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WWSD2020 serial number 49 was put through a brutal torture test, firing over 1,000 rounds, as well as run over by a Bronco truck by RECOIL and InRangeTV. Sinistral Rifleman smooshed the handguard back into functional shape and then took it out to a match to put it on the clock.

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In this video Karl and Iain Harrison of RECOIL put the WWSD2020 carbine through well over 210 rounds sustained full auto fire as a test of the viability of the design and the components.

Make sure you also watch the RECOIL video also published today in which the KP15 (and WWSD2020 carbine) are put through an even more extensive torture test.

We'd like to thank Iain, KE Arms and RECOIL for helping put this collaborative test together!

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Has the pandemic and social panic made it impossible for you find ammunition or reloading components?

Watch this video for a quick and easy lifehack that'll get you shooing away those COVID-19 blues in less than 3 minutes!

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We've installed the 6.5 Creedmoor conversion barrel into the InRange MDR, which couldn't have been easier. With the longer barrel, Desert Tech muzzle break and longer handguard, this design handles very well with quite minimal recoil for being chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. This raised an interesting question - how well could this platform, in this cartridge, compete on the clock at 2g-ACM against all the intermediate, mostly 5.56) competition?

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Here's a question:
If you wanted to purchase a wholly American manufactured RDS, what are your options?

We plan to address this question in an ongoing series here on InRange, this with this video being about the Sig Sauer Romeo 4T.

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Per viewer requests, I'm going to start doing field strip videos of some of the firearms profiled here on InRangeTV. We're starting with the G36.

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We bring you a Varusteleka Finnish Brutality 2020 update, live from...Arizona.

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Stay tuned though, lots to come!

The very first test runs of serial numbers 1-50 of the KE Arms KP15 polymer lower have been through by-hand secondary operations and are out at the 2g-ACM match for field trials a mere few days after they were vibration welded.

In this video we test three of the very first test KP15 lowers by running them through the match in three different configurations. We discuss everything that has progressed so far to get to this point and what the next steps are.

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There are a lot of design goals one must think of when designing an SMG for its intended goals:
ROF
Weight
Magazine Capacity

Each of these must be balanced for what is desired. Are you looking for longer sustained fire for suppression, or trying to increase the likelihood of a hit on a fleeting target? These goals actually conflict with one another.
In this video we directly compare an MP18 to an early MP40 to a Lage Max31aMk2 and discuss this topic.

Massive thanks to Bear Arms in Scottsdale, AZ for their support and bringing out the MP18 and MP40 for this video!

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Major milestone achieved - first shots fired with one of the first KE Arms KP15 lowers!

Here's a question:
If you wanted to purchase a wholly American manufactured RDS, what are your options?

We plan to address this question in an ongoing series here on InRange, starting with this final review of the Leupold Freedom RDS in its "Blackring" hardened iteration.

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In this video we get to handle and live fire a rare WW1 Maschinenpistole 18/I.
How does the first combat tested, viable SMG handle?

This was brought out for us courtesy of Bear Arms in Scottsdale, Arizona - big thanks to Kurt!

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The KE Arms KP15 polymer lower has begun production! This lower is heart of our WWSD2020 carbine concept, and it is very exciting to have reached this milestone.

While this video is brief, it is dense and calorically rich in terms of information about the injection molding process that is being used to create the lower that will bring the AR15 back to its intended design goals.

Let's take some time at the table to discuss the Galil series of rifles as well as compare the original 5.56 IMI Galil to the modern IWI 7.62 Galil ACE.

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Cameron W
Will you be revisiting optics for WWSD2020?

1:30
Paul S
What’s going on with Brutality matches due to the pandemic?

3:26
Chadi P
If you had to move out of the USA, where would you settle?

4:00
NotHiddeninSomeBunker, OHNO
Is the HiPoint a good choice for a first pistol?

4:50
Andrew C
With all the new gun owners will we see less demand for gun restrictions?

5:50
Kory Z
What is the one thing that bugs you most about “gun culture”?

