Big guns. Oh yeah. From the Youtube description Scenes from inside the M109A6 Paladin howitzer during live-fire operation. The Paladin has 4 crew members: Commander, Driver, Gunner and Loader. It can travel at a maximum speed of 40mph, and can be fired in less than 60 seconds after it comes to a stop. The Paladin […]
New velcro lined battle belt by Viking Tactics. Modular belts without velcro can be a pain in the ass by moving around too much when moving or grabbing magazines from tight pouches. This is a big improvement over the Brokos belt they have.
Just when you thought you’ve seen the worst weapons design ever, out comes another Forgotten Weapons video with yet another great contender for the ‘worst firearm ever’ award. The idiocies in this design are numerous and huge. Enjoy.
Extensive review of these great shoes. Having used the Speedcross 3’s, I can concur with ITS Tactical’s remark that they are great shoes, but the thread wears fast… On his channel he already said these miltary incarnation of the Speedcross wears much slower (different rubber I guess?). Good to see and even more in depth […]
So, what happens when a good seasoned IPSC Handgun shooter starts out in 3-gun? This. Good runs, that could have been awesome if not for the ‘learning-curve’ mistakes made. Shooting footage with loads of good reminders and wise lessons to be learned.
The beginning of a legendary pistol line. The CZ75 has sparked numerous clones from brands like Sphinx, Tanfoglio, Canik, etc. and inspired many other designs. Nowadays CZ still brings out excellent pistols, all still basically having the same insides like the first CZ75. Larry Vickers presents this gun with superslick bullet-time slowmotion. Enjoy.
Forgotten Weapons presenting the awkward HK SL-8 rifle, and in this conception even weirder then the euro version; a narrowed magwel to prevent double stack magazines from being used in this US import version.
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