Richard Ryan vaporizes the phone:

Richard-Ryan-Deagle-ShirtLOL that 20mm Anzio looks like the main part to the hydraulic a post pounding machine my grandpa had.  Seems to have no more recoil than his .50 BMG Barrett.

If you click through the video to the YouTube comments, there are a lot of hilarious Nokia jokes.

Thoughts?  I had a phone like that like three years ago because I was real late to adopt this whole smart phone thing.  I didn’t want to give up the small size of some of those little non-smart Nokia’s.  Ultimately, when the Google Nexus 4 came out I figured I’d “give smartphones a try” and of course I could never go back now.


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Gy6vids delivers:

Holy that’s intense.  Lucky he was mindful of his thumbs, they would have been broken backwards for sure if he wasn’t careful.

Dude rolls with Mark Serbu of Serbu Firearms, cool.  I’ve always liked their stuff.  I’m assuming they made that 20mm, even though I can’t find it on the website.

Keanu-WoahI know I used to be subbed to gy6… he must have fell of my radar in an accidental unsubbing or something because I haven’t seen any of his vids I realized in the last little while.



Richard Ryan balls so hard *pause*:

LOL when I saw the thumbnail I was like *smh* only Richard Ryan would be able to get his hands on a 20mm and shoot a 1000+ computer.

Damn the skis on that thing are awesome.  Someone should do a video where they engage targets while on a luge or something.  I always love seen the comparison of .50 BMG to 20mm… hilarious.  ahahha that magazine too.  The fact it top loads is so lux as well.

I wonder if that’s Richard’s personal iMac that we see in some of his home office vids?  Maybe he upgraded to dual 27″s like me? *not so subtle flex*

Richard-Ryan-ENDO-CaliforniaSweet LAWD the slowmo is amazing.  That projectile is so ridiculous.

Richard is wearing the brown California No Right To Bear Arms shirt from ENDO Apparel.  Damn love that shirt in brown.



The United States Constitution – 10th Amendment states:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

The Firearms Freedom Act (FFA) is a fight for our 10th Amendment right.

In Montana, Tennessee, and hopefully soon in Utah, it would appear that a person can buy or manufacture NFA items (made in state) such as suppressors, short barreled rifles, short barreled shotguns, 20mm rifles etc… without all the Federal paperwork, tax stamps, and other red tape.

In Montana, the bill states the following specific exemptions:

Section 5.  Exceptions. [Section 4] does not apply to:

  1. a firearm that cannot be carried and used by one person;
  2. a firearm that has a bore diameter greater than 1 1/2 inches and that uses smokeless powder, not black powder, as a propellant;
  3. ammunition with a projectile that explodes using an explosion of chemical energy after the projectile leaves the firearm; or
  4. a firearm that discharges two or more projectiles with one activation of the trigger or other firing device.

Too bad about #4 covering fully automatic firearms.  These bills are definitely a HUGE step in the right direction!

The Tennessee bill, and the Utah one have the same exceptions as the Montana one.

I can’t help but wonder if anyone has tested the limits of this yet.

Link to Montana Bill – HERE

Link to Tennessee Bill – HERE

Link to Utah news article – HERE

Link to Utah Bill – HERE

More info on the Firearms Freedom Act (FFA) – HERE

Hat Tip: SayUncle


This is one serious rifle:

The NTW-20 is a South African anti-materiel rifle or large-caliber sniper rifle. (I assume materiel is french for material)

An anti-materiel rifle (AM) is a rifle that is designed for use against military equipment (matériel) rather than against other combatants (“anti-personnel”).

The NTW 20/14.5 is one of the few firearms in existence that allow the changing of the caliber without completely disassembling and reworking the weapon. Switching between the two calibers of the NTW (20mm and 14.5mm) requires changing the bolt, barrel, sighting gear and magazine. (A third variant, the NTW 20×110 has also been developed, but is not designed for barrel caliber switching.) Caliber switching the NTW 20/14.5 can be accomplished simply in the field without specialized tools. The magazine protrudes from the left side of the receiver. The NTW can be disassembled and packed into two backpacks for carriage. A muzzle brake is fitted on the end of the barrel which absorbs an estimated 50%-60% of recoil. This is further supplemented by a buffered slide in the receiver.

I don’t know what kind of scope they have on there, but the eye relief is insane.


More info on the Wiki page – HERE