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Carol K
If you were to go backpack camping in bear country, what would you take with you?

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Denver S
What parts kit builds have you done before?

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Eamon B
If you could not use a semi-auto (rifle or pistol) for whatever reason, would you rather use a pump-action shotgun or a pistol-caliber lever gun for home defense?

0:06:30
Grumpy Badger
Are striker fired pistols making DA/SA pistols obsolete for defensive use, in particular, is it better to steer a new shooter towards striker fired?

0:07:50
Garrett S
Do you think it is better to piece together a carry first aid kit, or purchase one prebuilt?

0:09:30
Greg S
How well did famous firearms designers do financially? Did Browning get rich? Garand? Stoner?

0:13:40
Carl L
Karl: Do what is your favorite Norwegian Food/Drink, and why?

0:14:22
Charles A
Do you think the adoption of the 5.56 would have been delayed if had NATO adopted the .280 British?

0:17:53
Lance P
Is there anyway I can encrypt my civilian communications such as radios or my day to day communication devices?

0:20:13
DandyEcho
Why did box magazines for shotguns never take off in the way they did for rifles?

0:23:00
Spencer M
Why do you think water cooled MGs were completely abandoned?

0:26:30
Tim
Anything current or upcoming in the firearms industry that has either of you excited or interested?

0:27:07
eRahja
What non waring country in ww2 had best small arms?

0:28:28
Anthony B
To both of you, When you run through a 3gun match does it make you truly appreciate the 2G ACM matches?

0:31:22
Teddy
What do y'all think of the Chinese Type 56 chest rigs from Vietnam and Afghanistan, and the "Lifchik" copies that Russians made and used from Afghanistan through Chechnya?

0:33:37
Kuzma L
Why hasn't anyone come up with integrating power source into modern rifles?

0:38:04
Hydroskull
If you were tasked with arming any country's armed forces in any way you want, but only with weaponry that they had access to at the end of WWII, w..

After using the 308 Desert Tech MDR at MM3G, Ian and Karl both put the 5.56 variant of the Desert Tech MDR on the clock at 2G-ACM.

How does the 5.56 perform compared to the 308 version?

We do have a full video regarding the installation of the 5.56 conversion kit here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sApEXizzuvw

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
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The worst massacre at a US POW camp happened as what could only be described as a spree shooting on July 8th, 1945.

This is that story.

InRange is entirely viewer supported, please consider it:
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The worst massacre at a US POW camp happened as what could only be described as a spree shooting on July 8th, 1945.

This is that story.

InRange is entirely viewer supported, please consider it:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

After using the 308 Desert Tech MDR at MM3G, Ian and Karl both put the 5.56 variant of the Desert Tech MDR on the clock at 2G-ACM.

How does the 5.56 perform compared to the 308 version?

We do have a full video regarding the installation of the 5.56 conversion kit here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sApEXizzuvw

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

After using the 308 Desert Tech MDR at MM3G, Ian and Karl both put the 5.56 variant of the Desert Tech MDR on the clock at 2G-ACM.

How does the 5.56 perform compared to the 308 version?

We do have a full video regarding the installation of the 5.56 conversion kit here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sApEXizzuvw

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Let's torture test the 5.56 version of the Desert Tech MDR with a wide variety of ammunition: steel cased, lacquered, quality and craptastic.

Federal XM193
Black Hills 50 grain V-max
Silver Bear 55 grain
Brown Bear 55 grain
TulAmmo 55 grain
TulAmmo 75 gain
M855A1

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

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This episode contains mature language and content.
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Sit down with Deviant Ollam (hacker, lock picker, cyborg), Karl from InRangeTV and James Reeves of TFBTV on the banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans for a frank and adult discussion regarding guns, rights, lock picking, history and more.

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00:00:07
Edward S
Can one just go into the desert in Arizona and shoot provided it is public land?

00:04:18
PHILLIP DOUBLE U
Do you find it irksome when InRange is referred to Forgotten Weapons?

00:05:15
Skwerl D
What are your thoughts on 300 blackout?

00:13:24
London J
What's the deal with chest holsters? Honestly I'm beside myself as to whether that's a terrible idea or just another way of carrying a handgun with a vest.

00:17:11
Brock F
In your opinion, what's a useful skill set for an individual to have? Not specifically computer specific or marksmanship based

00:20:47
Michael J
At what point does technology trump skill?

00:25:31
Sebastian M
Are RFID blocking wallets really necessary for us normal folks or is this trend just money making?

00:28:24
Teddy
We know Karl's interest in the Old West and the Ostfront / Great Patriotic War... What periods of history most captivate you two?

