Fri, 25 August 2017
A new topic for Get On Target!
In this episode Bruce and Birdman chat about Point of the CUSTOM gun, the Harley Quinn Chiappa Rhino.
Full Video @ https://youtu.be/2r3meQRaKn8
This is such a unique gun! A real working model, design from the DC film, Suicide Squad made by Neveda Cerakote. A gift for the beautiful Allison from her husband, the Birdman.
Fri, 18 August 2017
In this episode Bruce and Birdman chat about the Springfield XD-45, Point of the USED gun.
Full Video @ https://youtu.be/IToAllt6Z0U
Fri, 11 August 2017
In this episode Bruce and Birdman answer a few questions that have come up recently and discuss this week's gun trends; double/single action and revolvers.
Visit The Hub @ https://thehubaz.com/
Full Video @ https://youtu.be/rTfTiVy06x4
The Hub Fest is coming up!
The Hub Fest will take place at The Hub located 5208 W White Mountain Blvd, Lakeside, AZ 85929 Friday, September 1st, and Saturday, September 2nd. We have lined up for Charlie Melton, a well known SEALS Sniper Trainer to come and teach a long range course the Wednesday and Thursday prior to the Hub Fest.
It is a 2 day course for $1000. There is a limit of 10, possibly even 6 individuals. Charlie Melton with train you the same way he trained Chris Kyle and Marcus & Morgan Luttrell and other snipers within the SEALS team.
There is a $300 deposit. You can sign up for the class with this link:
Fri, 4 August 2017
In this episode Bruce and Birdman discuss "What's that number mean?" and firearm terms/definitions; caliber, bore size, metric dimension, gauge size, reloading, and hand loading.
Full Video @ https://youtu.be/095Y_D7n_5g
The Point of Ammo
Caliber is the approximate diameter of the bbl
45 cal .451/1000 of an inch
38 cal / .357
9mm developed in Europe, metric .355 diameter
44 mag .429 dia
Gauge vs. Bore
Gauge is determined by weight in fractions of a pound of a solid sphere of lead with a dia equal to the inside dia off the bbl
1/12 # ball fits in a 12 gauge bbl so 12 gauge
Except 410 which is a bore size of .410 inches but it would have been a 67 gauge although was at one time called a 36 gauge
Safety, safety, and more when reloading