Chris Cheng’s Book Vs S&W .460 XVR

Chris Cheng take a look at the S&W .460 XVR revolver. It has a 12″ barrel and if an optic is mounted it is recommended to be zeroed at 200 yards.

Chris tests the .460 XVR against a cantaloupe and a watermelon before he tests it against a stack of hard bound copies of his book “Shoot To Win”.

I was surprised how much damage the round did to the books.

 

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Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • TVOrZ6dw

    Nobody is holding the book in front of their chest?… Oh, that’s a different channel.

    • Paul Rain

      That’s the channel by the people with the IQs five-ten points below the regular American average, not five points above.

  • Suppressed

    “To win a free autographed copy of “Shoot To Win”, click here to enter.”

    Yeah thanks, I’m good.

  • datimes

    I can see the next YouTube ‘star’ holding 2 of these books in front of his chest and have his girlfriend fire the .460 in pursuit of 500,000 clicks.

    • jonp

      You so beat me to that comment

  • Savage

    • iksnilol

      No, it’s a Smith&Wesson. Savage doesn’t make revolvers yet.

      • Sunshine_Shooter

        …yet.

      • My body is ready for when they do.

        • iksnilol

          Amen, brother, we shall bask in the light of the Savage!

  • Cal.Bar

    Best possible use of those books short of a doorstop.

    • jonp

      Lighten up. He was having some fun or maybe your just jealous?

  • jonp

    Said in best Arnie voice “your glock is puny little man”

  • DangerousClown

    Having put a couple hundred rounds through mine, I’m not surprised by how much it can penetrate. I’d use it for bear. In a parked car. Hiding behind a brick wall.

  • DangerousClown

    Oh, and good job, Nicholas. You almost made it one sentence in without blowing it. Do you guys even read what you wrote before it gets published?

  • mazkact

    I always took it for granted that the Savage revolver was tied to The Savage Arms Company. In hindsight Arthur Savage(born 1857) would have been too young when the revolver came out to have had anything to do with it.Good info, now I know better.

    http://armscollectors.com/mgs/savage_north.htm

  • ABeiruty

    Why destroy more than half a dozen of his books? Are they worthless?

    • throwedoff

      Only a quarter dozen destroyed unless he did a retake.

    • Al Shartpants

      It is called smart (and cheap) marketing. I never heard of his book before watching this.

  • uisconfruzed

    EGADS that’s a revolver only a mother could love. I’ll stick with an Anaconda.
    @ 1:00, “The longer barrel helps it retain it’s velocity”?? No
    Clamp on front sight? Nope, that can’t be easily knocked off point.

  • Stephen Paraski

    My new EDC on streets of Detroit.

  • Archie Montgomery

    I still find a handgun rather improbable for shooting anything at 200 yards.

    I’m sure the revolver and cartridge under discussion can do such things; I doubt many shooters can. Other than being ‘first on the block’, a light rifle would probably be superior for most 200 yard purposes.

    Other than that, I’m sure the arm and the video are most impressive.

  • Al Shartpants

    When is S&W or an aftermarket going to produce a man-sized grip for it? I know there are plenty of grips that will fit it but it would be nice to have a grip similar to the one it comes on it, only bigger so that someone with big hands can get more purchase.