Naked Ape's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMOa...

Sadly I didn't get the original copy, so instead I had to get ANOTHER mirror (which was in 360P for some retarded reason) and then I tried upscaling it to 1080P the best I could (keyword being TRY
A mirror of a mirror.

Long and short of it. Naked Ape is a former atheist fedora lord turned trad funny man. Literally going from being a smug fedora lord to being a smug trad fag. He is also literally fucking gay with a non white lover, while denouncing race mixing mixing and other races in the past. All of this shit can be found on his kiwi farms thread.

Just another example of a person using political identity as a cudgel to seem more indigent and lord over others.

Forgotten Weapons
Published on Apr 11, 2015

Sold for:
$690 (Smaller frame with round butt, with one other pistol)
$575 (Square butt, short barrel, lightening cuts in slide, with one other pistol)
$633 (The one with the "bayonet lug", with one other pistol)
$1,035 (The one that locks open on an empty mag)
$575 (Square butt with ivory-colored grips, with one other pistol)
$920 (Huge & narrow 1900 copy with really long grip)
$920 (Nicely made Browning 1900 copy)

During the 1920s and 1930s, a combination of civil wars and international arms embargoes led to a lot of domestic firearms production in China. The size and quality of manufacturing facilities varied widely - everything from massive factories established with European technical assistance to one-man shops only a step or two above being blacksmiths. The weapons produced varied in quality to match. Among other weapons made during this period were handguns mechanically based on several European designs (the Browning 1900, Mauser C96, and Mauser 1910/14, primarily). These handguns show a huge variety of aesthetic designs, gibberish markings, and fake proof marks. They are virtually all single action, simple blowback designs, chambered for .32ACP or 7.63 Mauser. This auction at RIA includes a whole bunch of these pistols, so I picked out a handful of good examples to show some of the elements often seem among them.
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Published on May 6, 2016
Just a short update on what I have finished on the build, problems, successes, and a vote on what the next build should be!
I really want to thank a few fellow creators that have been very supportive and inspirational to me. The first is Clinton Westwood. He has already built his version of this design, and it came out amazing. If you have not seen it yet, please go check out his channel and watch the series. Here is the link... Clinton Westwoods Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0VCN0pkJ-k6dVhdG9bbC1g

The next person is Bananapotpie. He has a simple approach to gun building, and doesn't use expensive machines to make functioning weapons. You definitely need to check out his channel. Here is the link....Bananapotpie's channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC15xyKHgFI1JiThMcexWMJA

The next builder that I really admire is actually a woman, and a true artisan. Waffenschmiedin x is her handle. Her builds are commercial quality. Check out the channel here...Waffenschmiedin x's channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrT_9lgNfVlt2acnMHnpWFw


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Published on Feb 4, 2018
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I make these very easy percussion caps for guns, using fuses and armstrong mixture. The explosion rate depends of the mixture quality.
Reuploading from youtube

Published on Oct 29, 2014
We take on a few viewer-suggestions that came up on the first video we showed. In this video, we give a few more reasons why this combination is a bad idea. We take nail gun rounds (powder actuator ammo) and use those to shoot .22 caliber lead pellets with out of .22 rifles.

Curious HOW FAST the pellets went? Do you think we are lying?

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Published on Jun 1, 2016

Once again we take a look at launching pellets using powder actuation tool loads, or nail gun blanks. This time I'll address some ideas and suggestions viewers have brought up, like gluing the pellet to the blank to speed things up.

DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for scientific, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK.
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Published on May 14, 2012
DISCLAIMER : reproduce at your own risk. At least, this one should be legal in most countries.

This is about the action, not the gun, so the short smoothbore barrel and shabby magazine shown are only for demonstration. A bolt action is only worthwhile if you have access to properly rifled barrels.
The bolt is rimfire only (using .22 magnum in the video) but can be adapted to centerfire cartridges simply by drilling the firing pin hole in the middle of the bolt face instead of in front of the chambered cartridge's rim. There is also no need for an extractor slot in the breech face with rimless centerfires since the groove the extractor catches can be left sticking out of the chamber.

