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TFBTV Videos

TFBTV Christmas Special (NSFW)


Happy Holidays, TFBTV viewers! Ed, James, Miles, and Patrick wanted to wish all of you a merry Christmas in this video. We truly appreciate our viewers, subscribers, Patreon supporters, and sponsors. TFBTV almost has THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND subscribers after fewer than two years, and it’s all [Read More…]

IWI Jericho 941 Review


In this episode of TFB TV, Edward O takes a look at the IWI Jericho 941 pistol. This Israeli handgun is built on the Cz75 design, and has seen many iterations and manufacturers over the years. It’s also found its place in popular culture, appearing in dozens of movies and tv shows, along with [Read More…]

History and Modernization of the Vz58


In this episode of TFBTV, Edward takes a look at 3 different variants of the Vz58 platform, the Czech army’s issued rifle, and looks at how the firearm has changed since the original design in the 1950s. We look at aftermarket parts, mounting systems, and have a short review of two specific [Read More…]

Remington R51 Field Strip


The Remington R51 is a re-re-release of the Model 51 designed by John Pedersen that we have reviewed int he past to less than terrific results, but the hesitation locked mechanism at least makes for an interesting field strip. In this installment of TFBTV we take the little guy apart and try to show [Read More…]

The American M1 Carbine


The M1 Carbine is a terrific long gun designed to bridge the gap between pistol and rifle, and it went above and beyond that simple expectation. Troops loved the light weight, high capacity, and handiness of this little gun and it often made it onto the front lines despite having been designed for [Read More…]

The Savage 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol


The Savage 1907 handguns sold well, shot great, and look interesting. In their day they were quite popular and offered shooters the ability to quickly shoot off 10 rounds before having to reload, which was quite impressive for a pocket pistol. In this installment of TFBTV, we do some shooting with [Read More…]

Chiappa 1887 T-Series Shotgun


Lever action shotguns were not popular for a long period of time, and even John Browning suggest that Winchester opt for a pump action in lieu of a lever design. However employer trumped employee and thus the 1887 was born. The T-Series is a non-NFA reproduction of the 1887 shotgun and in this video [Read More…]

The FN Model 1922 Pistol


The FN Model 1910 is famous for having plunged Europe into a World War after slaying Archduke Franz Ferdinand, but behind all the infamy is a very sound design. John Browning created the 1910 and it sold very well, and the 1922 is a version with a larger grip and barrel to make it more […] [Read More…]

The Remington Rolling Block Rifle


The Remington Rolling Block was a huge commercial success back in its day, and is often referred to as the gun that saved Remington (which was in dire financial straights in years following the Civil War). This simple, strong design was sold to over 40 nations and continued to serve on into World [Read More…]

The 9mm Browning Hi-Power Pistol


The Browning Hi-Power pistol is one of the most successful handgun designs of all time. This short-recoil operated, tilting barrel pistol has a capacity of 13 rounds which was very impressive when it was introduced. But does it still hold up today? In this installment of TFBTV we do some shooting [Read More…]

The Enfield Rifle No. 4


The Lee-Enfield family of rifles are well known around the world for having served in some from the 1890s up until today. The No. 4s are regarded by many to be the best of the generally issued guns, and in this installment of TFBTV we take a look at, and do some shooting with a […] Read [Read More…]