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Check out the most insane bullets in the world! This top 10 list of scariest and deadliest ammunition creates some of the most dangerous military weapons ever! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "MYSTERIOUS Creatures Living At The BOTTOM Of The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/Efhjc-Gu508 Watch our "SECRETS Casinos DON'T Want You To Find Out!" video here: https://youtu.be/hAoABuvzOZM Watch our "RAREST And Most EXPENSIVE Cars In The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/MtCnWSqqilg 11: Dragon’s Breath Rounds Dragon’s breath rounds consist of mostly magnesium pellets and shards. These are considered some of the coolest and most exotic shotgun rounds ever! It is not considered a tactical load and is really just for fun although it can be quite dangerous. 10. Hollow Points Hollow point bullets have exactly that. A hollowed out shape in the point of the bullet which causes it to expand as it hits its target, causing more damage to tissue. They are outlawed for use in warfare, and in many countries and states in the US, but they are used by some law enforcement personnel, and ordinary gun owners in self-defense. 9. Railgun Projectiles Actually, who needs bullets at all anymore?? The US Navy electromagnetic railgun is essentially a super weapon!! This futuristic projectile is safer to stockpile than explosive ammunition and much cheaper. The railgun can fire a hardened projectile and blast anything it hits like a meteorite from outer space. 8: The .577 Tyrannosaur For those not acquainted with the T-Rex: It was one of the deadliest carnivorous dinosaurs, with teeth the size of bananas. What’s more, it could swallow 500 pounds of flesh in one bite. If you want to learn more, just watch my video on the largest carnivorous dinosaurs of all time!! 7. Nuclear Bullets After the collapse of the USSR, the media started reporting on the presence of a mysterious weapon developed since the 1960s. According the original article which was published in Russian, Soviet physicists were producing nuclear bullet fillers out of an element called californium. 6: Depleted Uranium Silver Bullets While Soviet nuclear bullets read like science fiction, depleted uranium bullets, DUs, are pure fact. These rounds penetrate through thick hardened steel, making them the ultimate tank killers. 5: Flash Thunder Grenade Ammo The Flash Thunder Grenade Ammo is not your typical shotgun round. A shot produces a blinding flash and an extremely powerful blast of 182 decibels. At just a little more, 195 dB, the human eardrums rupture. Jet planes taking off only produce 165dB. 4: Macho Gaucho Rounds Macho Gaucho rounds mimic the appearance of the “bolas,” a device made by linking two heavy balls with a string of one-to-two feet. Gauchos or South American cowboys have used this contraption for hundreds of years to hunt game and capture cattle since it entangles the animal’s legs causing it to trip. 3: Jihawg Ammo Labeled as the most controversial round in the universe, the Jihawg Ammo is the subject of much criticism and ridicule, even in the gun owning community. Its creators, believed to be some Idaho gun owners, were sitting around a campfire enjoying their drinks. 2: Punt Gun Shells The Punt Gun is the largest shotgun ever, used avidly by wildfowl hunters in the 19th to 20th centuries. A typical punt gun averaged 8 feet 4 inches in length, weighed 43 kg, and had a bore diameter of 2-inches ( 51 mm) 1: G-2 Research R.I.P. Bullet Topping this list of insane bullets is the Radically Invasive Projectile, nicknamed the “Rest in Peace” bullet. Many consider it the world’s deadliest bullet, and the manufacturer markets it as “the last round you’ll ever need.” Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
http://www.theshootingshow.tv http://www.sportsmatch-uk.com With the rats proving reluctant to show themselves at night, we hit the farmyard in broad daylight to see if the rodents are on the move. And it seems that the rats here are keeping unusual hours, as Mat picks off a procession of scavenging scaly-tails in full sunlight. There’s also a treat for those of you who like to hunt with night vision during the winter months. We’ve pulled together a roundup of some of our favourite shots taken with the Nite Sight night vision kit. -- Get more airgun insight every month in our sister magazine Airgun Shooter, now totally redesigned and available in all good newsagents and from www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/field-sports -
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The MK38 is the naval version of the M242, it equip the US Navy, with nearly 4,000 copies in 2012. The Mk 38 consists of the M242 chain gun and the Mk 88 Mod 0 machine gun mount. It provides ships with defensive and offensive gunfire capability for the engagement of a variety of surface targets. Designed primarily as a close-range defensive measure, it provides protection against patrol boats, floating mines, and various shore-based targets. The M242 is currently in use by the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. The M242 Bushmaster is a 25 mm (25×137mm) chain-driven autocannon. It is used extensively by the U.S. military, as well as by NATO's and some other nations' forces in ground combat vehicles, such as the Bradley fighting vehicle and various watercraft. Originally the weapon was designed and manufactured by Hughes Ordnance in Culver City, CA, which was acquired by McDonnell Douglas (later acquired by the Boeing Corporation); however it is now produced by Alliant Techsystems (ATK) of Mesa, Arizona. It is an externally powered, chain-driven, single-barrel weapon which may be fired in semi-automatic, burst, or automatic modes. It is fed by a metallic link belt and has dual-feed capability. The term "chain gun" derives from the use of a roller chain that drives the bolt back and forth. The standard rate of fire is 200 rounds per minute. The weapon has an effective range of 3,000 metres (9,800 ft), depending on the type of ammunition used. With over 10,000 units sold worldwide, it is one of the most successful modern autocannons. ►Subscribe Now -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT4layPPCzgR_99g5VYYvmQ?sub_confirmation=1
