Ian with Forgotten Weapons treks to the far north, where he encounters one beauty of a Soviet submachine gun and lets it sing a song of its people.
Battlefield: Vegas walks us through and test fires the store’s vault containing more than 500 semi- and fully-automatic weapons.
The gang at the VSO Gun Channel break down why and which suppressor is ideal for hunting at night while explaining how things like “port pop” play into the equation when the lights go out.
The Senate Judiciary committee heard testimony from victims, law enforcement and gun policy researchers on Wednesday to discuss the legality of bump stocks — devices that allow rifles to mimic full-auto fire.
It’s the third time Olaf, a tourist from the Netherlands, attended the Knob Creek machine gun shoot. He flies in specifically for the event. He loves shooting machine guns and watching the famous night shoot.
Federal regulators launched a review of federal law to determine if certain bump stock devices fall within the definition of “machine gun,” according to Tuesday’s release by the Justice Department.
Using a Georgia-made obrez-ish Mosin M91 with an abbreviated 10.5-inch barrel, the guys at IV8888 try to go the distance.
As an excuse to display that their Saker ASR suppressor lines are full-auto rated and compatible with a wide variety of calibers, SilencerCo hit the range with both an FN M249 and a MK 48 MOD 1 for some trigger time.
CZ-USA shocked Scorpion fans Monday when the company dropped details on a new reflex suppressed Scorpion model.
With a cyclic rate of fire that runs as spicy as 1,200 rounds-per-minute, the slide of the G18C can sometimes jog so fast that they outrun the magazine.