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Yugo SKS Rifles With New Archangel Mags!
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Sks...testing the Tapco 20 round magazines
This is about 200 rounds I've had through each and they work great! LOL sorry it took so long to do a video,honestly I just forgot to do it.Thanks again OTG :)
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Winchester Experimental Mag-Fed Garands
http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Even during World War Two, it was clear that the United States was interested in improving on the M1 Garand rifle. A company that could develop and update to the Garand to make it selective-fire and feed from a box magazine would be in a great position to sell the government a ton of rifles, and everyone knew it. These two rifles illustrate some of the Winchester company's efforts in that realm. Thanks to the Cody Firearms Museum for allowing me access to film these! Check them out here: https://centerofthewest.org/explore/firearms/
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Buy All Rifles with Detachable Mags Now
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Stripper Clips vs Magazines
In this episode we pit SKS Stripper Clips against Tapco 20 round magazines.
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NRA Gun of the Week: Mossberg MVP LR Tactical Bolt-Action Rifle
The Mossberg Varmint and Predator (MVP) LR Tactical is built around a solid, bolt-action receiver that accepts SR25 and M1/M14 detachable magazines. The threaded 20” medium contour bull barrel, iron sights and patrol-style stock give the gun its inherent tactical styling and capabilities. A simple, one-button adjustable cheekpiece riser on the painted and textured stock is the standout feature on this model. Chambered for 7.62x51 NATO, the Mossberg MVP LR Tactical is a purpose-built rifle and is at home in the field, on the range or on patrol. Watch more in this latest NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach.
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Legacy Sports Magazine Conversion Install Weatherby Vanguard 2
If your building a tac rifle or varmiter on a budget, the Legacy Sports Magazine conversion may be a great option. Its a drop in kit for the Howa 1500, Weatherby Vanguard, S&W M1500 and Mossberg 1500. Its extremely light weight and the bottom metal and 1 magazine cost just $98.00 5 and 10 round magazines are available. https://www.facebook.com/murpheysmuskets
Views: 40979 Murphey's Muskets
Lets Talk Tokarev: The Soviet SVT 40
Initially losing to Simonov's AVS36, Tokarev's design was later retried and adopted as the SVT 38, later becoming the SVT 40 after the Finnish Winter War debacle that the Soviet Union found itself in, just prior to the Second World War. Very forward thinking in many aspects of the design, the rifle featured a 10 round detachable magazine, short stroke gas piston operated tilt locking bolt, and an extremely lightweight construction compared to numerous other designs of the time. It was also the second most produced semi-automatic rifle of the Second World War after the M1 Garand, with over 1.6 million rifles manufactured during the war. Had it not been for the war itself, the SVT 40 was well on the path to completely replacing the Mosin Nagant. But with the changing infantry tactics against the German Army, and the severe shortage of manufacturing capability, in addition to some reliability and accuracy issues, led to the diminishing usage of the rifle during the war, with product ceased at the end. Of course, Simonov got the last laugh with elements of his AVS-36 being incorporated into the 7.62x39mm SKS, making the SVT 40 obsolete by the war's end. Thanks to our sponsors: Proxibid – Thousands Of Guns At Auction On Proxibid Now Ventura Munitions – Retailer of quality ammunition. Hoppe’s No. 9 – A worldwide favorite since 1903 Please subscribe!!! Click here. Please subscribe!!! Click here. Support TFBTV on Patreon Support TFBTV on Patreon Transcript …. [coming soon]
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British Boys Anti-Tank Rifle
http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Hammer Price: $3,750 Pretty much every major military had an antitank rifle in service when WW2 kicked off, and the British example was the Boys rifle, named after the Captain Boys who designed it. It was a bolt action .55 caliber rifle with 5-round detachable magazines. If was obsolete by 1943 and replaced by the more effective but equally unpleasant PIAT.
Views: 339989 Forgotten Weapons
GOG TV 2011: FNH FNAR Heavy BBL Rifle
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Archangel SKS MAGAZINE LVX35 - Lever Release 35 Rounds
35 Round - Lever Release Magazine for the SKS rifle. This will work with or without the Archangel Stock... Significantly reduce your reload time with this magazine... quick and easy to release- for one handed magazine changes.
Views: 19215 ProMag® Industries
Czech M14: The ZK-420S Battle Rifle
Sold for $14,375. The ZK-420S is an experimental Czech rifle that is virtually unknown today, but which was remarkably influential, bearing significant elements of the Garand and several other Czech designs, and influencing the M14 and Kalashnikov rifles. Originally designed by Josef Koucky in 1942, the plans were hurriedly dusted off and improved at the end of World War 2. With many nations looking at the possibility of adopted self-loading military rifles, Brno hoped to make export sales of the design. The ZK420S uses the trigger mechanism of the M1 Garand and a gas operated rotating bolt action very similar to the Garand and AK rifles. It has a simple adjustable 3-position gas system, and a quick and simple disassembly procedure. It uses detachable box magazines (10 round, and not copied from an existing design) and was made in a variety of calibers for testing - including 8x57, 7x57, 7.5 Swiss, 6.5 Swedish, and .30-06. Examples were trialed or examined in the United States, Argentina, Israel, Ethiopia, England, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and elsewhere - this particular rifle is from the Norwegian trials. In my opinion, it is an excellent rifle, and its failure to sell was probably due to price and the combination of tight budgets and cheap surplus war material in the late 1940s. It is handy, well balanced, and has a good magazine design and good sights. Recoil is comparable to the Garand. Ultimately the development program in Czechoslovakia would lead to the ZK-472 in 7.5x49mm, which would proceed to the 7.62x45mm in the vz.52 rifle. http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
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vz. 58 Liberty Elite model rifle (for sale to California, New York, and Connecticut)
The vz. 58 Liberty Elite model possesses a 10 round magazine that is removable by disassembling the action of the rifle. Since this is considered a fixed magazine rifle, it is allowed to possess a pistol grip, collapsible stock, and phantom flash hider. For this rifle to accept readily detachable magazines, it only takes a few minutes two swap the magazine block for the magazine catch and spring. This is the perfect rifle for travelling out of state or eventually relocating to a state that allows detachable magazines.
