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TFBTV Videos

The Nifty Arsenal Strike One 9mm Review


The Arsenal Strike One is a Russian with an Italian accent. That is to say, this unique pistol was designed in Russia but is produced in Italy and exported to the USA from Europe’s boot. The pistol features a remarkably low bore axis thanks to its unique (or rather, uncommon) locking system [Read More…]

Daewoo K1A1: Korea’s AR15


The Daewoo K1A1 is the civilian version of Daewoo’s select-fire K1 rifle, and before the import ban of 1989 they could be had for very affordable prices. These fantastic rifles take M16 magazines and are direct impingement just like your AR15 at home, with a bolt and carrier that looks like an [Read More…]

Mosin Vs. Mauser Shootout!


During the first and second World Wars, Russian and German infantry were armed with Mosin Nagants and Mauser 98 rifles respectively. Thus, the Eastern Front twice saw these two rifles pitted up against one another in countless engagements. In this installment of TFBTV, Alex and Miles drag out a 114 [Read More…]

Swiss Firepower: The SIG AMT (STG57)


The Swiss are known for producing some of the world’s finest firearms, and the STG57 is no exception. The rifle served from 1957 until 1990 when it was officially replaced by the SIG 550 series, but today they are treasured by their owners in Europe and a few that trickled into the USA and [Read More…]

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 [Read More…]

TFB TV: Ruger Mini-14 Tactical in .300 AAC Blackout Review (with YHM Phantom Silencer)


In this TFB TV video, James reviews Ruger’s new Mini-14 Tactical in .300 AAC Blackout. The Mini-14 lends itself to a suppressor specialized round such as .300 Blackout because the Mini always has been a piston fired rifle, making it a cleaner-operating gun than systems such as the direct [Read More…]