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May 2019

  1. The Guns of John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

    [caption id="attachment_2804" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Production still of Keanu Reeves in John Wick 3 Image credit: Imfdb.org[/caption] Super assassin, the baba yaga, John Wick, is back again in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. Released earlier in May, the action flick combines quippy one-liners with stunning action sequences - and multiple headshots. The huge success of the films, starring Keanu Reeves, has meant a fourth has already been announced for 2021. Continue reading →
  2. The Role of Military Psychologists

    Military boarding a plane At first glance, psychology and the military can seem somewhat unrelated. Being part of the military often requires exceptional physical performance, especially from younger and newer recruits. Whether this is running, swimming, parachuting or any other physical exertion, having strong physical power and lasting endurance are vital assets of being effective in a military role. However, something that is often overlooked is the psychological side of being part of the military. In this article, we look at the role of military psychologists and how they use their skills to further their country's military power. Continue reading →
  3. How Do Nuclear Bombs Work?

    Nuclear weapon being tested Nuclear weapons are weapons of mass destruction, harnessing the forces that hold the nucleus of an atom together. The weapons use the energy released when the particles of the nucleus are split. In this article we are looking at how a nuclear bomb works – and as a warning, it will get a bit science-y! Continue reading →
  4. The Most Expensive Guns Ever On Sale At Auction

    Expensive Guns sold at Auction If you weren’t sure, we like guns. A lot. But some people love guns a tiny bit more than us and spend eye-watering amounts of money on them. So when two or more of these people get into a room and start bidding on a gun they both want, the prices can reach insane levels. Don’t believe us? Have a look at some of the most expensive guns ever on sale at auction. Continue reading →
  5. What is a Bullpup Gun?

    Bullpup Rifle For hundreds of years, classic rifles and firearms have used a ‘bulletproof’ technique of firing. The trigger, as with all weapons initiates the firing process with the firing action occurring either in line or slightly in front of the trigger. All the way from the very first matchlock guns in the 14th and 15th-centuries to the classic Colt models on the 1800s and 1900s and now with the modern rifles that come in all shapes and sizes, the style, although differing slightly, has been a uniform approach. That all changed when a significant innovation was introduced at the start of the 20th-century, the bullpup. But what exactly are these? Take a look below at our guide to bullpup weapons, their history and how they differ to classic rifles. Continue reading →
  6. Setting Up an Air Rifle Scope

    Scope mounted onto an air rifle At the most basic level, an air rifle scope is a sighting system that ensures the pellet will hit the target. There are several scopes available for shooters which include those with lasers and open sights. In this article, we are looking at how to set up an air rifle scope to your specific requirements. Continue reading →
  7. What is the Role of a Spotter?

    US Army sniper with a spotter wearing camouflage In airsoft, the role of the spotter can be quite rare, most snipers do prefer to work alone, but they could be missing a trick, the role is quite diverse, from identifying targets to acting as security for the sniper. The most important aspect is being an asset and not a liability to the sniper. Spotters must be able to help locate targets and, help with the range of the target and factor in the wind speed and direction. Continue reading →
  8. Military Heroes: Barnes Wallis

    Barnes Wallis Image Source: Northern_Forza As fans of all things military, we think it’s important to look back into military history to remember and celebrate some of the military heroes of past and present. It’s a divisive subject and depending on where you’re reading this blog from, the word ‘hero’ could easily be replaced with something less effusive. However, being UK based, for the most part, these blogs will be relatively UK-centric, with the occasional international hero included. Continue reading →
  9. Airsoft Terminology - Part Two: N - Z

    Airsoft kit. As part of our attempt to support new players that have recently taken up airsoft as a hobby, and to help more experienced players keep up with the jargon of the sport, we have published a two-part series of airsoft jargon. This is the second instalment in the series that focuses on N through to Z. Make sure to let us know if there is anything that you think we have missed from the list or if there are any site-specific phrases that are used at your local site. You can find part one of the series here. Continue reading →

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