made in Winchester’s Oxford, Mississippi plant.
While some will argue specialty rounds from Hornady, Federal and Winchester are too expensive or not necessary, why compromise on your turkey hunt?
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.