H&K 770 .308 Sporting Rifle (4K)
T-Shirts & More!: http://j.mp/MiculekShirts Jerry tests out a vintage H&K 770 sporting rifle with a detachable scope mount and 10 round magazine. But does it live up to the H&K name? Find out as Jerry tests its rapid fire capabilities and at 200 yards! More firearm demonstrations and talk! PLAYLIST: http://j.mp/gunplaylist Star Wars DL-44 blaster: http://j.mp/DL44BLASTER H&K91: http://j.mp/gunplaylist S&W 5906: http://j.mp/SW5906 Beretta ARX: http://j.mp/ARX100rifle M1 Carbines: http://j.mp/M1Carbine http://www.Miculek.com LIKE JERRY ON FACEBOOK!: http://on.fb.me/16xFGNd LIKE LENA ON FACEBOOK!: http://on.fb.me/1dOzf7I
CZ 511 .22 Semi Automatic Rifle
Here is a look at my CZ 511 .22 Rifle manufactured by Česká Zbrojovka of Czechoslovakia. This is a blow-back operated semi-automatic rifle chambered for the .22 Long Rifle round. The rifle is equipped with an eight shot detachable box magazine. The barrel is 22" long (560mm) and is fitted with a two position rear sight for 50 & 100 meters as well as an adjustable front sight. The receiver has an 11mm dovetail for fitting a scope. The rifle weighs about 6 lbs 10 oz (3 Kg) with the scope, mounts and sling shown. I have fired many thousands of rounds in this rifle and have found it to be reliable and accurate. Regrettably it is no longer in production. A PDF copy of the owners manual can be found at : http://stevespages.com/pdf/cz511.pdf
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Mauser 06/08 Semiauto Pistol
http://www.Patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Hammer price: $27,500 Throughout the pre-WWI period, Paul Mauser was working continuously to develop a reliable self-loading rifle. Among his many experimental designs was a flapper-locked rifle. The flapper-locking system was first patented by a Swede named Kjellman, but his design (for a light machine gun) did not get beyond prototype form. Mauser made a military rifle using the system, and also scaled it down to handgun size as a potential followup to the C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser. That handgun was designated the 06/08, and used the same basic layout as the C96, with the magazine located in front of the grip. About a hundred were made, and they all used detachable magazines, with examples being made from 6-round to 20-round capacity. The action was a short-recoil one, locked by a pair of flaps inside the rear. The flaps would pivot out of contact with the bolt as the action recoiled, and then the bolt would be able to slide back between them (very similar to the Soviet DP/RPD/DShK lone of machine guns, actually). This example is a gorgeously refinished on, with a 20-round magazine.
Views: 358050 Forgotten Weapons
Remington 870 DM (Box Mag) vs 870 with Magazine Tube - TheFireArmGuy
Here is the new Remington 870 DM (Detachable Magazine) and the tried and true Remington 870 Express Tactical. Many people were wondering the similarities and differences between these two shotguns. I headed out to the range to explain and demonstrate how these shotguns differ. Subscribe Here - https://goo.gl/Xv5A4C Here is my playlist for various Handgun reviews - https://goo.gl/4fRCek Here is my playlist for Rifle and Shotgun reviews - https://goo.gl/hnU871 Here is my playlist called Fighting for the 2nd Amendment - https://goo.gl/OMZX60 Here is my playlist for other Gear & Accessory reviews - https://goo.gl/oADVpQ Here is my playlist for range test reviews - https://goo.gl/t1c0Tl Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thefirearmguy Instagram @ http://instagram.com/thefirearmguy
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22LR Detachable Magazine AR15 rifle California legal
Legal 12276 & 12276.1 Penal Code - AR15 using detachable Rimfire magazines in a Rimfire lower & upper. M261 M16 platform bolt & sleeve by Olympic Arms. Magazines by: Numrich Gun Parts, Olympic Arms and Black Dog Machine.