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

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This episode contains mature language and content.
Viewer discretion applies.
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Sit down with Deviant Ollam (hacker, lock picker, cyborg), Karl from InRangeTV and James Reeves of TFBTV on the banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans for a frank and adult discussion regarding guns, rights, lock picking, history and more.

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00:00:11
Jonathan B
Alternate WWII armament question: Given the choice between a 100% reliable M1 carbine and an M1 Garand, which would you choose to equip a military force with if you also had the means to make supporting arms in the same caliber?

00:02:35
Mikey
Biometric locking systems for gun storage?

Kyle T
How easy are fingerprint scanners, a la a smart phone, to spoof/bypass/trick?

00:12:18
Christopher S
You guys frequently mention that most of the innovation to be had in modern firearms is in optics. Do you think that suppressor advancements will also play a large role improving the overall firearm?

00:15:27
Hakan I
In your perspective, how vulnerable is US military to electronic warfare?

00:17:46
Mauserdude
Combo travel/security question. Do you have a recommendation for a decent under $100 lock for securing gun cases for airline travel?

00:20:34
Train
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00:24:05
Andrew D
Are there any instances you are aware of where TSA have illegally cut locks and anything has been done about it?

00:25:50
james K
If you were going to run a "bolt-action/geezer" division at 2gun, what would it include?

00:27:45
Tim B
I’ve heard you all mention projects to modernize Garands, SKSs, and lever guns. What’s going on with those projects?

00:28:15
Jonathan B
Do you consider the M1 carbine to be a PCC for the 2GACM?

00:28:37
Mike
You've previously said that the M1 Garand is the oldest rifle to still be a viable/practical weapon. What about the M1 makes it so, and why don't other semi-automatics of the era (Remington m..

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This episode contains mature language and content.
Viewer discretion applies.
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Sit down with Deviant Ollam (hacker, lock picker, cyborg), Karl from InRangeTV and James Reeves of TFBTV on the banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans for a frank and adult discussion regarding guns, rights, lock picking, history and more.

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00:02:45
Daniel B
I have gotten permission to start 2 Gun action at my gun club, Bluewater Sportsmans Association in Port Huron, Michigan. I just need to confirm interest to satisfy our board. Would you plug my details? [email protected] to get on the list and get details.

00:03:29
Matthew B
Do you see Desert Tech coming out with more caliber conversions for the MDR? Such as .300 Blackout, 6.5, 6.8, etc.

00:05:29
Luna
What is your opinion about those who gear up and play airsoft against each other? It is nornally looked down upon or even ridiculed in the gun community, so I was wondering what your guys opinions about it are.

00:07:54
Mattia S
I remembber you guys weren't fond of bullpups for a number of reasons. Is your general opinion about bullpups still the same?

00:11:23
John G
Hey Guys! One for Deviant: What’s the most “crude but effective” physical security measure you’ve encountered professionally?

00:15:13
Rhys
Best security improvement to an apartment door, in which heavy modification may be frowned upon.

00:20:04
Brodie K
Even though the T48 was a better choice, do you see the adoption of the M14 instead as necessary to get to the AR platform?

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

This is the second in a series of videos that we will be putting together in which we'll be testing different types of ammunition against 500AR plates in a controlled environment.

Our goal is to create an aggregated database of information in this regard.

In this second video we compare standard M80 NATO ball against Israeli M61 Black Tip AP.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

SMG Guns (Rick Smith) makes incredible FG42 reproductions; they're works of art that are truly better than the originals.

In this video Karl puts his FG42 "modernized" reproduction through the infamous InRange mud test.

How will this Lewis gun inspired action fare in the torture test?

InRange is entirely viewer supported, please consider it:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Sinistral Rifleman shot his Brownells' BRN-180 setup at last month's 2g-ACM Match.

Let's take a moment to hear his thoughts on that upper and his performance with it at the match.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

This is the first in a series of videos that we will be putting together in which we'll be testing different types of ammunition against 500AR plates in a controlled environment.
Our goal is to create an aggregated database of information in this regard.
In this first video we compare standard 7.62x54R light ball against ShKAS API.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Reloading the shotgun is one of the most critical skills required to score well at modern 3 gun.

In this video Karl provides a simple demonstration on how to efficiently load your shotgun at your next 3 gun match!

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Karl, Sinistral Rifleman (Russell Phagan) and Iain Harrison (Recoil Magazine) get together to shoot one of the world's largest 3Gun competitions - Superstition Mountain Mystery 3 Gun.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

Vltor was a supporter of Desert Brutality 2019 and they kindly invited us over to their facility to talk about some of their products and their other endeavors as well.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
http://www.patreon.com/inrangetv

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