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SW9VE Smith and Wesson Sigma 9mm Unboxing - Review

http://www.30DaysofConcealment.com To carry or not to carry... that is the questions: Here is my first gun I bought for my "experiment". Bought from www.budsgunshop.com for about $350 Considering getting your first hand gun? Thinking of getting your concealed carry permit? Not sure where to start? Check out http://www.30DaysofConcealment.com to see my journey and I'll take you step by step. As part of my "experiment" I'm going to buy my first gun, get a concealed carry permit and see what it's like to carry a gun on my 24/7 for 30 days and report back to you!

Channels: General 

Added: 18192 days ago by Robglock

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Field Stripping the Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II handgun

Wayne from The American Firearms School field strips the Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II handgun for www.thetrtuthaboutguns.com

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Added: 18192 days ago by Robglock

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Field stripping the Ruger SR9c gun

Wayne from American Firearms field strips the Ruger SR9c gun. Read the full review at www.thetruthaboutguns.com.

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Added: 18192 days ago by Robglock

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Ballistic Pendulum Video

A classic physics lab with an impressive military history, the ballistics pendulum was invented in 1742 to measure the speed of bullets. It was later discovered that by knowing the weight of the pendulum, the weight of the shot fired and the distance the pendulum moved when struck, you then can calculate the velocity of the shot. Lead students in recreating this experiment to demonstrate conservation of energy, conservation of momentum and projectile motion. The pendulum consists of a spring gun, a ball that can be launched horizontally and a block to catch the ball. The pendulum swings to a maximum height where it is stopped. By measuring this height and using conservation of mechanical energy students can deduce the kinetic energy of the pendulum plus projectile immediately after they collide. A scale and pointer indicate the highest arc of the swing for accurate measurements every time. Includes instructions. http://www.cencophysics.com/ballisticspendulum.aspx

Channels: Ammo 

Added: 18192 days ago by Robglock

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