Bloke on the Range videos

I used to use Brownells a lot but then the Federal anti terrorist laws kicked in & it became a pain for them to export virtually anything
I buy stuff from them & have it sent to my mate in the US.
Then I either collect it or have him mail whatever it is if not too heavy.
 
Oh dear. I think someone has spotted me.....

 
English Shooting has taken most of his channel down:


PC Plod have been holding him responsible for the content of comments under his videos and have refused to give him a ticket (which had been previously lifted after a false allegation against him a while back - sounds like the typical modern UK way of settling petty personal scores by making false allegations to the plod).
 
English Shooting has taken most of his channel down:


PC Plod have been holding him responsible for the content of comments under his videos and have refused to give him a ticket (which had been previously lifted after a false allegation against him a while back - sounds like the typical modern UK way of settling petty personal scores by making false allegations to the plod).

Whats the back story to all of this?
 
Good old sensible & professional British police.A bit like them in Cheshire that following an invasion & virtual destruction of a brewery there,so what do the police do ' escort them to the nearest motorway,no charges ,no arrests,nothing.
 
Go to Youtube and type in "butchering a deer" and there are load of videos showing exactly how to do it in great detail with no restrictions. Are you taking this up with Youtube? Putting an age restriction on your videos will hurt viewership as many people wouldn't bother signing in just to watch a video when there are loads of other similar ones with no restrictions.
 
A little extra "secret" video in which we demolish the following piece of utter cràp about the M95 Mannlicher straight pull:

Wikipedia:
The M1895 i unusual in employing a straight-pull bolt action, as opposed to the more common rotating bolt-handle of other rifles. It is consequently renowned for combining relatively high rate of fire (around 20–25 rounds per minute) with reliability and sturdiness, although this requires decent care and maintenance with an extractor that is vulnerable to breakage due to a lack of primary extraction.

Oh rilly?

 
I guess the only way you'd not have primary extraction is if the bolt head did not rotate. Unless I'm wrong, the rotation of the bolt head, and thus the cartridge, is the primary extraction.
 
I guess the only way you'd not have primary extraction is if the bolt head did not rotate. Unless I'm wrong, the rotation of the bolt head, and thus the cartridge, is the primary extraction.
The bolt head does not rotate the cartridge in the chamber......

You can have no primary extraction with a rotating bolt - if there's no camming action that causes the bolt head to move back as it rotates, there's no mechanical primary extraction.
 
That makes sense, I understand the basic function of weapons (extract, eject, feed, lock, fire, repeat) but never thought of the function of primary extraction so learning as I watch. It makes sense that something has to loosen the expanded case from the chamber in order for it extract.
 
You can have stationary or rotating bolts and boltheads (relative to the chamber and cartridge case), but primary extraction comes from some sort of camming or gearing motion that acts directly or indirectly on the extractor claw.

Some rifles slide the extractor claw around the cartrdige rim as the primary extraction takes place. Seems mechanically inefficient, but I suppose that if it works, it works.
 
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