I’ve never wondered this but I’m happy to see it actually happen in real life: what happens if a .50 call shot a bullet that went right through a barrel of shotgun barrel? If you aim it perfectly does it just go right through the opposite direction? Could you maybe even use the shotgun after? FullMag sought answers…
If you were a child once upon a time, you may have remembered Bugs Bunny cleverly stuffing Elmer Fudd’s shotgun with a carrot so that when Fudd fired his shotgun, it would explode in his face. But would that actually happen if you did that in real life? Demolition Ranch, answerer of life’s questions about weapons,…
It takes decades of experience and hundreds and hundreds of man hours to make a William & Son shotgun. There’s an expert for the barrel, a master to handle the engraving, a wizard to finish it off and many more skilled hands involved in the entire process. We get to see a glimpse of how it’s done in the video below.…
Guns are dangerous but making a beautifully ornate gun is basically like unbelievably detailed artwork crossed with masterful machinery work. I love this video showing the steps it takes for a Holland & Holland shotgun to be made because it’s so cool to see all the different methods blend together.
The annual Las Vegas Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade show is the biggest gun show in America, attracting 33,000 people each year. And Sarah Palin. I was about the only visitor not wearing a pistol, but I did manage to find some neat new stuff.
I can't have enough of videos that show things cut in half working. This one shows a fully automatic shotgun in action. It's sad to see how humans spend so much time and intelligence developing perfect death machines like these—but the engineering work is fascinating nonetheless.
If a couple of years ago everything was about zombies, now it's drones. Drones delivering pizza, drones filming fireworks, and even drones taking selfies. And of course drones spying you. And killing people. This ad shows a drone hunter taking care of those flying bastards.
Given enough force you can probably kill with anything you want—so it's not surprising to see these custom Lego shotgun shells inflicting such damage on metal and plastic. If any of these hit your soft flesh on the right place, it would be way more lethal than any brick left on any rug.
Kirsti asks: "Hey y'all, have you ever seen anybody make a rainbow with a 12 gauge shotgun?" No Kirsti, we certainly have not. But we are about to see it in this video you made.
Heading to the place where a prison's homicide evidence is kept, you might expect to see a few sharpened objects—maybe a bludgeon or two. You would be underprepared.
Most tasers are pretty lackluster. Yeah, your victim will collapse to the ground, writhing in a heap of electro-shocked Luke Skywalker pain. And maybe die. But wouldn't it be better if you could shoot the taser out of a shotgun?
I'll say this much for the UK security guard who tried to blast off a nagging wart with a shotgun: he succeeded. Although I'd imagine he wasn't planning on taking out his finger in the process. Meet Sean Murphy, won't you? He's special.
When the Swedish police raided the home of a 54-year-old illegal weapons dealer, they scored quite a load. Aside from the more "conventional" firearms like sawed-off shotguns and homemade machine guns, the police also found a double-barrel shotgun hidden inside a guitar.
"The Raging Judge", as this gun is called, is insane. Though it has the look of a comically oversized revolver, it's actually capable of shooting 28 gauge shotgun shells. Which make this gun really freaking huge and scary and ridiculous.
When a fox was shot by a hunter, it didn't die. Instead, when the hunter tried to finish the fox off with the butt of his gun, the animal pulled the trigger of the gun and shot the hunter right back.
There are days when I want to shoot my iPad out of frustration, but I would never actually pull the trigger—unlike these crazy folks.
The PocketToolX Brewzer's got a ton of functionality: it's a pry tool, a scraper, a flat head screwdriver, and so on. But all of those are secondary to what Brewzer's really all about.
What do you do if you want the stopping power of a shotgun, but also want the convenient of shoving said shotgun down the front (or back) of your pants? Shotgun revolver. Boom.
Just as Dash—makers of the internet-connected, traffic-terminating GPS—is bailing out of the hardware game to sell its awesome software to other companies, TeleNav is officially doing the exact opposite: Jumping in with its first GPS device, which sounds a lot like the Dash Express (on paper, anyway). The…
We know that today's iPhone coverage has driven most of you to the brink of insanity (OK, let's be honest, that was actually the booze and black magic markers kicking in, but our iPhone coverage isn't helping matters), but if there's one thing that will shut up an Apple fanboy, it's this Hellboy 2 Big Baby life-size…