TFBTV Musical Garands

TFBTV Presents: The Blue Danube Waltz (In 30-06).

That harmonious ping produced by the ejection of an en-bloc clip is music to our ears, so why not set it to a nice tune? We do hope you enjoy!

This recording (sans the Garands) of the Blue Danube Waltz was played by the Finnish orchestra Rytmi-Pojat and conducted by Eugen Malmstén in 1936 and is in the Public Domain.

If you would like to download the video’s audio track, maybe to use as a Ringtone, you can download it here.

Thanks to our TFBTV Sponsors: Grizzly Targets & Ventura Munitions.

 



Alex C.

Alex is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and Director of TFBTV.


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  • Kevin Harron

    Heh

  • Will

    Shooting SHOULD be fun annnddd occasionally a cultural experience.
    NICE!!!!

  • Darkpr0

    I’ll bet you that modifying the length and size of the two clamping sides you could actually tune the clips themselves to produce notes. Then there might be an actual market for those “less evil” limited Garand clips.

  • Andrey Martim

    This ping…

  • hikerguy

    Music to my ears. 🙂

  • Tassiebush

    Nice!

  • Y-man

    Unfortunately the gunfire doesn’t blend with the music itself… But GOOD ONE!

  • Chris Jones

    I feel like these guys re just making videos just for the sake of making videos.