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US Snipers Shooting with the Monstrously Powerful Rifles: M107 Barrett, M110, M40A5
US Snipers fire various sniper rifles while conducting a marksmanship training exercise at a range - compilation. Footage include a live-fire exercise while at sea to practice defending the ship against small boat attacks; aerial sniper training aboard a MH-60S Seahawk helicopter above the Pacific Ocean; check and fire long-range rifles to maintain proficiency. ►The Barrett M82, standardized by the US Military as the M107, is a recoil-operated, semi-automatic sniper rifle developed by the American Barrett Firearms Manufacturing company. It is used by many units and armies around the world. Despite its designation as an anti-materiel rifle, it is used by some armed forces as an anti-personnel sniper rifle. It is also called the Light Fifty for its .50 BMG (12.7×99mm NATO) chambering and significantly lighter weight compared to previous applications. The weapon is found in two variants, the original M82A1 (and A3) and the bullpup M82A2. The M82A2 is no longer manufactured, though the XM500 can be seen as its successor. The M82 is a short-recoil semi-automatic firearm. When the gun is fired, the barrel initially recoils for a short distance (about 1 in (25 mm)), while being securely locked by the rotating bolt. After the short travel, a post on the bolt engaged in the curved cam track in the receiver turns the bolt to unlock it from the barrel. As soon as the bolt unlocks, the accelerator arm strikes it back, transferring part of the recoil energy of the barrel to the bolt to achieve reliable cycling. Then, the barrel is stopped and the bolt continues back, to extract and eject a spent case. On its return stroke, the bolt strips the fresh cartridge from the box magazine and feeds it into the chamber and finally locks itself to the barrel. The striker is also cocked on the return stroke of the bolt. The gun is fed from a large, detachable box magazine holding up to 10 rounds, although a rare 12-round magazine was developed for use during Operation Desert Storm in 1991. ►The M110 Semi Automatic Sniper System (M110 SASS) is an American semi-automatic sniper rifle/designated marksman rifle that is chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO round, developed by U.S. firearm manufacturer Knight's Armament Company. The M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System is intended to replace the M24 Sniper Weapon System used by snipers, spotters, designated marksman, or squad advanced marksmen in the United States Army. U.S. Army soldiers from Task Force Fury in Afghanistan were the first in a combat zone to receive the M110. The troops rated the weapon very highly, noting the quality of the weapon and its semi-automatic capabilities compared to the bolt-action M24. The United States Marine Corps will also be adopting the M110 to replace some M39 and all Mk 11 as a complement to the M40A5. The rifle is similar to the SR-25/Mk 11 Mod 0, but differs significantly in buttstock and rail system design. The SR-25, Mk 11 Mod 0, and M110 are based loosely on the original AR-10 developed by Eugene Stoner but feature additional refinements instituted by KAC to maximize parts commonality with the AR-15 design, improve weapon reliability, and increase accuracy. ►The M40 rifle is a bolt-action sniper rifle used by the United States Marine Corps. It has had four variants—the M40, M40A1, M40A3, and M40A5. The M40 was introduced in 1966. The changeover to the A1 model was completed in the 1970s, the A3 in the 2000s, and the A5 in 2009. Each M40 is built from a Remington 700 bolt-action rifle, and is modified by USMC armorers at Marine Corps Base Quantico, using components from a number of suppliers. New M40A5s are being built, and A1s are upgraded to A3s and A5s as they rotate into the armory for service and repair. The rifles have had many sub-variations in telescopic sights, and smaller user modifications. The M40A5 incorporates a detachable magazine and a threaded barrel to allow for the use of a sound suppressor or other muzzle device. The M40A5 designation superseded the M40A3 in 2009, though the evolution between the two systems occurred gradually over a longer period. The primary difference between the M40A5 and the M40A3 is the barrel: The A3's target crown has been replaced with a threaded muzzle and straight tapered barrel to allow the installation of a Surefire muzzle brake and sound suppressor. All M40A5s are fitted with a Badger Ordnance detachable magazine system and a forward rail mount for the AN/PVS-22 night vision optic. ►Subscribe Now -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT4layPPCzgR_99g5VYYvmQ?sub_confirmation=1
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Remington 700 ADL to BDL Conversion
Had some people asking me the difference between a Remington 700 ADL and BDL so I made this quick video to give and Idea. it also features how to convert you 700 ADL over to a BDL and what parts are needed.
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Howa Rifles - Out of the Box Accuracy: Guns & Gear| S9 E3
Matt Hornback of Legacy Sports International shows of the Howa HCR (Howa Chassis Rifle) and the Howa MiniAction rifles: Accurate and ready to go outside of the box. Find out more at https://www.legacysports.com/catalog/howa/. From Guns & Gear® Season 9: Watch more Guns & Gear episodes right now on Gun Talk Media's YouTube, Facebook, Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV channels, and at http://www.guntalk.com. Guns & Gear showcases the latest and greatest products in the firearms industry with interviews, range demonstrations, tips and training techniques. © 2017 357 Media, LLC. All rights reserved.
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SKS- installing a detachable magazine (how2)
Just doing a quick video here on switching out the fixed magazine to a detachable magazine on an sks. It's real simple and doesn't take that long to do. These rifles make pretty good hunting rifles for hogs, coyotes and deer. Y'all take a look and thanks for watch'n!
WWI Trench Mauser
http://www.Patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons Merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons Hammer price: $16,000 As World War One stagnated into trench warfare, snipers and machine guns quickly proliferated, and exposure above the parapet of one's trench could be extremely hazardous. This leaves one with the question of, how to shoot back without risking a bullet? One answer that was devised was to mount a rifle to a periscope. That way the rifle could be lifted up to get a clear shot at the enemy trenches while the shooter remained safely out of sight using mirrors to see his sights and a length of wire to pull his trigger. While all the major powers in the war developed devices like this, the one we are looking at today is German. It's simple, but effective. In addition to the trench periscope stock, this rifle has also been fitted with a couple other WWI modifications. It has clamp-on luminous sights to allow more accurate shooting at night, and also an extended 25-round fixed magazine to give the shooter much more ammo to fire before needing to reload. The rifle also comes with another neat accessory, which was not fitted for the video. This particular trench stock is a factory-made item, but does not include a mechanism to cycle the bolt - a shooter would have to bring the rifle back down after each shot. Some more complex versions were made which included articulated levers for cycling the bolt from below. The range of trench stocks also goes the other direction, and includes plenty of examples that were handmade in the trenches by individual soldiers...where necessity was the mother of invention. However, trench stocks of any type are quite rare to find, and they made very clumsy souvenirs for troops coming home.
