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Mauser Scout Rifle DIY Conversion
 
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Show and Tell of a Yugo M24/47 8x57 mauser that I turned into a scout rifle using an XS Sight forward mount scope rail. Much less expensive than a Steyr, Ruger, or Savage scout. Ruger Gunsite Scout @ 200 Yards http://youtu.be/gUk7KzZ8ouA
Views: 75138 bgallaher77
Mauser "Schnellfeuer" Model 712
 
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http://www.patreon.com/forgottenweapons The Schnellfeuer, or Model 712, was Mauser's answer to the Spanish production of selective fire C96 lookalikes. Just over 100,000 of these pistols were made by Mauser in the 1930s, mostly going to China (although some did see use in other countries, and also with the SS). They use 10- and 20-round detachable magazines, and are almost all chambered for the 7.63mm Mauser cartridge. Rate of fire is about 900-1000 rounds per minute. One of the urban legends that has grown up around these guns is that Chinese soldiers would hold them sideways, and use the recoil to fire in a horizontal arc. This does work, but is a pretty crude way to use the gun. Without the attached shoulder stock, it is much better left on semiauto. With the stock, it makes a surprisingly effective and controllable submachine gun. Thanks to TFBTV for the opportunity to shoot and film this very cool gun!
Views: 630430 Forgotten Weapons
The Mauser 98 Project -- Interview with Larry Potterfield
 
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For more interviews with Larry and other MidwayUSA videos visit the MidwayUSA Video Library: http://bit.ly/Zni2cU Why build a sporter from a military gun? What was done to bring this gun to modern standards? Watch along as Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, answers these questions and more on The Mauser 98 Project.
Views: 408945 MidwayUSA
Rebarreling a Yugoslav M48A Mauser in .308
 
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We had a Yugoslav M48A Mauser with a completely trashed barrel, so we decided to rebarrel it. We have a donor barrel in .308 Winchester, and we're going to go through the process of removing the old barrel, facing the receiver, threading the new barrel, cutting and headspacing a new chamber, and timing it to the action.
Views: 709772 GunLabDotNet
ERMA 22 LR Conversion for Mauser k98 - Show and Tell
 
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NOTE: I DO NOT OWN THIS RIFLE ANY LONGER. Had a lot of inquiries about whether I'm willing to sell it, but ... sorry, this thing has been out of my possession for years. Just thought I'd share some info and video of the ERMA .22 LR conversion kit and 1944 German Mauser k98 that I've had for a couple of years before I go trade it in on a few different guns. It was given to me by my mum's husband, who got it from his father-in-law, who brought it over here from his tour in Europe during WWII. As mentioned, if I had the original case and extra magazine, the conversion alone would be worth a chunk o' change, and if I had the original bolt, trigger guard, and base plate/spring for the Mauser, that also would be worth something. However, as-is, I have two semi-complete deals that are only valued at $450 tops. I've put 200 rounds through it, and it shoots straight, but the 5-round magazine kinda sucks and it tends to not want to feed the first round properly without a bit of help to guide it in. Never been a collector type and would rather have something I can actually shoot, so I'm trading it in on a Mosin-Nagant and a couple of other cheap guns. Don't mind the slurring speech and rambling talk - it was pretty late at night. UPDATE: I DO NOT HAVE THIS RIFLE/KIT ANYMORE. I sold it for a pretty fair price and picked up four other guns, which really got the ball rolling on my gun collection.
Views: 15957 darkwriter77
How To Episode 2: ATI Mauser Stock Install
 
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LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CONSIDER PURCHASING A MAN CAN: https://goo.gl/Vam7yR SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL LIST: http://goo.gl/6FAKIe SUPPORT IV8888 ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/iv8888 CHECK OUT OUR MUSIC CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/Guitarsenal This is a great stock for the money especially if you don't want to modify your original Mauser permanently. It has a very futuristic look and almost makes you Mauser look like a Steyr hunting rifle. We will be preforming some accuracy tests with this rig in a future video. For your own Mauser stock: http://atigunstocks.com/ http://www.mosspawn.net YouTube Hotline: 770-692-9326 Moss Pawn and Gun 6382 Old Dixie Hwy Jonesboro, GA, 30236 Get your IV8888 gear here: http://www.iraqveteran8888.spreadshirt.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/iraqveteran8888official Check out these cool pages too: http://www.youtube.com/reelmen8888 http://www.youtube.com/colormesouthern DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. All work on firearms should be carried out by a licensed individual and all state and federal rules apply to such. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your firearms resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. We are not a gun store and DO NOT sell or deal in firearms. Such a practice is heavily regulated and subject to applicable laws. We DO NOT sell parts, magazines, or firearms. These videos are free to watch and if anyone attempts to charge for this video notify us immediately. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above. Fair Use: In the rare instance we include someone else’s footage it is covered in Fair Use for Documentary and Educational purposes with intention of driving commentary and allowing freedom of speech.
Views: 108662 Iraqveteran8888
98 Mauser conversion to 7x57
 
