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Top 5 Badass Guns You Can Buy Today

– [Voiceover] Hey guys,
it’s Alex C. with TFBTV, and the topic of today’s
video is going to be five great guns on the market. Kinda no coincidence, I guess, that this is coming out before Christmas, so might miss the boat on
giving a gun to your relatives, but you can always get
that nice after Christmas gift for yourself, so
we’re kickin’ off the video with a PS90 made by FN Herstal. The PS90 is the civilian
version of the P90, it’s a great gun, it has
ambidextrous controls, including the safety right here, which you can actuate
with your pointer finger, regardless of the fact that
you’re left or right-handed. It’s really kinda neat,
because it’s got a very strange magazine that rotates
around 90 degrees to feed, which I’ll show in a little bit, but this is, of course, a registered SBR, as you might notice. Like I said, all the controls are ambi, including the magazine release. You’ve got a charging handle located up front on both sides. All in all, very easy gun to work, take apart, all that,
and so on and so forth. I also put a little
micro-aim, or, excuse me, micro Acog on this gun, which is a really nice optic. I also put a suppressor
adaptor on there to go full tilt mall ninja. Add that little extra giggle factor. And of course, like I said, I’ll show the magazine right here, very cool, a lot of people have actually
asked how this works. You click in rounds like you would on a normal magazine, but you can see it rotates them 90 degrees, which is pretty cool, actually, making the PS90 something of an oddity. I don’t use this for anything serious, other than plinking, so it’s kinda one of those guns in the safe that comes out just to put a smile on my face, and there’s really
nothin’ wrong with that. Although I suppose you
could hunt rabbits and, well, if you’re a good shot, even maybe white-tailed deer or something. Next up, that’s gonna be the FN SCAR. This is a SCAR 16, that’s
going to be the 5.56mm version. The SCAR 16 comes in black,
and this tri-colored situation where FN can’t really color match, so they decided, “Eh, screw it, we’ll just “make three different colors.” But I didn’t really
care too much about that ’cause I’m not a color
matching diva, I guess. But the controls on the
SCAR are also very nice; they’re ambidextrous,
this is also made by FN, I guess FN’s figured that
whole deal out, but… The charging handle’s reciprocating, that’s one thing I don’t like about it. You can see the magazine
release is on both sides, which I do like about it. The safety is in a position
where it would be on an AR-15, which is nice if you’re
coming from an AR-15. It’s got a nice cheek comb,
cheek riser situation, and a folding stock, unlike
your run-of-the-mill AR-15, makin’ the SCAR kind of unique. It also certainly doesn’t hurt that I think it really looks cool, this is a great-looking firearm,
it comes in a lot of Hollywood movies these days, probably for that reason, but it’s also a functionally fantastic
firearm, it offers a lot to the user, they’re
a little expensive, but they are great, and of course, they also come in 7.62 by 51 if you’re one of the guys that decries 5.56 as a poodle shooting round, so anyways, next up is gonna be kind of a twofer. A lot of people really like the AUG and a lot of people really like the Tavor, and at risk of starting
a fight in the comments, I just went ahead and
put both of ’em on here, because they both offer some features that people are gonna prefer; I
prefer the AUG, personally, I like that you can
pull the barrel out for cleaning or changing
to a different caliber, length, what have you,
and I also like that it comes with a foregrip
that you can fold up in a more traditional posture. And then of course fold it back down if you want a pistol grip. Something I like about the Tavor is I like the QD sling swivels. Which are really nice, actually, and I prefer the safety on the Tavor versus the AUG’s crossbolt style, I just am more familiar with the AR, so both great bullpups,
either one would look great in your safe, and both
of ’em are available now. So next up is a variant of the Sig 556, these are still in the market
but in a improved form, I’m not sure what improvements they made, but this, I guess,
would be the older 5.56, although they still,
or sorry, 556, but they still are on the market,
they’re really cool, it’s an American-made version of the famous Sig 550 rifles. There are some 550s in the United States, but pre-banned Sig 550s come
in 10,000 dollars often, which is a whole lot of money. However, these function
the same, actually, they have that long stroke piston, they have a safety where it’s like on most rifles these days, they’ve got a folding stock, and they really are pretty
well put together guns, a lot of guys don’t like the Exeter Sigs, and get on a high horse
when they’re talking about them versus the old 550s, but these are cool guns, guys, and they take down just like an AR-15, in this regard, you can see
me separate the two halves, making it pretty good, actually,
as a little takedown rifle, if you wanted a substitute
for an AR-15 for some reason. They also do look pretty neat, and they function very reliably, at least my example has, and yeah, I don’t have anything negative
to say about it, really. So lastly we’ve got a
kind of a new entry here, this a CZ 805 Bren pistol. The reviews on these so
far have been positive, look forward to our upcoming
review on this pistol, and also I’m going to definitely SBR this, so if you’re gonna get this
for yourself for Christmas, throw two 100 dollar bills in an envelope for yourself so you can go ahead and pay for that SBR stamp. The controls are actually quite nice, it’s a lot like a SCAR, it’s got that reciprocating charging handle that you can switch sides with,
ambidextrous magazine release, of course, you’ve got your
safety where it is on, well, most rifles these days, and yeah, functions familiarly. The muzzle break is also very pronounced and very nice, very good
at doing what it does. It’s got some irons that come with it, but they leave a little bit to be desired. Those will probably get replaced, but it does have a nice
full-length picatinny rail. So the 805 offers a lot, and like I said, our upcoming review will be really cool, but anyways, I hope
you enjoyed this video, it’s five kinda cool guns
that are not an AR-15 that you may be looking for
yourself after Christmas. This is Alex C. with
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100 thoughts on “Top 5 Badass Guns You Can Buy Today

  1. Could you imagine shooting a deer with a 5.7? Lol I bet you’d really hurt Bambie but wouldn’t even kill him. He’d just wish he was dead unless you put like 5-6 in him

  2. OK this is weird, here I am a few videos ago watching another guy on THIS VERY CHANNEL crap talk the Tavor for being an overpriced gun that's total crap compared to the Steyr AUG and here you are calling it badass.

  3. I love all Bullpups but the AUG is looove!… if my country didn’t have super restricted gun laws i definitely would have gotten a license

  4. Lol "that are not an AR-15"

    And the list is as follows:
    1. AR-15
    2. AR-15
    3. AR-15
    4. AR-15
    And for the last…DRUMROLL PLEASE…
    5. AR-15

  5. I know you cant really buy it in America which is why it's not on this list but the L85 is the king of the bullpups

  6. I have a ps90 but i wouldnt sbr it, when you cut that much barrel off you lose so much velocity. I can easly punch through steal (3/8 if i remember correctly) with it how it is. You cut the barrel its as weak as the fn57

  7. Any gun can be bad ass in the hands of someone trained to use them. It's less about the gun then the person using it.

  8. 4:00 and then I think that here in Switzerland I can keep my military service one for 100 Swiss francs (roughly 105 USD)…

  9. Liberal hears him say "that are not an AR-15" at the end and goes "well technically those are all assault rifle 15s" and Republicans be like 🤦‍♂️

  10. No Galil, no Valmant, no VEPR. Sorry, not digging it for badass. Cool, sure, have 2 poodle shooters and a true groundhog caliber, again, no Commie calibers, no badass.

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