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Beats the Remington 700:  Bergara Bolt Action
We were impressed by this Bergara B14 precision bolt gun. I think of it as a product-improved Remington 700. It is an ideal candidate for a police sharp shooter rifle. We found the good looking Bergara to make totally reliable with positive Sako extraction, accurae (with match or hunting loads), fast, and smooth. The AICS compatible detachable magazine worked w/o finckyness. The easy-adjust stock on the HMR B14 is similar to McMillan but lighter. Add in a threaded barrel, extended bolt knob, and flush mount QD cups. The price is aggressive as well and the whole package embarrasses many so called custom or semi-custom builds. Nutnfancy Likability Scale: 5 of 5 NUTNFANCY PATREON IS ACTIVE, https://www.patreon.com/Nutnfancy Subscribe to TNP for more videos like this Nutnfancy http://tinyurl.com/jaf8tz4 TheNutnfancyProject http://tinyurl.com/jg5cz6r Sub to Nutnfancy Twitter feed: www.twitter.com/nutnfancy TacticalDoodle http://tinyurl.com/j4hl7dm TNP stuff at: www.nutnfancy.bigcartel.com Thanks to Gunnies Western Wear for clothing and other items loaned, look them up, Orem, UT!
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Tikka CTR AICS Conversion Bottom Metal
For more information: https://tikkaperformance.com/index.php?_route_=tikka-t3-accessories/tikka-aics-dbm Every Tikka Shooter knows Tikka makes an excellent rifle system and the CTR has been no exception. Since the launch of the CTR, Tikka has increased its sales and market share substantially. What’s not to like about an affordable rifle that comes from the factory set up to accept a muzzle device, decent optic rail, and 10 round capacity? Except the magazines…. Those magazines are EXPENSIVE! On top of that, availability is a major issue. Here’s the solution. A drop-in bottom metal that converts your CTR to accept industry standard AICS and AICS clone magazines. AICS compatible magazines are available from vendors worldwide. Availability is not an issue and prices range from $35 - $80 per magazine. The Mountain Tactical AICS Conversion Kit for the CTR has a large, beveled magazine well designed to make mag changes quick and effortless. The magazine well allows for positive engagement with the action when the mag catch is secure and releases the magazine to fall free from the rifle once the mag catch is pressed. The ergonomic mag catch has no sharp edges that could snag on clothing or gear. A barricade stop is machined onto the front of the magazine well creating a secure point to hold the rifle system steady without compromising the reliability of feeding the next round into the chamber. The trigger guard is enlarged to facilitate gloved hands without compromising safety. An additional benefit of this bottom metal is the fact that it simplifies the conversion of any Tikka rifle to accept AICS compatible magazines. Since we are utilizing an OEM factory inlet, you can purchase any aftermarket stock inlet for the CTR and this bottom metal will drop in to convert your standard T3 or T3x rifle to accept AICS magazines. No gunsmithing or special inletting required! It is possible to modify an existing T3 or T3x stock to accept this bottom metal. A competent gunsmith can relieve the material from your stock to allow this bottom metal to be installed. Moreover, the AICS Bottom Metal is covered under our unconditional lifetime warranty! Magazine Compatibility: Drop-In – All known metal AICS and AICS Clones and MDT polymer magazines Need modification – Mag-Pul Pmags and AICS 223 polymer magazines (material outside the feed lips must be removed) Specifications: Mag Catch Material – Stainless Steel Mag Catch Finish – Mill Finish Bottom Metal Body – 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum Bottom Metal Finish – Type III Mil-Spec Hard Anodized
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Bergara B14 HMR Bolt Action Rifle Review
Peter Moore has a look at a rifle that is taking the market by storm, the Bergara B14 HMR Bolt Action Rifle. Distributed by RUAG in the UK. Also being used is one of the new GECO scopes. (GECO gold 2.5-15x50) Available in .308 and 6.5 Creedmore AICS compatible detachable magazine Subscribe to Gun Mart TV for more! https://www.youtube.com/user/GunMartTV/?sub_confirmation=1 Graham Allen has a look at a new ultra light bipod to hit the UK market. Our Links: WEBSITE : http://www.gunmart.net NEWSLETTER : http://www.gunmart.net/newsletter BLOG : http://www.gunmart.net/blog FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Gun-Mart-883420728401369/ GUNS FOR SALE : http://www.gunmart.net/guns_for_sale/ Check out our magazines: http://www.gunmart.net/magazine_subscriptions Thanks for watching and for supporting us at GunMart.net. Don't forget to subscribe to be the first to hear about our new videos. Please comment with all your feedback and we'll strive to make the most informative product reviews for you. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR THE BEST REVIEWS MADE BY EXPERTS. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------- Reviewed by Gun Mart Tv Visit http://www.gunmart.net for 1000's more reviews
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Rock Island Armory brings us an AR-style, box fed shotgun with attitude!
Box fed shotguns are not a new thing. But box fed shotguns at the world's largest maker of 1911's is a new thing. We were lucky enough to be one of the first gun channels to receive one of their VR60's and we had fun with it! * Be sure to join the web's ONLY 100% pro-gun social community, Gun District at GunDistrict.com. It's much like Facebook, but without the discrimination against gun owners.
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Lee Enfield SMLE MKIII
Shooting and discussing a Lee Enfield SMLE MKIII, made in 1917. ------------------- ------------------------ Please visit the Hickok45.com website and check out what the great folks who support us have to offer: BUD’s GUN SHOP, THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION, FEDERAL PREMIUM, and SONORAN DESERT INSTITUTE: http://www.hickok45.com/supporters/ Please consider becoming a Gong Club member at our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/hickok45 JOIN THE NRA at the Hickok45 page and get a nice discount: https://membership.nra.org/Hickok45/Join Hickok45 Store: https://www.bunkerbranding.com/pages/hickok45 Federal Premium: http://www.federalpremium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/federalpremiumammo SDI (Sonoran Desert Institute): http://www.sdi.edu/ UPCOMING “MEET & GREETS” Will Advise when any are scheduled. REMEMBER to bookmark and/or subscribe over on FULL30. All our videos are posted there. https://www.full30.com/channels/hickok45 The short FAQ Videos playlist will answer most questions you have. Find us on Hickok45 Twitter and Facebook, as well as “therealHickok45” on Instagram. NOTE: All shooting in our videos is done by professional shooters for instructional and entertainment purposes, with an emphasis on safety and responsible gun ownership. Do not attempt to copy at home anything you see in our videos. Firearms can be extremely dangerous if not used safely. (Note: These descriptions were last updated on 12-10-18).
