Some time ago I began doing background research for a future youtube video on silver bullets (I swear I’ll get around to it eventually – early 2017 hopefully). More than anything, I was curious about where the myth of silver bullets being werewolf killers originated, so I started digging around the internet looking for origin stories. Apparently, this all dates back to 18th century Southern France to the small rural region of Gévaudan, which was suffering from a wave of anthropophagous animal attacks so frequent and severe that they were unusual even for France at the time. Continue reading Silver Bullets: Myth, Reality, and Practicality
As a companion piece to our recent 300 Blackout 78 Grain “Close Quarters” Review, I also tested a multitude of common 300 Blackout bullets against simulated interior walls to see what might happen if they were fired inside a home – and missed their target completely. Continue reading 300 Blackout Drywall Testing: What Happens if You Miss?
There are many critics of 300 Blackout subsonic loads because for most shooters they don’t offer much in the way of practical performance. Sure, they sound great paired with a short barrel and a suppressor, but hunting with some of the more common loadings Continue reading Subsonic Sunday – 300 Blackout Bullet Evolution