8:50
Robert S
Are there any advantages to an SMG converted to semi over a pistol?

9:30
Peter A
Are laser dry fire systems worthwhile?

10:23
Bunny
Are CNC machined bullets worth the cost in 380?

11:00
Thomas N
Is there a reason for a 5.7 Revolver?

11:23
Pratik
I don’t own a gun because l live in California, what should I get?

12:20
Windwalker57
What long arm and sidearm would you bring to WW1 if you had to use ammunition available at the time?

13:15
Brandan S
Do you think competition shooting puts an emphasis on low power cartridges?

14:50
Nicholas P
Was there any particular piece of media that got you interested in firearms?

15:55
Teddy
Do you have any particular method for finding cool gun/pawn shops?

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RedArmyReenactor
People usually denigrate Soviet machine guns from WW2. Is that fair?

18:20
Andrew C
Did you make that outside table you use for reviews?

18:48
Matthew J
Any chance for Winter Brutality?

19:00
Michael K
Have you ever considered using your best gear in a filmed match to go for the win?

20:15
Uilim
With failing eyesight, what’s the best sighting system?

20:42
Lane W
Should the G36 have been retained by the German military?

21:39
Andrew D
Do you think the 45 Colt is still popular because of military adoption?

22:34
Will W
Did you keep the .50 GI Glock?

22:59
Asdf
Is there a benefit of learning to shoot with iron sights over optics?

23:45
Derrick S
What firearms are overhyped by the media?

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Peterson D
Is it safe to shoot a Springfield Trapdoor with light smokeless “cowboy” loads?
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This was filmed well before the COVID19 pandemic, thus you will not see social distancing or masks in this content.
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Additionally, if you see any ads in this video, it's because of some of the copy written content therein claimed by the copy write owner, InRange continues to be proactively demonetized.
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In this video we go through the history and development of Taser technology: what inspired it, how it evolved, how it works and where it stands today. We also touch on a few other offerings from Axon (previously Taser), such as their body cam systems.

I'd like to thank my friend Deviant for coordinating this tour and our friend Scorch for providing it.

If you'd like to learn more about the Taser X12 XREP, see Ian's video on Forgotten Weapons here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jli5MwO9Qk

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In this video we discuss the assassination of Jesse James which ultimately landed up in the assassination of the assassin, Robert Ford.

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Sinistral Rifleman has a nightmare.

In this video we use the 2g-ACM environment to put the IWI Galil ACE 308 to the test, on the clock & in the dirt.

How does this rifle perform?
How does it compete against other rifles, including the majority of 5.56 guns, on the field?

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When cartridges really became viable, both militarily and commercially, a lot of "average" people didn't bother to upgrade because of cost, but also because their percussion gun was already sufficient for their needs.

In this video we test an 44 caliber 1860 Colt percussion pistol against a Richard-Mason Type 2 Cartridge conversion and compare the advantages, and even yes, disadvantages of switching to a cartridge gun in the late 1800's.

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PLEASE NOTE:
This was filmed before mask mandates and the COVID-19 explosion in Arizona.
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The M1 Carbine and the AKS74U were designed to fulfill a similar combat role, just many years apart. In this video we pit WW2 M1 Carbine up against a modern SLR106UR in a time trial test. How much did things change in 30 years? What about 60+ years when we ad a RDS?

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PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) evolves over time and in this video I discuss the basics that are relevant now in the year 2020.

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Here's a question:
If you wanted to purchase a wholly American manufactured RDS, what are your options?

We plan to address this question in an ongoing series here on InRange, this with this video being about the Sig Sauer Romeo 8T.

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

When the G36 was officially adopted by the Bundeswehr in 1996/1997, it came equipped with a Dual Red Dot & 3x Magnified optic stack as its standard sighting system. This was very advanced and forward leaning in 1996, perhaps too much so.

In this video we test the Hensoldt G36 Dual Optic and analyze an idea that too ahead of its time, perhaps it being the actual reason that the G36 has been enveloped in controversy.

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