If you starting looking carefully at military bolt action rifles, you will find that they generally all fall into one of three categories: Rifles: 30-32 inches / 760-810mm Short Rifles: 24-26 inches / 610-660mm Carbines: […]
Every time I say “carbine” on film, I get a bunch of people complaining that I’m saying it wrong. So…am I?
Today’s question topics: 0:00:58 – Factors affecting recoil in machine guns 0:04:57 – Revisiting/remaking old videos 0:05:58 – Is the MP5 still relevant? 0:06:47 – Am I excited to film different guns? 0:08:12 – Vintage […]
When the 1968 machine gun amnesty was announced in the US, it was treated with widespread suspicion among gun collectors. Some thought it would merely a pretense to find and arrest owners of unregistered machine […]
https://youtu.be/oD4gyzCqHwk While ForgottenWeapons has become a fairly large channel with a lot of visibility, there are plenty of other people out there creating excellent informative video content on historical firearms. Today I want to point […]
In early 1864, Arizona pioneer and Colonel King S. Woolsey borrowed a Spencer repeating rifle from then-Territorial Governor John Goodwin for an expedition against a band of Apaches. On Aril 26, 1864, the Hartford Evening […]