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Magpul Hunter 700 Stock Review & Mag Well
Fun Gun Reviews Presents: The Magpul Hunter 700 Stock for Short Action Remington Rifles. A drop in bed Block stock that's fully adjustable and M-Lok Compatible. Add the optional Magpul Magazine well and you have a 5 round detachable magazine. Thanks to ZQI Ammunition for Sponsoring the .308 Ammo : CTK Precision Shooting rest: http://www.ctkprecision.com/ Brownells link to Hunter 700 Stock: Hit the Like Button & Subscribe for more Fun Gun Reviews. Thanks for watching~ Sootch00 Instagram: Sootch_00 FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Sootch00FunGunReviews Music is from Jingle Punks Royalty Free Music through the Fullscreen Network. Used with permission.
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Prototype CZ-38 Trials Rifle
Sold for $31,625. Like most other nations with modern military forces. Czechoslovakia was interested in developing a semiautomatic infantry rifle in the 1920s and 1930s. The most successful such rifle to come out of Czech factory during this time was The ZH-29, but it did have competition. A major series of trials was held in 1937 and 1938, and the CZ entrant was this Model 38 rifle. It uses a tilting bolt with many similarities to the ZB-26 light machine gun and ZH-29 rifle, along with a short stroke gas piston. Interestingly, its charging handle is designed to mimic the manual of arms of the then-standard Mauser bolt action rifles - the handle must be rotated 90 degrees up before pulling the bolt back, and then rotated back down before firing. The CZ model 38 also used a fixed 10-round magazine fed by stripper clips instead of a detachable box magazine. The model 38 apparently did not do well in the adverse conditions testing. None of the other rifles in the trial were good enough to be judged adequate, though, and more development and trial continued afterwards. The rifle ultimately chosen used an annular gas piston, but was never put into production because of World War II. That design would reappear after the war and lead to the vz.52 rifle. Related videos on the ZH-29: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvGDNX9-XKA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgnYzsyJCoM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvI92kOwV4U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5dyjhcxGMI And the CZ Model S, a 1929 prototype in the same series of trials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSTFWB5NHi8 http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons
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XTR-12 AR Shotgun at Atlantic Firearms
www.Atlanticfirearms.com UTAS XTR-12 is a Rugged Tactical Magazine fed Semi-Auto shotgun on the AR style platform. If you are looking for a well balanced Rock Solid mag fed shotgun this is the one for you . The XTR has the familiar AR15/AR10 Ergonomics and is easy to pick up and use with out the learning curve of a new design . The UTAS XTR-12 is the world's first AR-10 based semi-automatic shotgun the XTR-12 is the only one that doesn't only look like an AR design, but also sports several technical similarities. The XTR-12 is a short-stroke piston-driven gas-operated shotgun and comes with a rotating bolt head and six locking lugs; the XTR-12 bolt is indeed an AR-10 type bolt beefed up in size for the 12-gauge shotshells. Feeding through a detachable magazines 12-gauge shotshells with a 76mm/3" ("Magnum") case, the UTAS XTR-12 semi-automatic shotgun comes with a 18,5" long 4140 stainless steel machined barrel adapted to use several types of chokes; the bolt is manufactured of the same 4140 stainless steel, while the structure is manufactured out of lightweight aluminum alloy and magnesium, in order to keep the weight to acceptable levels. The UTAS XTR-12 semi-automatic shotgun comes with an M4-type ergonomic pistol grip and a five-positions collapsing polymer stock, and strips in two receivers just like an AR-15 .The XTR-12 sports fully ambidextrous controls and several MIL-STD-1913 "Picatinny" rails for several types of Optics or tactical accessories. Comes with one 5 round magazine. Backed by a 1 year warranty. Does not come with Sights , scopes or flashlight shown in pictures for demonstration purposes.
Views: 157786 AtlanticFirearms
New for 2018: Mossberg 590M Mag-Fed Shotgun
Introducing the Mossberg 590M™ Mag-Fed 12-gauge shotgun, built on Mossberg’s legendary pump-action, tactical platform combined with the world’s first double-stack, 10-round shotgun magazine; with optional 5, 10, 15 and 20-round capacity magazines sold as accessories. The 590M is initially available in two 10-round configurations; ideal for home security, tactical and competitive applications.