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Vintage Mauser 98 converted from 8mm to 7x57. Select Walnut stock with cocobola tips, fluted barrel, shoots 1/2 inch groups with factory ammo. Visit us on the web at http://www.jwhitegunsmithing.com
Views: 26036 jjjhtw
Mauser 06/08 Semiauto Pistol
 
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http://www.Patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Hammer price: $27,500 Throughout the pre-WWI period, Paul Mauser was working continuously to develop a reliable self-loading rifle. Among his many experimental designs was a flapper-locked rifle. The flapper-locking system was first patented by a Swede named Kjellman, but his design (for a light machine gun) did not get beyond prototype form. Mauser made a military rifle using the system, and also scaled it down to handgun size as a potential followup to the C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser. That handgun was designated the 06/08, and used the same basic layout as the C96, with the magazine located in front of the grip. About a hundred were made, and they all used detachable magazines, with examples being made from 6-round to 20-round capacity. The action was a short-recoil one, locked by a pair of flaps inside the rear. The flaps would pivot out of contact with the bolt as the action recoiled, and then the bolt would be able to slide back between them (very similar to the Soviet DP/RPD/DShK lone of machine guns, actually). This example is a gorgeously refinished on, with a 20-round magazine.
Views: 350344 Forgotten Weapons
Mauser K98: Loading and Chambering Problems and Solution
 
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A video showing the problem I found in my German K98 with loading rounds in, and chambering the last round in the magazine, and how I fixed it. Like, subscribe and share this with others if they have similar issues.
Views: 78771 MosinVirus
Mauser's Gewehr 41(M) Semiauto Rifle
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Hammer price: $16,000 When the German military started looking for a self-loading rifle in the late 1930s, they had a pretty strict set of requirements. Most significantly, the rifles could not have gas ports or recoiling barrels, could not have moving parts on top of the action, and had to be capable of being operated manually with a bolt handle like a bolt action Mauser. Four companies tried to get into the resulting rifle trials, but only two were able to build good enough guns to get contracts for field trials. These were Walther and Mauser. Walther ended up winning the competition (largely because they ignored several of the RFP requirements) and their rifle became the Gewehr 43. Mauser stuck to the requirements with their Gewehr 41(M), and it cost them the competition.
Views: 333642 Forgotten Weapons
Gunsmithing - How to Reshape the Tang on a Mauser Rifle Receiver
 
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When converting a military Mauser to a sporting rifle, it is common to reshape the tang of the receiver to allow for a thinner, more pleasing pistol grip. Watch along as Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, demonstrates this process using a Mauser 98 receiver and some basic tools you will find around the shop. He starts by applying some layout fluid to the tang and then scribes in his guidelines. With the receiver in a holding fixture he can file down to the lines using a mill bastard file. If the metal is too hard a grinding wheel or bench grinder can be used to remove the bulk of the material, switching to a file as you get close.
Views: 9274 MidwayUSA
Sks...testing the Tapco 20 round magazines
 
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This is about 200 rounds I've had through each and they work great! LOL sorry it took so long to do a video,honestly I just forgot to do it.Thanks again OTG :)
Views: 110838 ammohead73
Ultra-Budget Scout Rifle: 1916 Spanish Mauser from J&G Sales
 
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Views: 52441 The Late Boy Scout
CDI DBM Detachable Bottom Metal Review & Installation
 
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A look at the cdi precision gunworks bottom metal as well as what it took me to make it work.
Mauser M 71 converted to .410 shotgun
 
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Here is an interesting little gun. It's chambered for 2-1/2" .410 shot shells. I'm not sure when the conversion was done but it certainly wasn't done recently. It may be a "Bannerman" from the 1920's.
Views: 3198 NorthernInventor
AMMO BOOST DETACHABLE MAGAZINE CONVERSION KITS-HOWA
 
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Our Howa rifles have the ability to be converted to accept detachable magazines in 5 round or 10 round capacities. Conversion can be made in a matter of minutes at home, or by your favorite gunsmith. Instructions are included with each Detachable Magazine kit. Extra magazines are sold separately. Our short action magazines are available to fit .204, .223, .243, 7mm-08 and .308 calibers and can be added to older model Howas, Weatherby Vanguards, Mossberg 1500's, Smith & Wesson 1500's and Interarms 1500's. New, long action magazine kits and spare magazines will be available mid-year 2015 to fit Howa and the older models listed above, in .25-06, .270, .30-06 and 6.5 x 55 Calibers.
Views: 40718 Legacy Sports
K98 Mauser Safety Fix
 
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In this video I demonstrate how the safety operates, and what could be the cause of not being able to engage safety lever, as I couldn't on one of my Russian capture K98s.
Views: 134465 MosinVirus
Spanish Mauser conversion to .45 acp
 
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Feed issues with feeding acp. I think I need to work on the receiver feed ramp. The ball ammo tends to nose dive leaving the magazine
Views: 428 Dennis Williams
Rhineland Arms .45 ACP Mauser Conversion Kit
 
