Tag Archive: Federal

Apr 26

Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge Shotgun

From the Hickok45 Compound, an overview and range demo of the Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge Shotgun. Mossberg 590 Shockwave:  UPC: 015813506595 #50659  Gauge: 12 Capacity: 6 Barrel Type: Heavy-Walled Barrel Length: 14″ Sight: Bead Choke: Cylinder Bore LOP Type: N/A LOP: N/A Barrel Finish: Matte Blued Weight: 5.25 Length: 26.37  

Apr 04

Arsenal SLR-106FR Review and Accuracy Test

From Mrgunsngear, a review and accuracy test of the Arsenal SLR-106FR, a side-folding AK chambered in 5.56. This SLR-106FR is equipped with the RS Regulate Side Mount, Primary Arms riflescope, and Krebs Custom Flash Suppressor. The shooting rest used during the accuracy test is the P3 Ultimate Shooting Rest from CTK Precision. The 5.56 ammunition used is …

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Mar 30

Henry Long Ranger Lever-Action Rifle

From the Hickok45 Compound, a review and range demo of the Henry Long Ranger Lever-Action Rifle in 308 Win. The rifle reviewed is equipped with a Vortex Diamondback riflescope. Henry Long Ranger: The “Long Ranger” .223 Rem Model Number: H014-223 Action Type: Lever Action Rifle Caliber: .223 Rem and 5.56 NATO Capacity: .223 5 rounds Length: …

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Mar 10

Inland M1 Carbine Range Demo

From the Hickok45 Compound, an overview and range demo of an Inland M1 Carbine. The M1 Carbine was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. M1 Carbine Specs: Variants: M1A1, M1A3, M2, M2A2, M3 Cartridge: .30 Carbine Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt Rate of Fire: Semi-automatic …

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Feb 06

Gewehr 43 Rifle

From the Hickok45 Compound, an overview and range demo of the Gewehr 43 Rifle. The Gewehr 43 or Karabiner 43 (G43, K43, Gew 43, Kar 43) is a 7.92×57mm Mauser caliber semi-automatic rifle developed by Nazi Germany during World War II. Gewehr 43: Cartridge: 7.92×57mm Mauser Action: Gas-operated short-stroke piston, flapper-locked Muzzle Velocity: 746–776 m/s (2,448–2,546 ft/s) …

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