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VIDEO: Will Grabbing A Pistol Slide Stop Another Round From Entering The Chamber?

We’ve seen it in movies, but grabbing a pistol by the slide as it fires can’t actually stop another round from chambering, can it? Surprisingly, it actually works — in a controlled environment. When Polenar Tactical tests whether or not grabbing the slide will stop a bullet from chambering, they do so without losing a finger, …

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Angry Grizzly Bear Charges Hunters — What Would You Do?

It’s a question people never want to have to find out the answer to firsthand — what would you do if a grizzly bear was charging you? Unfortunately, if you’re ever in the outdoors in grizzly country, it’s a question you just might find the answer to at some point in your life. Steven Rinella and Ryan …

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VIDEO: Navy Railgun Test Fires Multiple Shots

It’s clear the railgun has a future ahead of it with its ability to fire projectiles ate earth-shattering speeds across long distances with pinpoint accuracy. The ability to rapidly fire (in terms of railgun speed) projectiles only further improves their usefulness across the board. Considering how much cheaper railgun ammunition is compared to alternative long-range …

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Video: Diving Through a Bait Ball Is a Completely out of This World, Psychedelic Experience

Smaller fish that feel threatened by a predator will often start to swarm form a sphere-like shape as they move around called a bait ball. These bait balls are used fish in order to scare away any would-be predators that wanted to turn them into a snack. As you can see, bait balls are an …

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US Navy ‘s New ‘GhostSwimmer’ Shark Drone *Video*

The US Navy has just unveiled a new drone that looks exactly like a shark! It’s five-feet long, weighs almost 100-pounds, and is designed to swim and look just like a real fish (or shark). The drone was designed by Advanced Systems Group at Boston Engineering and is called ‘GhostSwimmer’. The next time you think …

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