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LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CONSIDER PURCHASING A MAN CAN: https://goo.gl/Vam7yR SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL LIST: http://goo.gl/6FAKIe SUPPORT IV8888 ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/iv8888 CHECK OUT OUR MUSIC CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/Guitarsenal Series will likely be 2-3 parts long and will give you all the information you need to tackle your own conversion. Very easy and straight forward provided you use a little care and take your time. Range tests coming ASAP. DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. All work on firearms should be carried out by a licensed individual and all state and federal rules apply to such. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your firearms resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. We are not a gun store and DO NOT sell or deal in firearms. Such a practice is heavily regulated and subject to applicable laws. We DO NOT sell parts, magazines, or firearms. These videos are free to watch and if anyone attempts to charge for this video notify us immediately. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above. Fair Use: In the rare instance we include someone else’s footage it is covered in Fair Use for Documentary and Educational purposes with intention of driving commentary and allowing freedom of speech.
Views: 30667 Iraqveteran8888
Type 45/66 Siamese Mauser
 
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Siam, now known as Thailand, was one of the few independent south Asian nations around the turn of the 20th century. Looking to modernize its military to protect against colonial imposition, is decided in 1903 to adopt a copy of the Mauser Gewehr 98 rifle. Siam (which changed its name to Thailand in 1938) didn't have the manufacturing base to produce the necessary quantity of rifles, so it contracted the job out to the Japanese arsenal at Tokyo (Koishikawa). Between 1903 and 1908, about 400,000 of these rifles were manufactured, chambered for an old-style 8x50R cartridge using a round-nosed projectile. This was called the Type 45 rifle, based on the Thai calendar. About twenty years later the Siamese military was improving its machine gun armament, and revised its cartridge to a slightly longer 8x52R case using a modern spitzer bullet - as basically every nation did at some point in the early 20th century. The existing stock of Type 45 rifles were rechambered for this new cartridge, and it is fairly rare to find an unmodified example today. The conversion is easy to spot, as it also included grinding down the rear sight ramp to fit the flatter trajectory of the new cartridge. Range markings had been stamped on the side of the rear sight, and converted guns have these marks partially removed by the reshaping of the ramp. As with all rifles made by the Japanese before WWII, the Siamese Mausers are of excellent quality, although many have led rough lives by the time they reach the hands of a collector today and are often in pretty rough condition. While they make an interesting addition to a surplus rifle collection, they have also long been used as the basis for conversion to .45-70 conversions, as the bolt and magazine are already designed for large rimmed cases, unlike most other military Mausers. This has led to them being rather more rare than one would otherwise expect. http://www.forgottenweapons.com
Views: 82141 Forgotten Weapons
Spanish M1916 Mauser 7.62x51 Nato Conversion
 
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This is a rifle I picked up at a gunshow here in Michigan. M1916 mauser with all matching numbers. I can't wait to get it to the range.
Views: 12883 Targetpopper
Papuan Vrijwilliger Korps Mauser Carbine
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons During the transition from Dutch colonial rule to independence, the Dutch government armed a group of Papuans to help defend the territory from Indonesian military incursion. This organization was the Papuan Vrijwiliger Korps (Papua Volunteer Corps), and the Dutch provided them with Mauser carbines converted to 7.62mm NATO. These carbines were originally Dutch police carbines chambered for 8mm Mauser, which the police forces were replacing with M1 Carbines. This left a group of several thousand compact and simple carbines that made an ideal basis for the Papuan arms. A total of 2700 were rechambered for 7.62mm (it was not known at that point which new semiauto rifle would be adopted by the Dutch military, but it would definitely use the 7.62mm NATO cartridge). Magazine blocks were installed to fit the shorter cartridge length, and the guns were fitted with rubber buttplates, given new bayonets, and parkerized to make them more durable in the Papuan environment. It is not known how many of the carbines actually made it to New Guinea, but a substantial number certainly did. They are extremely rare carbines today, as the Papua Volunteer Corps was an ill-fated group and only lasted from 1961 until 1963, with most of their arms being ultimately seized by the Indonesian military. This example was shared with me by a generous Dutch collector. If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
Views: 65148 Forgotten Weapons
20-Shot C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser
 
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Sold for $37,375. Early in the production of the C96 Mauser, the company tried a variety of different configurations of the pistol, to see what would be popular and sell well. Most of these were abandoned by about 1902, when the design was more or less standardized to the version were are familiar with today. One of the early experiments was with a 20-round fixed magazine, or which 188 were made. This was fed using two 10-round stripper clips, and that seems to have been the biggest problem with it. According to some folks who have used these, the magazines is quite difficult to fully load, making the 10-shot version rather more practical. http://www.forgottenweapons.com Theme music by Dylan Benson - http://dbproductioncompany.webs.com
Views: 296255 Forgotten Weapons
1894 small ring spanish mauser with ar15 magazine for 458 socom
 
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Test number 2 with bolt hold open on law round working
Views: 788 Garth Sanders
Rhineland Arms .45 ACP Mauser Conversion Kit Part 3
 