Savage 10 FP 308 DIY all metal 10 rd magazine modifcation
Savage rifle magazine conversion to 10 round capacity using Heckler & Koch steel G3 magazines. HK G3 steel magazines are readily available and can be purchased for $3 for this modification. Savage Arms has just released a 10 round magazine however I did not like the look of the polymer body. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/guns_and_stuff_channel/ MAGS https://www.cheaperthandirt.net/product/mag-h-and-k-g3-762x51mm-steel-20-round-military-surplus-made-in-germany-used-condition-grade-ii-mag-303.do?sortby=ourPicks&refType=&from=Search Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYq74CjVhjYEbDhzb3sxsmA6hyEsQA2DE Mag lock install https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9TnTskmPFc Gas block Mod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SI_8boVGJWQ Mosin trigger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46rW1yu55TY Batteries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPfwrT9hCRo Psa Rifle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6XSX8V7XmQ Dpms bull Barrel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EhdywJuB5k E2 Grip install https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYfuFAzn4tc Dpms22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItR1v3SJuXQ Cetme https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cDrM9iUjV0 Mosin Build part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlePM3PDEvo Mag lula https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z4w59LVc-s Mosin Build part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDxxY24_r2w Savage bedding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAHXTTz28hA Savage mag Mod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCwmqVQcsfA AR15 Camo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImtUBv6gb-w
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Lee Metford MkI*: Britain's First Repeating Rifle (Almost)
Sold for $4,025. The first repeating rifle adopted by the British military was the Lee-Metford MkI, or as it was later redesigned, the Magazine Rifle MkI. This design combined the cock on closing action and detachable box magazine of James Paris Lee with the rounded-land Metford rifling pattern. Formally adopted in 1888, about 350,000 Lee-Metford rifles would be produced in total, among the LSA, BSA, Sparbrook, and Enfield factories. It would not be long until the design began to be modified, however. The Lee-Metford we have here today was made in 1891 as a MkI pattern, but updated to the MkI* variant in 1892. This modification involved removing the manual safety, changing from Lewis pattern sights to traditional barleycorns, and modifying the upper hand guard for easier removal. Other changes would follow, with the MkII pattern adopted in 1893 with a 10-round magazine, Enfield pattern rifling adopted in 1895, and ultimately charger loading adopted in 1907. Despite the fairly large number of Lee Metford rifles made, they are very scarce to find in original condition like this one. Typically the British military would update any older pattern rifle to meet new specifications, or convert them in to rimfire training rifles if such a conversion was not possible. Few left the military in the early configurations. http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
Views: 91155 Forgotten Weapons
Gun Control: MA Just Banned All Semi-Autos Overnight
MA's Attorney General Maura Healey banned all semi-auto rifles and pistols with detachable magazines overnight and with no due process, calling them "copycat" and "duplicate" assault weapons. Here's the scoop on Healey's so-called "assault weapon ban loophole." Read her op-ed here: https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2016/07/20/the-loophole-mass-assault-weapons-ban/eEvOBklTriWcGznmXqSpYM/story.html Link to GOAL's website: http://www.goal.org/
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Mosin Nagant 7.62X54R Russian Rifle Shooting Review
BigDaddyHoffman1911 showing a shooting The Mosin Nagant Model 91/30 7.62x54R Russian/Soviet Union bolt action 5-round non-detachable magazine rifle. Now this is a piece of history for sure. Hope you enjoyed the video and as always Thanks For Watching. If you like this video Please Like, Favorite, Share and Subscribe. More Info below, check it out. BigDaddyHoffman1911 Full30: https://www.full30.com/channels/bigdaddyhoffman1911 BigDaddyHoffman1911 on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bdh1911 BigDaddyHoffman1911 Facebook Link: https://goo.gl/5sovs7 BigDaddyHoffman1911 Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/BDH1911 Join and support the NRA! Call them anytime at (877) NRA-2000 or call their headquarters at 703-267-3700 between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
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Olympic OA96 Pistol: A Loophole in the Assault Weapons Ban
http://www.forgottenweapons.com/olympic-oa96-pistol-a-loophole-in-the-assault-weapons-ban http://www.patreon.com/ForgottenWeapons Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! http://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons In 1993, Olympic Arms introduced an AR-15 with a side folding stock, as well as a stockless - and buffer-tube-less - pistol version. They did this by relocating the recoil spring of the AR to a tube running above the barrel and receiver. It was a clever modification (although the execution left something to be desired), but it came at a very unfortunate time. The very next year, in 1994, the US Assault Weapons Ban was enacted and Olympic’s pistols were prohibited from production. However, Olympic recognized that the definition of “assault pistol” was based first on a semiautomatic handgun with a detachable magazine. If the magazine were not detachable, the gun was not an “assault pistol”, regardless of any other features it might have. So they introduced the OA-96 in 1996, with a 30-round fixed magazine, as well as a barrel shroud, pistol grip, and flash suppressor. In order to reload it, they incorporated a button to easy hinge the upper receiver open, allowing access to the magazine. This was a slick workaround, but of course what they and their customers really wanted was a detachable magazine. Olympic went immediately to work on that, and introduced the OA-98 two years later… If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! http://www.youtube.com/InRangeTVShow
Views: 372694 Forgotten Weapons
Blaser R8 Black Edition Review
