Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William J. Bratton this week kicked off a display of new hardware for the New York Police Department that tops $7.5 million.
According to reports, soldiers and police in the Afghan army waste tons of often U.S.-supplied ammo per year so they can rake in its value as scrap metal.
A house-party put on by unwanted visitors at an unoccupied San Jose home led to police intervention, and some stun grenades.
Machine Gun Mike breaks out a select-fire, suppressed HK MP5SD built by Urbach Precision and shows you why it’s so muffly.
Jonathan Field gets rid of the stupid safeties, goes full Vogue dump mag (with clips) capable of holding 325 rounds, adds a collapsible buttstock, pistol grip, bayonet(s), and some Scope mouthwash in his build for a non-Massachusetts compliant assaulty weapon.
In honor of CCI’s new Copper 22LR rounds, 22Plinkster went old school and returned to his trick shot roots: attempting to nail a swinging penny with his back turned, through the help of a mirror.
France 24 reports on the annual “Iron harvest” which produces an average of 50 tons of aging WWI artillery shells– some filled with poison gas– and unmapped graves in Northern France.
Fort Benning’s Army Marksmanship Unit has put out a short training film on disassembly and maintenance of the M-4, and it isn’t half bad.
Gifted a pre-owned and only wrecked once full-face motorbike helmet, Demolition Ranch went to the gun vault for some more destructive testing.
Sure, you know the M134 Minigun, but how about the hand-held XM556 Microgun that tips the scales at about one-fifth the weight?