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LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CONSIDER PURCHASING A MAN CAN: https://goo.gl/Vam7yR SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL LIST: http://goo.gl/6FAKIe SUPPORT IV8888 ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/iv8888 CHECK OUT OUR MUSIC CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/Guitarsenal This sums things up. Not 100 percent finished, but I think you guys will like the final product, especially considering what this rifle started as. DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. All work on firearms should be carried out by a licensed individual and all state and federal rules apply to such. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your firearms resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. We are not a gun store and DO NOT sell or deal in firearms. Such a practice is heavily regulated and subject to applicable laws. We DO NOT sell parts, magazines, or firearms. These videos are free to watch and if anyone attempts to charge for this video notify us immediately. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above. Fair Use: In the rare instance we include someone else’s footage it is covered in Fair Use for Documentary and Educational purposes with intention of driving commentary and allowing freedom of speech.
Views: 35912 Iraqveteran8888
Spanish 1916 Mauser Rifle (7.62x51 CETME Conversion)
 
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Here we have a Brief video on the Spanish model 1916 Mauser Short rifle. This Gun was re-chambered by the Spanish post World War II to 7.62 CETME/NATO. History and Shooting. How can you lose?
Views: 10295 MilSurpBros
Mauser 45ACP Conversion
 
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I forgot to mention that I headspaced the barrel with a fired and resized 45ACP case. Maximum case length is .898".....the longest case I could find was .893". I chambered that case and closed the bolt and turned the barrel all the way in until I made contact with the case. I then turned the barrel out just a bit and tightened the nut. I recontoured the barrel to fit in the channel of the Hogue stock. I had access to a lathe so this was much easier than carving rubber out of the new Hogue stock and having it look ok. I accidentally said ADCO while talking about getting a heavier barrel profile. I meant to say Rhineland Arms. ADCO only threaded the barrel and made the thread protector. The rough finish I mention on the barrel from Rhineland Arms is typically covered up by the top piece of wood on a Mauser stock. I'm assuming that's the reason they don't leave a better finish on it. Where the wood would not cover it, the finish was much better.
Views: 10277 specialistj
Rhineland Arms .45 ACP Mauser Conversion Kit Initial Test Firing
 
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LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CONSIDER PURCHASING A MAN CAN: https://goo.gl/Vam7yR SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL LIST: http://goo.gl/6FAKIe SUPPORT IV8888 ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/iv8888 CHECK OUT OUR MUSIC CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/Guitarsenal Not a finished product by any means, but shows a lot of promise in terms of accuracy and overall function. DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. All work on firearms should be carried out by a licensed individual and all state and federal rules apply to such. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your firearms resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. We are not a gun store and DO NOT sell or deal in Firearms. Such a practice is heavily regulated and subject to applicable laws. We DO NOT sell parts, magazines, or firearms. These videos are free to watch and if anyone attempts to charge for this video notify us immediately. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above. Fair Use: In the rare instance we include someone else’s footage it is covered in Fair Use for Documentary and Educational purposes with intention of driving commentary and allowing freedom of speech.
Views: 33147 Iraqveteran8888
Gewehr 71 with Experimental Magazine
 
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The Model 1871 Mauser was adopted as the newly united Germany's first standard rifle, and it was a good design. However, it was a single shot rifle and soon it became apparent that the additional firepower of a magazine rifle was necessary to maintain military parity. A number of different conversion methods were tested by the German military , and ultimately a tube magazine under the barrel was adopted as the Gewehr 71/84. One of the other competing designs was this external wraparound magazine. It held cartridges outside the rifle, with a mechanism to kick a cartridge into the action's feedway when an empty case was ejected. While mechanically clever and probably reasonably reliable in sterile conditions, it has clear and serious disadvantages compared to a fully integral magazine like the type ultimately adopted.
Views: 480143 Forgotten Weapons
Winchester Experimental Mag-Fed Garands
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Even during World War Two, it was clear that the United States was interested in improving on the M1 Garand rifle. A company that could develop and update to the Garand to make it selective-fire and feed from a box magazine would be in a great position to sell the government a ton of rifles, and everyone knew it. These two rifles illustrate some of the Winchester company's efforts in that realm. Thanks to the Cody Firearms Museum for allowing me access to film these! Check them out here: https://centerofthewest.org/explore/firearms/
Views: 345727 Forgotten Weapons
Dual Wielding Full Auto Glocks W/ 100 Round Drum Mags
 
