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Joe L
How come you stopped uploading your videos to PornHub? I

Brice H.
What piece(s) of gear have you originally thought to be useless or impractical but after testing found to be very practical and usable?

Fabian H
Ever thought of doing live stream Q&As?

Daniel F
Would a magazine cut off and single loading option have made a lever gun a more acceptable option to military adoption?

Benjamin R
IWhat is your opinion of russian/belarusian optics quality? Have you been seeing improvement over the years?

Anthony H
What do foreigners need to know about competing in the Finnish match?

Alex S.
What your y'alls thoughts on the G36?

Kevin B
Do you think the M1 Garand would have been better than the BAR for walking fire in WWI given its lighter weight and quick reload if mass issued?

eRahja
What weapon would you use as Soviet soldier during world war 2 if you could choose(No captured weapons)?

Jonathan J.
John Moses Browning or Eugene Stoner for greatest American firearm engineer?

Christopher S
If you could go back in time and have one gun receive the development the AR15 has received since it's inception, which do you think would be most interesting?

Ian S
Do you think we will see a time were handguns and rifles will have no iron sights?

DandyEcho
Why is it you think that bolt action rifles and pump action shotguns became the norm?

Brian C
Best value in home-built parts kits available today? CETME-C/G3, CETME-L, Uzi, or still the AK?

David L
Update on your Beretta 92 and Walther CCP?

Garrett Sder
Favorite piece if classic/vintage gear?

Roy B
Is an SMG effective in a modern context?

John L
What has been more practical, a slick plate carrier with a chest rig on top, or a combined rig?

Joseph F
Did you really throw away the CZ52/57ish at Red Oktober?

Jon C
Given the number of weapons you (and particularly Ian) have lying around and borrow for videos, how many calibers of ammo do you have lying around?

Tim B
Would you all consider a project to moder..

For those of you who wish to see a raw, less edited and less talky version of the stages from Tiger Valley this year, we're going to put these out as well each day after the primary stage video.

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
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The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

Here's stage 5 - Glock Re-assembly

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For those of you who wish to see a raw, less edited and less talky version of the stages from Tiger Valley this year, we're going to put these out as well each day after the primary stage video.

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

The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

Here's stage 4 - Barricades and Little Heads

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We got our our hands on an original, unmodified 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle.

This is how Browning designed the gun for WW1 originally:
No bipod
Select fire (fully automatic & semi-automatic)
Lighter
P17 style aperture sights

It is our belief that thus gun was not improved with the later 1918A2 modifications that became the issued variant in WW2.

We demonstrate the handling, live fire and walking fire (with proper WW1 accessories) in this brief video.

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For those of you who wish to see a raw, less edited and less talky version of the stages from Tiger Valley this year, we're going to put these out as well each day after the primary stage video.

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

The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

Here's stage 3 - The Rat Trap

InRange is entirely viewer supported:
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For those of you who wish to see a raw, less edited and less talky version of the stages from Tiger Valley this year, we're going to put these out as well each day after the primary stage video.

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

The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

Here's stage 2 - Shoot House.

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In this mud test we torture a reproduction (Uberti) 1876 Winchester lever action rifle chambered in 45-60. We proposed that this should have been a rifle considered for combat service in our What If Lever Gun Series of videos, so with that in mind, let's find out how it can weather the harshest of all InRange endeavors: our mud.

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For those of you who wish to see a raw, less edited and less talky version of the stages from Tiger Valley this year, we're going to put these out as well each day after the primary stage video.

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

The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

Here's stage 1 - Vehicular Assault. It didn't go as well as planned and Karl skipped a few rounds off the glass (bore offset with crazy Ruskie scope), but it wasn't a disaster either.

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

The Tiger Valley 2 Man 2 Gun team match is a very unique event that requires collaboration, communication and combined efforts between both team members to succeed. We have been promoting this match on InRange for years as one of the quintessential events to attend for anyone interested in the unique combination of a shooting and training event. This match has influenced the philosophy of 2g-ACM and the InRange Brutality matches more than any other by far.

This year Sinistral Rifleman and Karl teamed up with some unique rifles to see how they'd fare in this event that emphasizes practicality over gimmicks: a KE Arms SBR AR15 and a Arsenal SLR106UR.

Typically SBR configurations are detrimental, or at least provide no advantages, l in match environments but we suspect that might be different with Tiger Valley.

This is the first video of the series in which we discuss our gear and our goals for the Tiger Valley 2018 2 Man Team match.

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

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Jean-Yves Mead
Does InRange use any alternatives to Patreon for viewer-funded support?
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Matthew C.
With the Garand now a days, would you chamber it in .308 or keep it 30-06? Outside of "muh garand" there's more loads available.

Christopher S
Any new projects similar to the old west vignettes or the underground railroad on the way?

