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MAS 49/56 Field Strip


The French MAS 49 rifles are spectacularly simple firearms that are both reliable and accurate. These terrific rifles are not priced high in the USA, and I would highly recommend anyone in the market for a vintage autoloader look no further. So, what makes the French gem tick? Thanks to our [Read More…]

5 Hilariously Bad Carry Guns


When it comes to self defense, having a gun is certainly better than not having one. That said, in this day and age there are certainly choices that are definitively bad. In this list we present 5 handguns that we believe are quite poor when it comes to personal protection. Thanks to our [Read More…]

Luger Field Strip


The Luger pistol may well be the most coveted collector handgun of modern time, and it is easy to understand why. The unique toggle locked action makes it mechanically interesting and they just shoot like a dream. So, how do they work? Thanks to our sponsors Grizzly Targets and Ventura Munitions. [Read More…]

Black Friday Not So Great (For Guns)


In this episode of TFBTV, I review the flyers and online Black Friday deals from some of the larger retailers, and tells you what’s good (and mostly what’s not) in this year’s bargain hunting. Last week Steve found some good deals on accessories, but I was on the lookout for guns [Read More…]

M1941 Johnson Field Strip


The M1941 Johnson Rifle is a strange footnote in US firearms history. Melvin Johnson was a lawyer by trade who decided to break into firearms design by founding the Johnson Automatics company. While his rifle would never see the success enjoyed by the M1 Garand, several M1941s did make their way [Read More…]

Top 5 Guns With Strange Features


Some firearms are straight-up bizarre, but some are relatively conventional yet employ an odd feature or two. In this episode of TFBTV, we take a look at 5 firearms that incorporate a bizarre feature that isn’t generally found on other guns. Firearms featured: Galil G41(M) Valmet M76 Arisaka [Read More…]

H&K G36 Friday Field Strip


The H&K G36 is a rifle shrouded in controversy, and to many American shooters, mystery. They are not common in the country but have made appearances in countless video games and movies. So what makes this German wonder tick? Well, let’s have a look! Thanks to our sponsors Grizzly Targets [Read More…]

WWII German G43 Run and Gun


A while back on TFBTV, we posted a field strip of a German WWII G43 self loading rifle. Requests poured in from folks wanting to see one of these German autoloaders in action, and we listened! Please remember to subscribe! Thanks to our sponsors Ventura Munitions and Grizzly Targets. Want 20% off [Read More…]

Top 5 Rifles That Changed The World


Some firearms have had such a great impact on global events that their very silhouette is synonymous with global events. This is a list of 5 truly revolutionary firearms that have helped shape the world as we know it today. Please remember to subscribe to our humble channel! Every subscriber helps! [Read More…]

POF Puritan in 7.62x39mm Review


In this episode of TFBTV, James reviews the POF Puritan in 7.62x39mm. The Puritan is a piston-fired AR15 carbine with a bevy of features geared towards reliability and accuracy, but is it worth the street price of $900-$1000 for the upper? Please remember to subscribe to our channel! Thanks to our [Read More…]

Top 5 Reasons Guns Are Bad


Many people have been saying for years that guns are inherently bad objects for a plethora of reasons. Well, to see what that whole mess is about, we here at TFBTV did some digging of our own to find out what these reasons are. We came up with what we think are the five big […] Read More [Read More…]

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Run and Gun


The venerable Lee-Enfield is a favorite to many shooters, and it is very easy to see why. The rifle’s quick action, 10 round capacity, and incredible ruggedness served the Commonwealth well, but how does it compare to other rifles in its class? To see what a good old SMLE is capable of, we hit [Read More…]

Why I Like Old Guns…


Too often I am confronted with the question “why do you have so many old guns?”. Well, the answer is pretty simple, and I lay it out quickly in a three minute video. Modern firearms have their place, but shooting antiques is definitely more my style. Please remember to subscribe to our [Read More…]