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Daenen from Culper Precision dual wields two full auto glocks with 100 round drum mags. 200 rounds shot in under 5 seconds. My main camera for video // http://amzn.to/2x1ssKD My main lens to vlog with on the GH5 // http://amzn.to/2x5kZaM My main camera for photo // http://amzn.to/2x2gb8I My main lens to vlog with on the 5d // http://amzn.to/2fagzej The mic I use // http://amzn.to/2x2jWL3 The main GoPro I use // http://amzn.to/2x7V1Fo The backup GoPro I use // http://amzn.to/2xEoKXP Do you want to be Totally RAD!? Follow me on instagram! instagram : milesmortensen https://www.instagram.com/milesmortensen facebook.com/wearetotallyrad "eye of the GNARwhal" is a segment that takes you a little deeper into my life. I have been filming random shenanigans since I was in 8th grade and there is a lot of stuff that I think is interesting and good content, but doesn't necessarily fall under the criteria of a viral video. These are those videos that I think you subscribers will still enjoy. It may sometimes be in a vlog style, it may be an action sports or high adventure edit, it could very possibly be a compilation of random crap, but no matter what they'll be here, waiting for your view. www.totallyradmedia.com Filmed In Utah Music by Kevin Macleod For any licensing or business related questions email me at [email protected]
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Turkish "Enfauser" - Mauser/Enfield Hybrid Rifle
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons In the mid 1930s, Turkey updated and overhauled the bolt action rifles in its inventory, to bring them all up to that same standard for sights, ammunition, sling configuration, etc. Most of the rifles overhauled were Mausers of various vintages, but some were other designs, like Gewehr 88s...and British Lee Enfields. Yep, the Turks converted Lee Enfield rifles (mostly Magazine Lee Enfields and Charger-Loading Lee Enfields, but also some SMLEs) to have Mauser sights and furniture and fire 8mm Mauser ammunition. These hybrid rifles have no formal designation, and are usually called "Enfausers" or "Mausenfields" by people in the collecting community. Only a few hundred were brought into the US, apparently by accident among vast imports of Turkish Mauser rifles over the last few decades. They are made from rifles captured in the siege of Kut and the Gallipoli campaign - this particular one came from the 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry, which surrendered at Kut in April 1916. Thanks to viewer Wyatt for providing the rifle for me to film! If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
Views: 107374 Forgotten Weapons
Gunsmithing - How the Mauser Bolt Action Functions - All 8 Steps
 
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When cycling a bolt action rifle, eight different things happen. In this presentation Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, explains how a bolt action functions. First, as the bolt handle is lifted the bolt handle contacts the primary extraction cam located on the top of the rear bridge. This begins the extraction process. Second, the cocking piece moves to the rear cocking the action for the next shot. Third, as the bolt is rotated, the firing pin is blocked as a safety measure. Fourth, as the bolt travels to the rear, the ejector kicks out the empty case. As the bolt is pushed forward the next cartridge is stripped from the magazine and pushed into the chamber, this is number five. Sixth, closing the bolt causes the locking lugs to seat into the lug recesses in the receiver. Seventh, as the bolt is rotated the firing pin is unblocked so the next round can be fired. Last, the cocking piece is blocked by the sear, making the gun ready to be fired with the pull of a trigger.
Views: 27363 MidwayUSA
Snabb Semiauto Conversion of a Dutch Mannlicher
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merchandise! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Snabb was a Swedish company created to market a system for converting bolt action rifles into semiautomatic rifles. The system was patented in the US in 1938, making this one of the very last attempts at such a conversion. It appears that the company made a substantial number of overtures to many different nations in search of a customer, as Snabb conversions can be found built on a wide variety of rifles - several patterns of Mauser, the US M1917 Enfield, 1903 Springfield, and in this particular case a Dutch Mannlicher. Not surprisingly, no country was shortsighted enough to actually convert its rifles into Snabb semiautos - you will understand why when you see how the rifle works! The basic system is a gas trap one, but complicated by the use of a two-part system of interlocking ratchet teeth so that the forward blast of gas from firing pulls the muzzle cap forward, but it is the rearward return of the muzzle cap which actually propels the bolt rearward. The bolt remains a two-lug rotating type, with the manual handle removed and a screw cam added to the rear to convert the rearward movement of the operating rod into a rotary movement to unlock the bolt. The strange stock is necessitated by the extension of the receiver to fully enclose the bolt's travel (not necessary with a manually operated bolt action rifle). With that extension, the trigger remains too far forward for a conventional grip, and a pistol grip is required. Snabb probably used the thumbhole style because it is stronger than a standalone grip. On this particular rifle, the original follower in the magazine is missing, but the rifle appears to have remained fed by 5-round Mannlicher clips. In addition, the rifle has been rebarreled in .303 British as part of the conversion, for unknown reasons. Finally, it is worth pointing out that there is no "Snabb" marking anywhere on conversions like this one. They are quite distinctive and easy to recognize, but very difficult to research without knowning the name in the first place. Thanks to the Dutch National Military Museum for allowing me access to film this rifle! Check them out at: https://www.nmm.nl If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
Views: 140940 Forgotten Weapons
Astra Model F
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons The Astra Model F was the final evolution of the Astra 900, a C96 Mauser lookalike. The Model F used detachable magazines and was select-fire, with a very effective rate reducing mechanism in the grip. It was adopted by the Guardia Civil in 1934, and 1,126 of the guns were produced in 1935. Of those guns, 950 were delivered to the G.C. in June and the remaining guns remained at the factory, where most were seized by the Euzkadian government in August and September of 1936, with the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. Unlike most of the Astra 900 series, the Model F was made in 9mm Largo. The Model F also used its own proprietary magazine (made in 10- and 20-round sizes), not interchangeable with either the Astra 903 or the Mauser Schnellfeuer. Related: Astra 900: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ-ksZSMIi0 Mauser Schnellfeuer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqfpxqIK8VY Mauser Showdown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wW2p9gkmHxM Shansei .45 ACP Broomhandle: Mauser 06/08 Pistol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4Ze_aSg77c C96 Mauser Slow Motion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC7Vrutcm6c 20-shot C96 Mauser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vkU3CIPdMk Book Review: Astra and Star Pistols: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyuArmaAOBw
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Uruguay's Forgotten Mauser - The Dovitiis
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Uruguay's Model 1871/94 Mauser conversions - known usually as either Daudetau or Dovitiis Mausers - are a really interesting story of arms history. It begins with Antonio Dovitiis, and Italian tailor and merchant of military supplies in Montevideo, who wound up with the job of procuring some new arms for the Uruguayan military, which was using single shot 11mm Mauser 1871 rifles - obsolescent by the 1890s. Dovitiis made a deal with the St Denis arsenal outside Paris to convert 10,000 Mauser 71 rifles and carbines to the hot new French 6.5mm Daudetau #12 cartridge - a high velocity smallbore round. Much better than that old 11mm black powder round! Alas, it seems this isn't really what Uruguay wanted, and they were quickly scrapped after being received back home - Uruguay would end up buying fancy new 1895 pattern Mauser repeaters instead. The Dovitiis conversion rifles can be found today every now and then, in both full length rifle and short carbine variants. The have a fantastic split personality going on, with German gothic markings on the receiver and French script on the barrel, along with Berthier-style sights and clearing rods.
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German U-Boat Line-Thrower Rifle Conversions
 