Blaser R8 black edition review. Blaser R8 black edition price. Blaser R8 black edition rifle. Subscribe to Gun Mart TV for more! https://www.youtube.com/user/GunMartTV/?sub_confirmation=1 Blaser's R8 straight-pull is their first, detachable, box magazine hunting rifle; Pete Moore tests this radical new design and reckons it's a cut above their original R93. Our Links: WEBSITE : http://www.gunmart.net NEWSLETTER : http://www.gunmart.net/newsletter BLOG : http://www.gunmart.net/blog FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Gun-Mart-883420728401369/ GUNS FOR SALE : http://www.gunmart.net/guns_for_sale/ Check out our magazines: http://www.gunmart.net/magazine_subscriptions Thanks for watching and for supporting us at GunMart.net. Don't forget to subscribe to be the first to hear about our new videos. Please comment with all your feedback and we'll strive to make the most informative product reviews for you. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR THE BEST REVIEWS MADE BY EXPERTS. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------- Reviewed by Gun Mart Tv Visit http://www.gunmart.net for 1000's more reviews
Views: 201018 Gun Mart TV
Magpul Magazine Well Install on a B&C M40 Remington 700 LR
I installed the Magpul Bolt Action Magazine Well 700L Magnum on my Remington 700 Long Range in 7mm Rem Mag and Bell & Carlson M40 Stock. This is designed to be a drop in upgrade for Magpul's Hunter 700 stock but with minimal Dremel work and a file, it fit nicely into my B&C M40 stock. For me, the advantages of a detachable box magazine quickly diminished next to a $250 price tag (Badger, Wyatt), and I wasn't going to sacrifice on quality (Legacy Sports, PTG) just so I could say my rifle has one. For $65, my rifle has more reliable performance, unloads faster, and is ready for PRS matches, and long days at the range. I need to correct one more mistake- The Magpul Pmag 5 L Magnum magazine can not be modified to fit a 6th round. The short action Pmag 5 can fit 6 after clipping the follower leg, as stated on Magpul's website. http://www.primaryarms.com/magpul-bolt-action-magazine-well-700l-magnum-hunter-700l-stock-mag569-blk
Views: 7496 Yote GunsNGear
How to build a NYS safe act compliant AR15 Rifle
A look at the 3 main methods to build a NYS safe act compliant AR15 rifle. In order to be compliant your firearm needs to be what is called featureless, or not to have any of the evil features that make it an assault weapon. Being we have lived under the same laws as the 1994 ban converting your rifle to safe act compliance is quite easy. First method is to make your rifle featureless using compliance parts like the ar15 spur or the hammerhead stock adapter. Your second method is to weld a 10 round magazine into the receiver and use the gun as a top loading rifle. Once the rifle can no longer accept a detachable magazine it is no longer an assault rifle. The 3rd method is to build a rifle without a gas system. Ar15 barrels are available without a gas port, or you can have a gunsmith block the port. This prevents the firearm from cycling and essentially creates a bolt action weapon which is not prohibited by this law. Remember guys to only make modifications to your firearm if your qualified and can do so safely, and only make legal alterations to your firearms.
Views: 46147 Bushcraft412
Tapco magazines are the best way to go if you want detachable Mags for the SKS in my opinion. I with they made 30rd mags but the 20 will have to do. There are 30rd ProMag and steel magazines but in my experience they are not that reliable. I would rather have a 20rd mag that performs flawlessly than a 30rd or 40rd that jam every so often. IF YOU WANT TO SUPPORT MY EFFORTS YOU CAN USE THE LINK BELOW SIGN UP TO PLEDGE AS LITTLE AS A SINGLE $1 A MONTH patreon.com/Son_of_Liberty HOW TO REMOVE THE ORIGINAL SKS WOOD STOCK https://youtu.be/9wmHq_x2sEU ATI DRAGUNOV SNIPER STOCK FOR SKS RIFLE - UNBOXING EBAY KIT https://youtu.be/cM859NbR8BE HOW TO REMOVE SKS GRENADE LAUNCHER AND SIGHT https://youtu.be/UxYr7Ong6-0 FITTING A SKS SCOPE MOUNT RECEIVER COVER / DUST COVER https://youtu.be/h3YTVagoAPo HOW TO INSTALL ATI SKS DRAGUNOV STOCK AND UPGRADES https://youtu.be/bfwwlxhlIxQ SKS UPGRADE, SLAM FIRE SOLUTION AND AMMO THAT CAN DAMAGE THE FIRING PIN WARNING https://youtu.be/Z4aRSZABGMM HOW TO INSTALL MURRAY'S SKS FIRING PIN WITH RETURN / REBOUND SPRING TO PREVENT SLAM FIRE https://youtu.be/1fUvW8PrhEY HOW TO REMOVE SKS HAND GUARD / GAS TUBE COVER https://youtu.be/MY84ZMBXqhw THE BEST SKS DETACHABLE MAGAZINES, REMOVABLE BOX MAGAZINE, CLIPS - TAPCO https://youtu.be/roUSVDOiK-Q HOW TO REMOVE SKS BLADE OR SPIKE BAYONET FROM RIFLE https://youtu.be/SeaZ92T8kz8 Sawyer water filter: purifies up to 100,000 Gallons: http://amzn.to/1Uss3ki 9 in 1 LED crank flashlight **** NO BATTERIES **** http://amzn.to/28etmh4 Crank LED lamps: **** NO BATTERIES **** http://amzn.to/1WBogaN Shake flashlight: **** NO BATTERIES **** http://amzn.to/2120mnf "How to back a bug out bag" "How to pack a 72 hour bag" "How to pack a INCH bag" "How to pack 3 day bag" "How to pack a GOOD bag" "How to pack a G.O.O.D. bag" "72 hour bag contents" "Bug out bag contents" "Best bug out bag" "ultimate bug out bag" "How to pack 3 day bag" "What’s in a bug out bag" "What’s in a 72 hour bag" "What’s in a grab an go bag" "What’s in a emergency bag" "Survival bag" "Into the woods bag" "My bug out bag" "Bug out bag for women" "Bug out bag for kids" "Bug out bag for children" "Bug out bag for family" "Bug out bag list" "Bug out bag items" "Bug out bag inventory" "Bug out bag checklist" "FEMA emergency 72 hour kit" "CDC emergency 72 hour kit" "Get home bag" "INCH bag" "I.N.C.H bag" "I’m never coming home bag” "Survival food" "What if a natural disaster" "What if a Hurricane" "What if a Typhoon" "What if a tornado" "What if a flood" "What if a blizzard" "What if an Earthquake" "What if a Emp attack" "What if a tsunami" "What if a blizzard" "What if a blackout" "What if a power outage" "What if a riot" "What if a forest fire" "What to so if a solar flare" "What do if martial law" "What to do is SHTF" "What to do is shit hit’s the fan" "economic collapse" "stock market crash" "Great depression" "WROL" "Prepper" "prepping" "food shortages"
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SKS Review "The Other 7.62x39mm Rifle"
Fan of the SKS? Or looking to buy? Full review of the SKS rifle. The SKS in this video is the Chinese Type 56. In this video I go into the basic functions, why it was developed, history, variants, how to install and use a detachable magazine, how to disassemble and reassemble for cleaning, price, and why I love it.
