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Kel-Tec PLR 16 Field Strip (SBR)


The Kel-Tec PLR-16 (Pistol Long Range) is an impressively light 5.56 caliber pistol that shares the same action as the SU-16 rifles. In this field strip, we take a look at one that has been SBRed and take it apart. Transcript … – [Voiceover] Hey guys, it’s Alex C with TFBTV and for [Read More…]

FN Model 1900 Field Strip


The FN Model 1900 was a truly revolutionary handgun for its time, introducing a groundbreaking cartridge and the very concept of a slide. These little guns got around, with total production at over half a million units too, but it is often overlooked by modern shooters. So, let’s see [Read More…]

AR180 Field Strip


The Armalite AR180 is the civilian version of the select-fire AR18 rifle. Chambered in 5.56, they were intended to allow nations with limited machining capabilities the ability to manufacture modern military rifles in the spiffy new 5.56×45 cartridge. While the rifle did not enjoy much success [Read More…]

Savage 1907 Field Strip


The Savage 1907 is a beautiful early semi-automatic handgun that really made some waves when it was introduced, as the capacity and shootability made it a great offering to consumers looking for personal protection, and it even served France during World War I. Savage was a relatively new company [Read More…]

H&K P7 PSP Field Strip


The H&K P7 series of handguns were in production for 30 years and are coveted by many. These unique pistols function via gas delayed blowback and are just a dream to shoot. While they certainly look unconventional, the P7 is a West German wonder-gun that everyone should get some trigger time on [Read More…]

Swedish AG42b Field Strip #ThumbCrusher


The Swedish AG42 rifles are direct impingement, 6.5×55 caliber rifles that are quite unique relative to the popular rifles of today. From the way the safety operates to the unique method of charging one, the manual of arms can be hard to learn for modern shooters. Still, the old thumb crusher [Read More…]

Hi Power Field Strip


The Browning Hi Power is a pistol that my generation seems to have forgotten, but in its day was a true trailblazer in terms of reliability and technological advancement. It took a lot that worked from other designs, but was simplified and had an impressive capacity for its day. So what does it look [Read More…]

FN FAL Field Strip


The FN FAL is perhaps the most famous battle rifle of all time, and served with distinction all around the world during the 20th century. Pity that smaller 5.56 caliber rifles have phased the gun out in military use, and civilians don’t seem to gravitate towards them as much either. [Read More…]

Uzi SMG Field Strip


The famous Uzi submachinegun is a brilliantly simple firearm that is straight blowback and fires from an open bolt. While it was not the first firearm to feature a telescoping bolt, it certainly took the concept and ran with it. The Uzi was an international sales success, and if you grew up in the [Read More…]

PTR 91 Field Strip (HK G3 Clone)


The PTR 91 series of rifles are essentially HK91 clones that are built here in the USA on old Portuguese tooling. The rifles are priced right and shoot well, and many people are rediscovering the joys of roller delayed blowback as a result of their being on the market. So what do the guts look [Read More…]

FN PS90 Field Strip (SBR)


The FN Herstal P90 personal defense weapon is one of the strangest looking weapon system on the planet, so it is no wonder that it pops up in so many movies and television shows. The gun feeds from a 50 round magazine and is extremely compact. In this field strip we take down a PS90, […] [Read More…]

Colt 1911 Field Strip


The 1911 is a handgun that is truly timeless: It is an option today that many people still regard as the pinnacle of what a handgun can be. After 100 years, the pistol is still going strong with no indication of falling out of favor. So by viewer request we break one down to show […] Read [Read More…]

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…]

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…]

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…]

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…]

Friday Field Strip: WWII German G43


This is our first, of many I hope, Friday Field Strip. Each week we will do a field strip of a different firearm. This week we strip the German G43 rifle, which is essentially a G41(W) rifle improved with the addition of a gas system inspired by the Soviet SVT rifles. However, the unique [Read More…]

How To Field Strip a H&K G36C

The folks at Funker Tactical have been producing a series on videos on the H&K G36C. In the video below they show you the field stripping process. I like that the G26 stock has holes to hold the takedown pins during disassembly so they do not get lost. In the video [Read More…]