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https://www.forgottenweapons.com/german-u-boat-line-thrower-rifle-conversions/ http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons These two Gewehr 98 rifles were converted by the Mauser factory to be used as naval line-throwing rifles. The exact nature of the line and lead projectiles is not clear, but they are clearly original military conversions and came form the Geoffrey Sturgess collection. Entirely new stocks were made for these guns, with a substantially increased length of pull to mitigate the harsh recoil of line throwing. The magazines were blocked with wooden plugs, allowing only one short (blank) round to be held, but allowing that round to be depressed enough to close the rifle’s bolt over it and keep the chamber empty. The barrels were replaced with launch tubes, on 10 inches long with a 2 inch bore and the other 10.5 inches long with a 1.75 inch bore. Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754 If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
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8mm Mauser Cartridge Conversion 마우저 탄피 전환  Yugoslavian M98 Mauser Part 1 retro
 
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Aloha! Howzit, GrassHopper? grüß Gott 안녕 하세요. welcome to Cartridge Conversion 270 Winchester to 8mm Mauser aka 8x57mm JS or 7mm Mauser 탄피 전환에 오신 것을 환영합니다 270 윈체스터 를 8mm 마우저 일명 8x57mm 제이에스 또는 7mm 마우저 으로 got a full HD camera, Sony Bloggie MHS-CM5, takes excellent videos... so I took out my Yugoslavian M98 Wauser Preduzece 44 caliber 8x57mm Mauser aka 8x57mm JS for a spin. Yugo M98 Mauser is captured German K98 Mauser reworked by the Zastava Arsenal, Yugoslavia after 1944. Zastava cleaned up the all the German proof markings & even the serial numbers then re-marked with Yugoslavian crest, arsenal-Preduzece 44, and a new serial number. my Yugo Wauser has a three locking lug bolt serial number matching with the receiver only... 그래서 유고 슬라비아의 M98 Wauser(wow + Mauser = 와우절) 프리 듀스(병기고) 44번 구경 8x57mm 마우저 를 8x57mm JS로 교체했습니다. 유고 슬라비아 M98 마우저가 체포 됨 1944 년 이후 유고 슬라비아의 자스타바 무기고에 의해 재 제작 된 독일 K98 마우저 소총임. 자스타바는 독일의 모든 증명 표시와 심지어 일련 번호를 지우고 다시 표시했습니다. 유고 슬라비아 크레스트, 무기고 - 프리 듀스 (Arsenal-Preduzece) 44번, 새로운 일련 번호등. Cartridge Conversion - is a must when you have the gun but don't have the ammo, really hard to get, obsolete, or it's too darn expensive. all of the above! 탄피 전환 은 총을 가지고 있지만 탄약을 가지고 있지 않을 때 탄약을 찾을 수 없을때 아예 없고 또는 너무 비쌀 때 필수품임! 무엇보다도! I had the rifle for a long time but even with dumpster diving at all... I have only two boxes of reloadable brass and they're mixed bunch of PMC, NNY, Mitchell, & R-P. since 30-06 Springfield cartridge family to include 25-06 Rem, 270 Win, & 280(7mm Express) Rem has similar cartridge config as the 8(7.92)x57mm Mauser, it is very simple and easy to convert them. besides converted cartridges do not require the neck to be turned in my experience, just fire forming with safe reloads is the only thing one has to do. 매우 간단하고 쉽게 변환 할수 있씀. 개조 한 탄피 외에 내 경험으로 목을 돌리는 것이 무필요함. 단지 안전한 재 장전으로 발포로 발생하는 것이 유일한 방법임. * WARNING: one may form the 8x57mmJ Mauser and 7mm Mauser(7x57mm) cartridges from this info video; however, must use the right size bullet that fits the bore of one's rifle barrel when reloading and loaded to safe chamber pressure levels! period. 경고 :이 유익한 비디오에서 8mm 마우저 제이 (8x57mm J) 및 7mm 마우저 (7x57mm) 탄피를 형성 할 수 있습니다. 그러나, 탄피 재장전 할 때 소총 총구의 구멍에 맞는 크기의 총알을 사용해야합니다. 안전한 챔버 압력 레벨 때문에! Do Not ever use 8x57mm JS Mauser ammo in the 8x57mm J Mauser rifle, even though the rifle's bore diameter is same as 8x57mmJS ammo made for the K98. notably Model 1888 Commission (Gewehr 88) rifle which is loaded to a much lower chamber pressures, has a rear locking bolt and the bore diameter runs from 318" to 323". 8mm 마우저 제이에스(8x57mm JS) 탄약을 8mm 마우저 제이(8x57mm J) 소총에 절대로 사용하지 마십시오! shooting the JS ammo in a J bore is like a cartridge that has two or more charges of the gun powder developing an explosive situation... result will be the catastrophic failure of the rifle and causing loss of limbs or even Death! hopefully one gets the picture before it's too late... 생명위험, 절대로 사용하지 마세요! 폭발합니다. this video is STRICTLY for Poops & Giggles and For Your Information (FYI) ONLY! not liable for fail to follow instructions, data & reloaded ammo usage by the viewer. 이 비디오는 웃음거리 (Poops & Giggles)와 귀하의 정보 (FYI)에 대해서만 엄격하게 적용됩니다! 나와 유튜브 구글은 절대 책임지지 않음! p.s. 모 제르 - 구글 한국어 발음 마우저 - 한국어 발음 마우절 - 미 영어 발음 enjoy. ty ^^ :^) PepsiMan 펩시맨 李 edited 26May10 updated 11Dec10 re-up 23Feb15 final 27Dec2016 ©2014 two dogs production. all rights reserved. 저작권 2014 두 강아지 제작. 무단 전재 금지.
Yugo SKS Rifles With New Archangel Mags!
 