This action is rear locking. It is simpler but also weaker than frontal locking lugs. With the top of the handle locking alone like in the video, using anything more powerful than a .44 magnum is asking for trouble. If you make a double recess in the stock in order to lock both the bottom and the top of the handle, it should handle rounds up to a 30.06. For example, the Lee-Enfield in .303 is rear locking. Using steel inserts for the handle to lock against is always a good idea, they can spread the blowback over a wider area of wooden stock.

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Mark Fuller
Published on Jan 20, 2017
Warning : Please do not try this! 3D printing and firing plastic gun is very dangerous and could be illegal in your State / Nation. Know your laws.

Gun: Songbird V2 by Patrick
Ammo: 22lr
Barrel: Bridge Nylon by taulman3D http://amzn.to/2iKusjK
Body & trigger assembly: PLA http://amzn.to/2iTzqGe

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463 Pooler Parkway
Pooler, Ga 31322
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Forgot where I got this from. Point still stands.

Bat'ko the Manarchist
Published on Jan 30, 2017
/pol/ being retarded...again.

Published on May 31, 2016
Hopefully you've seen this gun on Royal Nonesuch's channel: https://youtu.be/k1PiHGE7CF4 Here Gun Designer Mark Serbu goes into detail as to how the gun was designed and built.
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Stephen Ruth
Published on Aug 25, 2015
No Games, Just Balls
re uploading from youtube

Published on Apr 15, 2012

Expedient submachinegun/Tribute to Philip Luty/Reposted European build

Reuploaded in case of youtube take down. Not my video, and not my horrible music.

Published on Nov 21, 2016

This is a re upload due to demonetization. Please consider becoming a patron to the channel. https://patreon.com/Tater79bj

Reposted in case of youtube take down.

Published on Nov 20, 2016

This is a re upload due to demonetization.
Reuploading here incase of youtube takedown.

Prince of Random Stuff
Published on Dec 23, 2016
Homemade shotgun with homemade ammunition.

i use matches for the powder and red cap ammo of a toy gun as ignition or the primer. and marble as bullet.

well, i wanted to load different bullets i could use but, unfortunately at the last test fire broke the gun. well im planning to fix and tweak it a little to prevent the same problem,

stay tune for the final product of this project.

Thanks for watching and subscribing!
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Reuploaded from AK Custom on youtube.

Published on Mar 31, 2017
I build a homemade shotgun ......and cover it with Hello Kitty duct tape to piss of the anti's........ from common hardware store items.

Copyright 2015, OpenCarryUSMC
All elements are the property of OpenCarryUSMC
All rights reserved

Re uploading in case of youtube take down

Re-uploading here. Was taken down from youtube as far as I can tell. Taken from The King of Random youtube

The Ammo Channel
Published on May 2, 2014

Gathering basic performance data of improvised propellant from matchbook powder as compared against a common smokeless powder. I chose a revolver round to avoid concerns of cycling a semi automatic in these early tests. Unique was selected as the smokeless powder to compare against because of its wide range of applications. I feel both 38 special and Unique are "non performance" choices that contributed to a reasonable comparison. The firearm has a short 2.25" barrel, Ruger SP101 357 Magnum. I intend to do more testing with longer barrels (Rifle rounds).

Do not try this. There is not much data out there for improvised ammo and propellants can vary widely. My tests are not really scientific and the data presented here should be considered for entertainment value only. Only you are responsible for your own safety.

Not my video, reuploading to bitchute.

The Ammo Channel
Published on Apr 4, 2014

Here I use safety matches, not strike anywhere type. Reloading with ground up matches is not not a new idea but I wanted to see if I could make a functional 38 special round substituting matchbooks for powder and primer. I urge you NOT to attempt this. It is risky and I have not tested it beyond what you see in this video. This is simply a proof of concept that it is possible to create usable ammo with limited resources. This 38 special could just have easily been 9mm or most any other round, with varying powder charges of course. Match heads are corrosive.

More info on this round:

Reuploading on bitchute, not my video.

Don't be this autist.


Created 2 years, 1 month ago.

28 videos

CategoryDIY & Gardening

I upload random stuff here. Some of it may be DIY videos on civil disobedience, other might just be shitposts n memes. Most of the stuff I post here is just to host or somethin.

If any of the original video creators i mirrored want the stuff taken down just contact me.