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How well can solid tool steel stand up to custom shotgun shells? If you’ve been a fan of Demolition Ranch for a while like us here at Wide Open Spaces, you know probably know how Matt Carriker used to make some pretty wild custom shotgun shells. It’s been a long time since he’s done that,
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Who wouldn’t want to shoot cheese puffs at a shocking rate? Who hasn’t tried to swish a cheese puff in someone’s mouth? Who hasn’t felt the incessant urge to peg the crispy snack food at the back of people’s heads? Cheese puffs were destined to fly through the air, were they not? Well, Ben from
These .22-caliber air gun pellets pack a punch when they’re loaded into a shotgun shell. TAOFLEDERMAUS is testing out some shotgun rounds jam-packed with .22-caliber air gun pellets, and they’re thoughtfully dubbed “The Swarm.” The tests produced a performance that stacks up to typical buckshot, and it’s interesting to see how well some of them penetrated
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Han Solo’s blaster comes to life as only the Slingshot Channel Guy could imagine it! Star Wars has become a pop culture phenomenon, as has one of its most popular characters, Harrison Ford’s Han Solo. When you think of Solo, you probably imagine him with his iconic blaster pistol. The Slingshot Channel guy, Joerg Sprave,
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Who’s ready to watch the craziest energy transfer in a shotgun shell? Time for another experimental ammo mind blow, courtesy of our Wide Open Spaces video contributor TAOFLEDERMAUS. This time he’s concocted some slugs made with quartz, and show us what happens when you shoot them at a few different targets. Watch the video below: Hard
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Reports of increased crime as the coronavirus pandemic continues underscore the renewed public interest in gun ownership, and the necessity of gun shops and shooting ranges where genuine gun safety is practiced and taught, the […]
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Cutting down trees the redneck way, with Tannerite! When it comes to cutting down a tree, there’s the usual way with a chainsaw that most people use. There is also the fun, redneck way, with Tannerite and a rifle. This video features Canadian professional motorcross rider Mark Freeman and his buddies head to an area
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When shooting at Tannerite, safety has to come first. Otherwise, bad things like this can happen. This shooter almost gets hit by a refrigerator door that quickly turned into a piece of flying shrapnel. Shooting binary explosive mixtures such as Tannerite can be addictive. Bigger is always better, right? Well, that thought might just get
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Woman from Dublin faces her fears to try shooting for the first time. The second amendment is a rather unique privilege for those of us living in the United States. To the point that most people in other countries don’t totally understand it. So, when someone comes over to visit from someplace like Ireland where
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Tannerite is one way to bring down an old silo! If you own an old farmstead with a barn and silo that are past their prime and can’t be saved, what do you do? You could hire an excavator or bulldozer to tear them down, but that could cost a lot of money. There must
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