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Mauser C96
 
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Shooting and discussing a Mauser C96 bring-back from WWII. The WWII vet who brought it back is 95 years young and still living. ------------------------ Please visit the Hickok45.com website and check out what the great folks who support us have to offer: BUD’s GUN SHOP, THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION, FEDERAL PREMIUM, and SONORAN DESERT INSTITUTE: http://www.hickok45.com/supporters/ Please consider becoming a Gong Club member at our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/hickok45 JOIN THE NRA at the Hickok45 page and get a nice discount: https://membership.nra.org/Hickok45/Join Hickok45 Store: https://www.bunkerbranding.com/#/Hickok45 Federal Premium: http://www.federalpremium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/federalpremiumammo SDI (Sonoran Desert Institute): http://www.sdi.edu/ UPCOMING “MEET & GREETS” Bud’s Gun Shop in Sevierville, Tn: 1:00 -3:00 Saturday, August 18th. Bud’s Gun Shop in Lexington, Ky: 1:00 – 3:00 Saturday, August 25th. REMEMBER to bookmark and/or subscribe over on FULL30. All our videos are posted there. https://www.full30.com/channels/hickok45 The short FAQ Videos playlist will answer most questions you have. Find us on Hickok45 Twitter and Facebook, as well as “therealHickok45” on Instagram. NOTE: All shooting in our videos is done by professional shooters for instructional and entertainment purposes, with an emphasis on safety and responsible gun ownership. Do not attempt to copy at home anything you see in our videos. Firearms can be extremely dangerous if not used safely. (Note: These descriptions were last updated on 8-8-18).
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Schwarzlose HMG Converted to 8x57mm by Romania
 
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https://www.forgottenweapons.com/schwarzlose-hmg-converted-to-8x57mm-by-romania/ http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons The Schwarzlose 07/12 was made through the wolf of World War One as the standard heavy machine gun of the Austro-Hungarian armed forces, and many of them remained after the war ended. With the breakup of the Austro-hungarian Empire, these guns were dispersed to a variety of nations, among them Romania. The Romanians contracted with FN between the world wars for new 8x57mm barrels and converted a substantial number of Schwarzlose machine guns to 8x57 to match the other arms in use by the Romanian military. These guns appear to have seen little (if any) use in World War Two, and were brought into the US a few decades ago. Being after 1968, they could not be imported as live machine gun, and were instead cut into parts kits. The parts, however, are an easy drop-in conversion on an original 8x50mm Schwarzlose, resulting in a far more easily shootable machine gun thanks to the availability of 8x57mm ammunition. In addition to the caliber conversion, several other changes were made to the guns. The water jacket and barrel were lengthened by about 4 inches and the cartridge oiler was disabled. The rear sight was replaced with one calibrated for both light and heavy 8mm Mauser loadings, and a set of mounting brackets were added to the top cover - probably for anti-aircraft sights. If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754
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Gewehr 98 Mauser Chapter 2
 
