Lots of folks have asked me over the years about a defensive situation inside residential houses. The fear is that in an attempt to shoot the zombie at the door, bullets could punch through the drywall and end up God knows where.
As you might expect, shooting your AR vs. your Glock is going to have different effects based on the power of that round. These guys did an unofficial drywall test with 5.56, 12 gauge, and 9mm. Check out the vid:
Interesting stuff, but this test is far from accurate... No studs, insulation, electrical wiring, or anything else in these walls, and I don't think anyone lives in a house behind 8 consecutive walls a few inches apart. Over penetration through drywall is definitely something to think about, and maybe a handgun instead of your grandfather's M1 Garand might be a better choice for zombie protection in the suburbs. Take this test with a grain of salt...
That AK47 design has been long over due for an update. Larry Vickers got an inside look at the new AK400 Series rifle straight out of Russia. Check out the updated features:
Lol, congrats on borrowing the AR15 perks! Pretty cool nonetheless.
Handheld minigun? Nope, no governors of Minnesota or aliens in the jungle, this is Richard Ryan shooting at armor plates. Check out the vid:
Damn, that .308 puts out some recoil. Pretty cool vid.
I've seen a lot of obscure gun products over the years... SERPA holsters aren't exactly the safest option due to the unique placement of the retention button. Attaching a SERPA holster to your AR15 to hold a backup pistol (in addition to the one on your belt) has me scratching my head... That is exactly what GripShot has done, and they have even created a video with the most obvious question about this product.
Wow, the answer is to insult the audience! Listen, the average Beretta weighs over two pounds unloaded, and ammo and the weight of the holster means you've got a really front heavy rifle. That isn't counting the bipod, super tactical flash light, fake suppressor, and the rest of the crap you've got on your weapon.
Here is a video of the Gripshot in action:
I suppose it is a third of a second faster, but this product feels like an April Fool's Day Joke. This gag gift will set you back $135; visit GripShot for more info.