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Air Arms D.I.Y: How To Cock A Pro Sport Rifle

Air Arms D.I.Y: How To Cock A Pro Sport Rifle

Hello, my name is Chris. I’m a technician here at Air Arms. Today I’m going to show how to cock the pro sport rifle. What I like to do, take the rifle, put it into my side flipping out the under lever and grabbing hold of it securely. Pull it all the way down in one movement, making sure the…

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Five Decent Rifles That Failed Commercially

Five Decent Rifles That Failed Commercially

– Hey guys, this is Alex C. with FireArmBlog.com. And today we’re back with another five guns video. The theme for today is Five Guns That Were Commercial Failures. What you here is kind of a smorgasbord of different guns that were all produced from mostly in different countries. And we kind of have a little collaboration here. This is…

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America’s Forgotten Military Rifle: M1895 Lee Navy

America’s Forgotten Military Rifle: M1895 Lee Navy

– [Alex] Hey guys, it’s Alex C with TFB TV. We all know about the Springfield 1903 service rifle and how it saw use in the hands of multiple generations of Americans and soldiered through both World Wars. Fewer people know about the M1917. But it is certainly still held in high regard by many enthusiasts, as they were quite…

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Small Arms of WWI Primer 005: German Gewehr 1898 “Mauser” Rifle

Small Arms of WWI Primer 005: German Gewehr 1898 “Mauser” Rifle

In 1888 the German military responded to the French Lebel. This Mannlicher clip loading Commission rifle was based on Paul Mauser’s 1871/84 with a series of updates, all done without his involvement. Perhaps because of this slight, Mauser would go on to create a revolutionary Belgian model 1889. Whatever his actual reasons, within a year of its introduction, he had…

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Top 5 WWII Rifles

Top 5 WWII Rifles

– [Voiceover] Hey guys, it’s Alex C with TFBTV. Today we’re going to discuss what we believe to be the best five infantry rifles of World War II. To qualify, the rifle has to have been used by a nation engaged in the war, so this disqualifies firearms from nations like Sweden or Switzerland. Also, this is a list of…

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Mosin Vs. Mauser Bolt-Action Rifle Challenge

Mosin Vs. Mauser Bolt-Action Rifle Challenge

– Hey guys. It’s Alex. – And Miles. – And today on TFBTV we’re going to do the Mauser verses the Mosin challenge. I caught a lot of flack in a video I did a while back about the top five infantry bolt action rifles, and I didn’t include the Mosin-Nagant, because quite frankly, I’ve owned several of them and…

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How to lead a target when shotgun shooting

How to lead a target when shotgun shooting

G’day, I’m Rod Pascoe and welcome again to SSAA TV, coming to you today from the Cecil Park Clay Target Club. Today’s topic is all about lead. Now lead is the technique we use to place a string of shot in front of a moving target so that the shot and the target come together at the same place at…

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