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Crosshair Shotgun Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter

Crosshair Shotgun Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter

The Shotgun Recoil Reducing Stock Adapter by Crosshair not only allows you to connect an AR15 style buttstock to your shotgun, but also tames felt recoil during continuous shooting. The mil-spec adapter features an internal hydraulic buffer which softens recoil and has five adjustment positions for a carbine stock. The lightweight but rugged adapter is made from aluminum with a…

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Webb Hayes Rifle

Webb Hayes Rifle

Welcome to Firearms Friday at the Wyoming State Museum here in Cheyenne. My name is Evan Green. I’m a volunteer here at the Museum and have the wonderful opportunity of working with the staff to update the inventory of firearms in the museum’s permanent collection. And today we’re going to be talking about a really special Winchester rifle. This is…

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Top Supreme Court Cases in 2019-2020 [Part 2/2] | The Judicial Review

Top Supreme Court Cases in 2019-2020 [Part 2/2] | The Judicial Review

Um… Where was I? Oh, yeah. Last time, we reviewed some past and upcoming cases on the rights of non-cis heteronormative people in the workplace, mental health in the legal system, the DREAMers, and racism in corporate media management. Because apparently that wasn’t enough, today we’ll cover more cases that the Supreme Court will rule on in the coming months,…

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GunSkins AR 15/M4 Rifle Skin DIY Install Tutorial

GunSkins AR 15/M4 Rifle Skin DIY Install Tutorial

I’m Kevin with GunSkins. Today I’m going to be walking you through our AR-15 Install. First thing we want to do is we want to get the gun good and clean. We’re going to head outside. We’re going to hit it with some CRC non-chlorinated brake cleaner. We’re just going to soak the gun down. Scrub the recessed areas and…

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SKS Rifle Field Strip

SKS Rifle Field Strip

– [Voiceover] Hey guys, it’s Alex C with TFBTV, and for today’s field strip we’re going to be stripping an SKS rifle. The SKS was definitely the 90s surplus darling, you could buy these for 30 and $40 out of giant barrels at pretty much any gun show. And, at that price point they really were a great value, however,…

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