The hosts Henry and Josh started shooting from humble backgrounds, and families that had no foundation in the shooting sports or firearms. Through their journey in shooting sports, they have both developed extremely different backgrounds that compliment each other with perspectives in historical firearms development, employment, rifle performance, munitions development, firearms manipulation, and publications.
The show aims to create a comprehensive brief of information that helps researchers, consumers, government entities and enthusiasts in their quest for beneficial information, no matter what answers they seek.
The Armourer’s Bench is a collaborative effort from Vic Tuff and Matthew Moss. We will be bringing you detailed examinations of historic small arms from around the world. We will delve into the history, use and operation of the weapons using videos, blog posts and high resolution images to tell their story.
Switzerland’s most popular native-English-language guns & shooting channel! Probably. Maybe. I guess. A somewhat off-the-wall and tongue-in-cheek look at firearms, military history and shooting, and a jolly good tilt at the windmills of fuddlore to go with it. And the odd off-topic vid about Switzerland, or whatever happens to take our fancy. We normally launch “in-series” vids on a Friday (early launch on a Wednesday via Patreon and the FB page https://www.facebook.com/Blokeontherange/ ), out-of-series vids launch precisely… whenever.
Hi all, welcome to Britishmuzzleloaders… Don’t let the name deceive you!
This is an Historical Shooting Channel that features British and Empire Military Arms from the Victorian era (plus or minus, that is). The Baker Rifle, the Enfield, the Snider, the Martini Henry, the Lee-Metford and Lee Enfield. Eventually there will be the a Brown Bess too.
Although the Channel was stared with a focus on the Enfield Rifle-Musket (hence the name), it has grown in scope and I hope that it might be your source for all aspects of using and shooting these fine old firearms in a military context.
Thanks all for your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.
C&Rsenal releases their flagship series “Primer” every other week. It focuses on one firearm of the Great War at a time, in depth with animations, live fire demonstrations, and historical context! Our mission is to document and describe historical military small arms from across the world. We hope to share our love for all the attention that went into the design, development, manufacture, and issuance of these pieces.
Well this is my channel and these are my impressions about shooting old and repro blackpowder and cartridge guns. You will find target shooting, hunting, reloading and military history related videos here starring pre 1945 firearms. Since I was a little child I knew I want to be a history teacher. In fact I graduated as one. Later I studied military sciences on university level, and now I am doing my phd in firearms history while I teach military history at the university. That’s my life, my hobby. I hope you’ll enjoy my videos as much I enjoyed making them. Greetings form Hungary, the land of good wines and beautiful women. Oh yes, and please forgive my Hunglish. 😉
CartridgeGram is a project by Jack Dutschke focusing primarily on the history of interesting, experimental and prototype military ammunition supplemented by high-quality photography. Jack is a firearms hobbyist, cartridge collector and an active member of many cartridge collecting associations around the world.
The Firearms Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of American firearms in the world. In 1975, the Winchester Arms Collection, the heart of this museum, adventured west as a loan from the Olin Corporation. It was deeded as a gift in 1988. To date, the Cody Firearms Museum has over 7,000 firearms with more than 30,000 firearms-related artifacts.
My intention in creating this channel is to provide fun, interesting, and hopefully educational videos that are related to firearms, particularly the black-powder firearms of the old west. I welcome your subscription to the channel and truly hope you enjoy spending time here! Thank you for your support!
At Forgotten Weapons I think the most interesting guns out there are the most obscure ones. I try to search out experimental and prototype weapons and show you how they work, in addition to more conventional guns that you may not have heard of before. You’re much more likely to find a video on the Cei Rigotti or Webley-Fosbery here than an AR or Glock. So, do you want to learn about something new today? Then stick around!
High Caliber History LLC is run by Logan Metesh, a historian with a focus on firearms history and development.
With more than a decade of experience working for the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, and the NRA Museums, his ability to present history and research in an engaging manner has made him a sought after consultant, writer, and museum professional. The ease with which he can recall obscure historical facts and figures makes him very good at Jeopardy!, but exceptionally bad at geometry.
Logan has been a frequent guest on the “Curator’s Corner” program for NRATV and has served as an historic firearms facilitator for television shows such as Mysteries at the Museum, Gun Stories with Joe Mantegna, NRA Gun Gurus, and American Rifleman TV.
InRange is a regular weekly online video program that examines guns, shooting, and gun culture through a lens of historic perspective. Are you tired of seeing video after video after video on some new style of AR15 rail system or Glock grip plug? If that has gotten old and boring, then InRange might be the show for you. InRange TV will introduce you to gear that is different and interesting, and will tell you if it’s actually worth a hoot or not. We will do real testing on real products. We will dispel the myths, promote the good stuff that hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves, and tell you when the latest thing on glossy magazine covers is actually crap. Does that sound better than yet another review of a Century AK?
The mission of the Institute of Military Technology is to Preserve, Educate, and Motivate by collecting and displaying historically significant items to help honor the history and evolution of armament, military armed forces, and the U.S.A. IMT focuses on ground breaking innovations as well as the technical and mechanical advancements made throughout the history of armament. From muzzle loaders to breech loaders and beyond, weapon design and mechanics can be tracked throughout the collection.
Welcome to the home of Iraqveteran8888 where we pride ourselves with providing the most varied assortment of gun related content on YouTube. We have a little something for everyone here including gun and gear reviews, general shooting fun, gunsmithing, reloading, a healthy dose of explosions, the best complaints on the internet, and much more.
Hi, I’m Rob, otherwise known as VBBSMYT.
I create the animations on my iMac using Cinema 4D, which I find very intuitive, and allows me to add smoke and flames, and then send the model to my trusty Render farm.
I make my models as accurate as possible through reference books and particularly good drawings. You may have seen my animations of early torpedoes and machine guns on YouTube. I enjoy finding out how things work and it has been fascinating to track the development from the late Victorian period up to World War 1.
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My interest in military history and the Anglo-Boer War began as a young lad when I was presented with a 2-Band Mk. 3 Snider rifle that had belonged to my great-great grandfather (who had used the rifle in the 9th Frontier War of 1877-78). Shortly after this, my grandmother gave me two more treasured family heirlooms that had belonged to my maternal grandfather. These were his Queen Victoria 1900 chocolate tin and a Pattern 1888 Lee-Metford bayonet that had been struck by a Boer marksman’s bullet.
This was the beginning of a passionate and lifelong interest in the conflict between the Boer and British forces. With the passing of time my interest and knowledge of the Boer War developed as did my own collection of associated militaria. However, it took some fifteen years before I acquired my first carved Boer Mauser rifle. This attractively carved rifle generated a new interest in yet another sphere of Boer War memorabilia. Since then I have been privileged to inspect and handle many of these wonderfully carved and historic rifles and carbines – both in museums and in private collections.
N.R. Jenzen-Jones is an arms and munitions intelligence specialist focusing on current and recent conflicts and weapons technologies. He is the Director of Armament Research Services (ARES), the Director of Research for Headstamp Publishing, and holds Visiting Fellowships at the Centre for the Reduction of Firearms Crime, Trafficking and Terrorism at the University of Northampton, and in the School of Law, Policing and Forensics at the University of Staffordshire. He serves in consultancy roles with a number of prominent organisations in the field, and has produced extensive research and analysis on a range of small arms and light weapons (SALW) and small- and medium-calibre ammunition issues. Mr. Jenzen-Jones has also provided technical assessments of incendiary weapons, cluster munitions, indirect-fire artillery weapons, and conventional arms proliferation. He maintains a broad focus on how weapon systems are selected, acquired, stockpiled, and employed.