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Exercising the old Gewehr 98 Mauser again. What a wonderful rifle! Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=95Ljx5hjtUs ------------------------ Please visit the Hickok45.com website and check out what the great folks who support us have to offer: BUD’s GUN SHOP, THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION, FEDERAL PREMIUM, and SONORAN DESERT INSTITUTE: http://www.hickok45.com/supporters/ Please consider becoming a Gong Club member at our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/hickok45 JOIN THE NRA at the Hickok45 page and get a nice discount: https://membership.nra.org/Hickok45/Join Hickok45 Store: https://www.bunkerbranding.com/#/Hickok45 Federal Premium: http://www.federalpremium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/federalpremiumammo SDI (Sonoran Desert Institute): http://www.sdi.edu/ UPCOMING “MEET & GREETS” Bud’s Gun Shop in Sevierville, Tn: 1:00 -3:00 Saturday, August 18th. Bud’s Gun Shop in Lexington, Ky: 1:00 – 3:00 Saturday, August 25th. REMEMBER to bookmark and/or subscribe over on FULL30. All our videos are posted there. https://www.full30.com/channels/hickok45 The short FAQ Videos playlist will answer most questions you have. Find us on Hickok45 Twitter and Facebook, as well as “therealHickok45” on Instagram. NOTE: All shooting in our videos is done by professional shooters for instructional and entertainment purposes, with an emphasis on safety and responsible gun ownership. Do not attempt to copy at home anything you see in our videos. Firearms can be extremely dangerous if not used safely. (Note: These descriptions were last updated on 8-8-18).
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Experimental C96 "Joint Safety" Mauser
 
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Sold for $28,910. This particular 1902-made example of the C96 Mauser incorporates several experimental features of the design that would never go into mass production. It was an effort to make a version of the C96 that would be more suitable for civilian carry - something a bit lighter and more compact than the military style. To this end, it has a smaller grip profile, a shorter barrel, and a shortened 6-round magazine. Most evidently, it also has an experimental safety that was intended to be more suitable for one-handed use. Unfortunately, the safety bit into the shooters hand badly with each shot, and only a few were ever made before the idea was dropped. http://www.forgottenweapons.com Theme music by Dylan Benson - http://dbproductioncompany.webs.com
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RONI - Civilian Pistol Carbine Conversion
 
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If you ever dreamed of owning a carbine with the simplicity and reliability of a Glock… well here is your wake up call! The Roni is GlockStore.com item #2707 and you can find it here: http://www.glockstore.com/RONI-Civilian-Pistol-Carbine-Conversion-Kit-16-Barrel_2
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Mauser C98: The System That Cost Paul Mauser an Eye
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons One of Paul Mauser's lifelong projects was the design of a semiautomatic rifle for the German military. He would go through a multitude of different designs searching for something that would be sufficiently reliable, durable, and simple - and ultimately he would never fulfill the goal. But his efforts left us a trail of very interesting prototypes! In 1898 he conceived this sort of flapper-locked system, on a short recoil action. It is actually a pretty clever system mechanically, but apparently lacked sufficient protection against an out of battery detonation. In 1901, one of the C98 rifles of this pattern (but not this specific gun) suffered an out of battery detonation while Mauser was firing it, and the explosion broke his finger and took his left eye. After this experience, Mauser would not give up on his search for a military selfloader, but his subsequent designs (like the long-recoil C02 pattern) would have a much greater emphasis on mechanical safety. If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754
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Ishapore Enfield.410 Shotgun Conversion
 
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Quick, think of the first thing that comes to mind when I say "riot shotgun"! Does it have a brass buttplate? A tangent rear sight? Is it a single-shot weapon? Does it use a shotshell smaller than 28ga? No? Well, I guess you have a different notion of riot gear than the Indian military. Huh. Today I've got a video on the Indian answer to the mass-issue riot gun, a SMLE rifle with the magazine well plugged and the barrel bored out to .410. They are pretty neat, and this one's in really nice shape. It seems that the bored-out version like mine that use American 2.5" shells are quite a bit more common here than the original brass-case version here in the States. They're not too difficult to find if you keep your eyes open online, and not that expensive (yet). Definitely a neat side item for the Enfield collector, or just someone like me who enjoys "different" guns.
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M1918 Chauchat: Testing a New Magazine
 
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http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Today I am testing out a new .30-06 Chauchat magazine converted from a Johnson M1941 machine gun magazine. The workmanship on this new mag is excellent, and much more extensive than I had initially realized would be necessary. This had the side effect of also making is a very expensive magazine to have made properly. Unfortunately, the cost of that project has become unjustifiable. I initially wanted to have 5 or 6 of these, to allow me to have about 100 rounds loaded into magazines for competition use. Instead, I will be using a French 8mm Chauchat for anything requiring more than 10-20 rounds of ammunition, and leave this gun for more historical uses. While 8mm Lebel ammunition is expensive as well, I have a substantial number of good military magazines for it, as well as a much more accessible market of spare parts should anything break. I know a bunch of people will ask about 3D printing magazines. The reason that is not practical is because all of the clearances in the gun were designed around a magazine made of thin metal. In order for a 3D printed plastic to be strong enough to withstand the force of a stack of ammunition under sufficient pressure to feed reliably, the plastic would need to be substantially thicker than the original steel design. And there is not physical space inside the gun for that - the clearances between the bolt head, magazine feed lips, cartridge pusher, and barrel extension don't allow it. If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow Contact: Forgotten Weapons PO Box 87647 Tucson, AZ 85754
Views: 89683 Forgotten Weapons

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