Jordan R
Sks D that uses ak mags, viable option as a modern carbine?

Steve P.
Are you guys going to Shot Show this year?

Gary Y
Monopod on mag vs "traditional hasty sling" with an AR?

Phil B
Favorite cocktail?

Arthur C.
Assuming we enter a future where cybernetic augmentations/transhumanism starts becoming viable, do you believe there will be legislative/legal restrictions, and would you find yourself willing to augment?

Stefano R
Are you going to do more "tasting history" videos in the future?

Jordan K
Has anyone in 2gacm history used an arm brace for its original purpose?

Matias
Is there any reason to get a modern double stack polymer 9mm pistol?

Eamon B
What are your thoughts on rifle-only run-and-gun type matches?

John G
Worst injury sustained during a match?

John L
Thoughts on requiring all competitors to have an IFAK?

Mathias L
Do you think that the platform or concept of the Stoner 63 deserves more R&D? Regards from Sweden and love the content!

Ligma Dragoon
Opinion on walther p38?

Keith K
Modernizing lever guns?

Kyle T
What is the best all around semi auto only pistol caliber carbine for competition, defensive use, and range toy?

Molly
What do you think about the possibility of a Colt Walker conversion (or revolver of similar scale) chambered in .45-60, a true 'Horse-Pistol' for the cavalry?

Christopher B
After the disaster that was your weapon choice with this year's Red Oktober match, have you given any thought to next year? Is it back to one of the AK's? Or are you going to try and find something else that's wild and strange?

Nic..

Is there a better way to celebrate the holidays than shooting sub machine guns? No, of course not.

Join Ian and Karl for some festive holiday magic as they waste a lot of ammunition in an effort to save Santa Claus from the enemies of Holiday Cheer.

The M11A1 Tungsten bolt was manufactured by Vegas SMG.
Ian's upper is built by Lage, Mfg.

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Our recent work with the MDR has inspired a lot of comments and questions which inspired this conversation:

What is a bullpup?
Why bullpups?

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Yes, bolt action rifles in combat are obsolete.

https://youtu.be/6Alv5opx76Y

Bolt guns and WW1 guns in general are indeed obsolete.

Let's compare two different shooters from Stage 3 of the recent WW1 match:
Sinistral Rifleman took 2nd place in Armored division with an SBR AR15 and a RDS Glock 17.
Karl took 1st place in WW1 division with a Gew98 & a 9mm C96.

How far apart were their scores? Let's watch and see...

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Sinistral Rifleman's Ithica 37 is actually a family heirloom with some interesting local Arizona history associated with it.

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In this video we discuss the long awaited Desert Tech MDR 308 Bullpup - handling, ergonomics, manual of arms and live fire.

We've been rather critical about bullpups here at InRangeTV but Desert Tech is the most modern approach to this firearm type which appears to aggregate a lot of best of breed ideas into one platform.

Let's see how it does.

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In this episode of the Lever Gun Series we discuss the 1876 Winchester.

We believe that this rifle, chambered in 45-60, was the possibly the best combat arm of its time that never saw combat.

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This is part 3 of 3 part series we're doing with InRange regarding the Underground Railroad.

The Underground Railroad was a very thoroughly well thought out system used to smuggle refugee slaves from the slave states through the "Free States" to Canada.

In this episode we were provided a very thorough tour of the Levi and Catherine Coffin house. Levi and Catherine were Quakers who quite literally put their lives and livelihood on the line by building a custom house designed as a depot for the smuggling of refugees through the Underground Railroad. They took another approach towards rebellion - hiding in plain sight.

While this is not technically an Old West Vignette, it certainly falls into the category of the sort of history we attempt to bring to InRangeTV.

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A very desperate Nazi Germany was preparing to arm everyone, quite literally everyone, with people's rifles to fight against the unslaught of the Red Army that was steadily marching into Berlin. A number of designs were created across multiple manufacturers, the most well known one being the Gustloff Werke's semi-automatic VG1-5.

Rheinmetall took a different approach, however, and designed the "VG45" - a very low cost, quick to produce bolt action rifle chambered in 7.92 kurz using detachable Mp44 magazines.

The "VG45" never made it off paper and was never produced during the war, however, a small number have been made post war and here's a brief video of Karl firing one.

The gun is light, handles very well and has very minimal recoil.
Quite honestly, it looks terrible but shoots very well.

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The Halloween Horror Shotgun Match was started many years ago by the 2g-ACM group as a way to have fun with our scatterguns without being too serious. It has been an intermittent tradition since then, and this year it came back for a resurfacing.

Come watch us fight in the Upside Down against Terminators and with the assistance of Necropegacorns using scatterguns.

Stage 3 - Spinners that are too far away.

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