Views: 55070 Iron Sight Expedition
Savage Axis 30-06. Fresh Out Of The Box. Review. The First Shots.
Savage Axis 30-06. We are always short one gun on opening deer hunting. This was perhaps a good gun at a great price for what you are getting. Here are my thoughts and sighting in the gun.
Views: 297411 JoeandZachSurvival
Ruger® Custom Shop 10/22® Competition Rifle Features
The 10/22® Competition Rifle features a hard-coat anodized, CNC-machined, heat treated and stress relieved 6061-T6511 aluminum receiver with an integral, optics-ready, 30 MOA picatinny rail. The custom receiver is paired with a 4140, heat treated and nitrided, match CNC-machined bolt to create a tight-fitting, smooth action that will enable the highest level of performance. The receiver incorporates a second bedding lug, ensuring it is securely bedded to the stock. This rifle also features an exclusive second barrel locator to provide a free-floating barrel for superior accuracy. The receiver incorporates a rear cleaning port, providing access to the barrel from the rear of the receiver for ease of cleaning. The receiver is secured in a painted and textured laminated stock that provides a sure-feeling, slip-free grip. The stock also features a fully adjustable cheek rest, which can be repositioned horizontally and vertically to allow the customer to create a custom-adjusted feel that is stable, comfortable and repeatable. 16-1/8'' cold hammer-forged bull barrel is fluted to reduce weight and dissipate heat and is also threaded with a 1/2''-28 pattern to accommodate the included muzzle brake or other barrel accessories. Dual bedding system incorporates a second bedding lug, ensuring the receiver is securely bedded to the stock. Top barrel locator allows for a free-floating barrel for superior accuracy. Integral, optics-ready 30 MOA Picatinny rail for increased long-range elevation capabilities. Painted and textured laminated stock provides a sure-feeling, slip-free grip. Hard-coat anodized CNC-machined receiver made from heat treated and stress relieved 6061-T6511 aluminum that allows for optimal receiver-to-bolt interaction and a match-grade feel. Receiver incorporates a rear cleaning port, providing access to the barrel from the rear of the receiver for ease of cleaning. BX-Trigger™ with a light, crisp 2.5-3 pound trigger pull weight with minimal overtravel and a positive reset. Fully adjustable cheek rest can be repositioned to accommodate varying comb heights and positions to create a custom-adjusted feel that is stable, comfortable and repeatable for optic alignment. Extended, ambidextrous magazine release to allow for the easy removal of the magazine during fast-paced competition reloads. Proprietary, enhanced semi-auto chamber proven to increase accuracy and precision while not compromising reliable feeding and extraction. Heat treated and nitrided match CNC-machined bolt that creates a tight-fitting, smooth action enabling the highest level of performance. Match bolt release allows you to easily advance the nitrided bolt with a quick pull and release ro the rear. Positive, push-button, cross-bolt manual safety. Heat-stabilized, glass-filled, polymer trigger housing assembly is precision made of high-tech material for improved manufacturing tolerances, impact and abrasion-resistance and an unmatched ability to withstand the elements. Detachable 10-round rotary magazine features a unique rotor to separate cartridges and provide reliable feeding. Also includes: hard case; Ruger® Custom Shop Certificate of Authenticity, challenge coin, cleaning cloth and decal.
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Howa Alpine Mountain Rifle - Legacy Sports International
NEW for 2015! The Howa Alpine Mountain Rifle. Lightweight, at only 6.7 lbs with Vortex Viper 3-9x42 scope and Talley rings, this Howa also features the HACT™ two-stage trigger, Ammo Boost™ detachable magazine system, Cerakote™ barreled action and Pachmeyer® Decelerator™ butt pad. Fantastic accuracy in an easy-to-carry hunting rifle! Available in .243, .308, 7mm-08 and NEW 6.5 Creedmoor!
Views: 60313 Legacy Sports
From the Vault: Remington 788
Join Brownells Guntech Steve Ostrem and Gunsmith Tom Lumb as they discuss the Remington 788. This inexpensive rifle was designed to compete with more affordable hunting rifles of its time but surprised consumers with inexplicable accuracy. The Remington 788 was designed with a rear-lugged bolt design and a single-column detachable magazine. Today, the 788 continues to have a select following among collectors and builders. If you have a firearm you’d like to see featured in the From the Vault series, please let us know.
Views: 5306 Brownells, Inc.
Why Lee-Enfield rimjams are not a big deal
So, like, rimmed ammo is a massive systematic problem, and weren't the British so stupid for keeping it around for so long, eh? I mean, it's bound to inevitably cause rimjams like every time you reload cos a rim will catch behind another rim, how massively stupid is that? Cos Mosin-Nagants with iffy interruptors do that, and they're with rimmed ammo, so that must be the same with Lee-Enfields too, right? Oh, and apparently Americans call it "rimlock"... What, you mean that actually that's not an issue in any serious manner? That they dealt with it with engineering? Who knew? Explains rather why the British army never bothered to get rid of .303 post-ww1 and waited for the adoption of a self-loader post WW2.
Views: 96934 Bloke on the Range
My New Browning BAR .308 Semi Automatic Carbine Rifle... Channel Update
Short video highlighting my new hunting rifle, the Browning BAR .308 semi automatic carbine rifle. I also fill you in about some new things going on with the channel. For additional information check us out on Facebook at the link below. https://www.facebook.com/VantagePointOutdoors/
Views: 39328 VantagePoint Outdoors

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