As far as they know, there are no other videos available online showing these special slugs in action.
Chad and Eric from Moss Pawn & Gun are back with another unique weapon in the latest episode from IraqVeteran8888.
He lines up the 16 plates to find out if this rifle can really go the distance.
You can use semi-auto or you can run with the big dogs and go full auto.
With this special insert a .38 special or .357 magnum round can be fired from a 12 gauge shotgun.
The entire thing fits easily into the primary compartment of a backpack, making it one of the very few .50 BMGs that's "backpack portable."
Some of you are probably already familiar with this old trick.
A local gunshop found a large cache of ammunition in an old surplus shop, and this guy was lucky enough to acquire a pair of 20 round boxes made in 1918.
Watch The Ammo Channel test this old trick and examine the safety risks involved.
It sounds like a freaking slingshot.
It was manufactured just before the cut off date in May of 1986 and has since been registered as a sub-machine gun.
Paul Riddell lost nearly everything when his Minnesota home collapsed from a house fire.