CGI: 9mm Rifles

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This week on Cool Guns of The Internet: Today’s post is brought to you by The 9×19mm Parabellum and the interesting rifles that shoot it. If you have a firearm you would like us to post in next weeks CGI all you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures@gearsofguns.com” and we’ll post it! But tell us what the firearm is and for more flavor, tell us a story about the gun like a funny hunting trip, or a sentimental story about the gun! Make it as detailed as possible! And let us know who you are if you want photo credit! PC: GearsofGuns.com | SHOT Show 2014 Media day at the range PC: GearsofGuns.com | SHOT Show 2014 H&K MP5SDPC:GearsofGuns.com | SHOT Show 2016 K-USA 9mm AK PC: Nick Leghorn from TTAG PC: Trident Arms AR 9mm using Colt Mags PC: Trident Arms … What you’re missing….

CGI: Custom Paint Jobs

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This week on Cool Guns of The Internet: Today’s post is brought to you by paint. If you have a firearm you would like us to post in next weeks CGI all you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures@gearsofguns.com” and we’ll post it! But tell us what the firearm is and for more flavor, tell us a story about the gun like a funny hunting trip, or a sentimental story about the gun! Make it as detailed as possible! And let us know who you are if you want photo credit! PC: MetalEFXPC: @OutlawCustomGunsPC:MetalEFXPC:MetalEFX

VIDEO: Shooting the Full Semi Auto Lever Action Assault Rifle with Ultra High Capacity Clip

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Today we look at how the Full Semi Auto Lever Action Assault Rifle with Ultra High Capacity Clip can give dumbass “journalist” fake PTSD. Parody Video! This is a parody video to the piece of shit “journalist” who belittles PTSD. Also who doesn’t love a good “Leave Brittany Alone” reference? So topical!

CGI: Storage Options Edition

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Today on Cool Guns of the Internet we are looking at safes and gun rooms. I think it is safe to say that anyone who owns a collection of firearms has run into this problem of wanting the best of both function as well as bit of aesthetics when it comes to building your gun room. I am running into the problem of space to build out my future armory redesign. My List of Needs A wall and bench dedicated to reloading A bench and tool chest for cleaning and Gun-Smithing Ammo storage Gun case storage Gear storage (eye and ear protection, holsters, vests, etc.) Study/office for work and video recording. What are some of your plans for your future redesigns?   Save Save

Video Tuesday!!! Desert Eagle First Look and Field Strip

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Today we get a first look at the Desert Eagle pistol from Magnum Research and do a quick field strip of the gun.

CGI: Magnum Research Edition

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This week on Cool Guns of The Internet: Today’s post is brought to you by Beastly Desert Eagle. If you have a firearm you would like us to post in next weeks CGI all you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures@gearsofguns.com” and we’ll post it! But tell us what the firearm is and for more flavor, tell us a story about the gun like a funny hunting trip, or a sentimental story about the gun! Make it as detailed as possible! And let us know who you are if you want photo credit!PC:Wicked Grips

A Look at the .30-06

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After the .30-03, the .30-06 (or 7.62x63mm) was first introduced to the United States Army in 1906. It remained in use until the early 1980s. The “.30” refers to the caliber of the bullet and “06” refers to the year it was introduced. The purpose of the invention of the .30-06 was to catch up on the lighter weight, higher velocity calibers that the warring European nations of the early 20th century were creating. The European nations were adopting the pointed spitzer bullets thus throwing the .30-03 out of style, fast. The .30-06 was created with its neck shortened at .01 of an inch (2.54mm) and loaded with a case of 150 gr (9.7) spitzer bullet type that had a muzzle velocity of 2700 ft/s (823 m/s) The M1903 Springfield rifle, that was invented for the parent case, .30-03, was modified to effectively fire the .30-06 round. The modifications to … What you’re missing….

Freedom Ordnance FM-9 Belt Fed Upper Receiver

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Having a belt fed rifle sounds awesome doesn’t it? While everyone else is having to constantly change out magazines every 30 rounds or so, you are able to just keep slinging lead down range to your hearts content. Who wouldn’t enjoy that feeling? Who Wants to Stop? Until recently, you would have to cough up the dough to purchase a machine gun to enjoy such pleasures. And you know the cost of firing it would add up quickly; even .223 can cost quite a bit when you are shooting a couple thousand round. Because, let’s be honest, you’re not going to want to stop after a couple of boxes. Firearm Cost vs Ammo Cost Recently there has been a trend of semi-auto only “machine guns” being released. We recently reviewed one here by Ohio Ordnance. And while they are cheaper and easier to purchase than their full auto counterparts, the … What you’re missing….

Press Release: Mossberg® Introduces 590A1™ and 500® Compact Cruiser® AOWs The New Generation of 12 Gauge Sub-Compact, Pump-Action NFA Firearms

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North Haven, CT – O.F. Mossberg and Sons, Inc. is pleased to offer new sub-compact NFA firearms, based on its time-proven 12-gauge 590A1 and 500 pump-actions. Classified by the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) as AOWs (Any Other Weapon), the 590A1/500 Compact Cruiser AOWs require a $5 tax stamp for transfer, as well as the required NFA transfer paperwork. Two 12-gauge, 3-inch sub-compact versions are available with all of the standard features of the 590A1/500 platform that millions worldwide have selected for personal defense and in service to our country. The Compact Cruisers are built on Mossberg’s legendary 500 action, which passed the rigorous testing required to meet or exceed U.S. Armed Services MilSpec 3443 requirements; the only shotgun manufacturer to pass these endurance, accuracy and quality tests. The 590A1/500 AOWs are designed for smooth, reliable operation and feature non-binding twin action bars; positive steel-to-steel lock-up; an … What you’re missing….

CGI: Quiet Edition

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CGI: Suppressed Edition This week on Cool Guns of The Internet: Today’s post is brought to you by the sweet sounds that aren’t loud. If you have a firearm you would like us to post in next weeks CGI all you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures@gearsofguns.com” and we’ll post it! But tell us what the firearm is and for more flavor, tell us a story about the gun like a funny hunting trip, or a sentimental story about the gun! Make it as detailed as possible! And let us know who you are if you want photo credit! PC: Cheaper Than Dirt