From swords for samurai and kings, to swords that can cut through stone here are the histories of some of the most incredible swords ever unearthed. 8) The Wallace Sword: At a massive 5 feet 4 inches long from razor-sharp blade to hilt , the Wallace sword is an intimidating piece of metalwork. Believed to be wielded by William Wallace himself during the Wars of Scottish Independence, the Wallace Sword is surrounded in mystery and much debate. Allegedly, the sword was sent to John de Menteith, the Governor of Dumbarton Castle, after Wallace’s execution in 1305. From there, the sword’s location is unknown until 1505 when King James IV of Scotland paid for the sword’s hilt, pommel, scabbard, and belt to be replaced. According to legend, the King ordered this due to Wallace’s original components being comprised of the dried skin of English commander Hugh Cressingham after his defeat at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. After this, the sword once again goes missing, with no written mention of it until three centuries later, when a letter was received from the War Office in 1875. The letter states that in 1825, the sword was sent to the Tower of London to be repaired. The sword was then sent to Dr. Samuel Meyrick to be analyzed. Dr. Meyrick concluded that the sword’s components could not have belonged to Wallace, citing them as being made no earlier than the 16th century. A heated debate has developed around the authenticity of the Wallace sword, as many find Dr.Meyrick’s evaluation to be invalid due to him not examining the actual blade of the sword, only the parts that were likely replaced by King James. Recent studies have revealed that there are pieces of a 13th century blade in the sword but during repairs, metals from other time periods have been mixed in, making it incredibly difficult to precisely date the sword and nearly impossible to cite an owner. 7) Tizona: Tizona, and its sister sword, Colada, was wielded by Rodrigo Diaz, better known as El Cid. With a name literally meaning, “firebrand”, this sword struck fear into the hearts of countless men during its time at El Cid’s side. El Cid was an incredibly strong military strategist and warrior, fighting for the Castille. He fought with Tizona against the Moors as a chief general of Alfonso VI’s army. It is alleged that El Cid won Tizona from its previous owner, King Yusef of Valencia. Stories of his military prowess rapidly spread, sparking poems and folktales that have survived even into modern times, several surrounding El Cid being chosen by God and Tizona’s supposed magical powers. Tizona’s powers are believed to be related to the bravery and strength of its wielder, growing most powerful when in the hands of El Cid. It is said that men faced with Tizona in a fight will drop to their knees and beg forgiveness or flee if the sword is owned by the right man. One popular story features El Cid after his death in 1099: in it, El Cid was seated, in full armor, in a church with Tizona at his side. A Jewish man plucked a hair from the deceased El Cid’s beard and the sword struck him down, nearly killing him. After being attended to, the man repents and allows himself to be baptized, the power of the sword converting him. Whether any of these tales hold any truth is up to interpretation but the power of Tizona in the hands of El Cid can historically never be denied. 6) Durendal: Durendal is arguably one of the most interesting swords of all time. Given to legendary paladin Roland by King Charlemagne, Durendal is said to contain a tooth from Saint Peter, a piece of Jesus Christ’s mother, Mary’s clothing, blood from Basil of Caesarea, and hair from Saint Denis all within its gold hilt. The wild claims do not end there, though, as Durendal is said to be the strongest sword of all time, fully capable of slicing large boulders in half with just one swing. It is cited in local lore as the cause of an area in the Pyrenees known as “Roland’s Breech” due to Roland swinging it into the rocks, leaving behind a large gash. The sword is also entirely indestructible by any known human means. The location of Durendal is not currently known, though several fake swords have appeared. Some claim it was stolen away by Henry Curtmantel in 1183 after being placed in the chapel of Mary while others claim it was simply lost or destroyed. The most popular story among locals is that Roland threw the sword into the cliffs of Rocamadour, where it stuck due to the sharpness of the blade, though the tourist offices claim it to be a replica. 5) Legbiter 4) The Sword of Goujian 3) The Seven-Branched Sword 2) Joyeuse 1)Curved saber of San Martín
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