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Check out the most insane rifles in the world! This top 10 list of most powerful and coolest weapons has some of the strongest and biggest sniper rifles ever created! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!" video here: https://youtu.be/XYfqi5VNgac Watch our "STRANGEST Things Found In The Philippines!" video here: https://youtu.be/vwIIeiOhTJ0 Watch our "Most STRANGE Things Found On The Beach!" video here: https://youtu.be/cQjpze_4z5U 10. Steyr IWS 2000 This powerful weapon is made by Steyr-Mannlicher AG of Austria, who began development in the mid-80s. IWS stands for Infantry Weapon System and the Steyr is regarded as one of the best AMR or ‘anti-materiel’ rifles in the world. AMR means its purpose is to take down military targets like radar cabins or even helicopters rather than people. 9. Anzio Take-Down Rifle The Anzio Take-Down is a devastating anti-materiel rifle known for being lightweight as well as powerful. It weighs 39 pounds (17.7 kg) and shoots 20mm Vulcan from a 20 mm barrel. It fires at an eye-popping 1006 m per second (3300 ft). The Anzio 20mm was the first of its type to be made available to the public in nearly a century! 8. Denel NTW-20 This AMR or large calibre sniper began development in the mid-1990s and is produced by Denel’s Mechem Division. Denel supply a lot of things to the SANDF or South African National Defence Force, and if they’re using the NTW-20 then they really are a force to be reckoned with! These big guys are very effective at disabling vehicles. 7. Knight’s Armament M110 The Knight’s Armament M110 was invented 10 years ago as part of an ongoing line from the company founded more than 30 years ago. It’s well-regarded for both its accuracy and flexibility on the field. This weapon was so effective it received an award from the US Army! It was named one of the best inventions of 2007 and is still highly used today. 6. LWRC SABR 308 The SABR 308 is made by Land Warfare Resources Corporation, a company which is known for its high performance that are unusual for mass produced firearms. It uses a gas piston operating system which sounds cool but you’ve got to be careful when using this thing. As with all of these, but you don’t need me to tell you that! 5. SRS-A1 Stealth Recon Scout Bigger doesn’t always mean better when it comes to sniper ! At anywhere between 31.75 - 37.5 inches (2.64 - 3.12 ft) the SRS-A1 is billed as the shortest of its kind in the world and weighs 12.5 lbs (5.7 kg). 4. Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.1 Let’s go back in time to where sniper were handled in the most brutal of environments. The British company Lee Enfield had a good rep for producing rifles and when the design was modified by UK maker Holland and Holland, the result was classed by some as the best sniper rifle of the conflict. 3. AWM AWM stands for ‘Arctic Warfare Magnum’ which sounds pretty cool. And no ‘cool’ is not a pun cos of the connection to snow and everything! This bolt action sniper rifle is between 1200 - 1230 mm (47.2 - 48.4 in) in length and weighs anywhere between 6.5 - 6.9 kg (14.3 -15.2 lbs). 2. Barrett M82 This semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle is used by the military in almost 60 countries, though surprisingly it was entirely developed by the Barrett Firearms Manufacturing Company and not the army. The name ‘M82’ comes from the year 1982 as the was worked on throughout the 80s before entering circulation in 1989. 1. CheyTac M200 Intervention When it comes to the best sniper rifle in the world, the bolt action CheyTac M200 Intervention is a strong contender. Highly regarded for its lightweight 12.3 kg (27.12 lbs) construction, it’s also the longest range sniper ever. There’s no hiding from this mother with its range of between 1,830 - 2,100 m (6,004 - 6,890 ft)! Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
Buy the Winning Carbon-Steel Skillet: http://amzn.to/2kkuWO8 Full testing details and ranking chart: http://cooks.io/1guhd0N What if one pan could do everything the best traditional stainless-steel, cast-iron, and nonstick pans can do—and, in some cases, even do it a little better? We tested 8 carbon-steel skillets to find the best one: Matfer Bourgeat Black Steel Round Frying Pan, 11 7/8" Blu Skillet Ironware 13" Fry Pan Mauviel M’steel Round Fry Pan, Steel Handle 12.5" Turk Heavy Steel Frying Pan 11" De Buyer Mineral B Frypan, 12.6" Paderno World Cuisine Heavy Duty Polished Carbon Steel Frying Pan, 12 1/2" Lodge 12" Seasoned Steel Skillet Vollrath 12 1/2" Carbon Steel Fry Pan Are Carbon-Steel Knives Worth It? Watch now: https://youtu.be/e50gujs4l-I Are You Using the Best Cutting Board? Watch now: https://youtu.be/lPyhS2LX_Co Even if you’ve never heard of a carbon-steel skillet, you’ve almost certainly eaten a meal made in one. Restaurant chefs use these pans for all kinds of tasks, from searing steak to sautéing onions to cooking eggs. French omelet and crêpe pans are made of carbon steel, as are the woks used in Chinese restaurants. Even Julia Child had a few carbon-steel pieces alongside her familiar rows of copper cookware. In European home kitchens, these pans are hugely popular. Somehow, though, despite their prevalence in restaurants, they’ve never really caught on with home cooks in the United States. Given their reputation for being as great at browning as they are at keeping delicate foods from sticking, we wondered if it was time that changed. We bought seven carbon-steel skillets, all as close as possible to our preferred sizeof 12 inches for a primary skillet, priced from $39.95 to $79.95. For fun we also threw in a $230 hand-forged version made in Oregon. Bearing in mind carbon steel’s multipurpose promise, we decided on a range of recipes for our testing: frying eggs, turning out cheese omelets, pan-searing steaks, and baking the traditional French upside-down apple dessert known as tarte Tatin, which begins on the stove and moves to the oven. Along the way we’d evaluate the skillets’ shape, weight, handle comfort, and maneuverability. Washing the pans after every test would let us judge how easy they were to clean and maintain. Our key question: Could this one type of pan actually make owning the other skillets we’ve always had in our arsenal—stainless-steel tri-ply, cast-iron, and nonstick—more of an option than a necessity? ABOUT US: Located in Boston’s Seaport District in the historic Innovation and Design Building, America's Test Kitchen features 15,000 square feet of kitchen space including multiple photography and video studios. It is the home of Cook’s Illustrated magazine and Cook’s Country magazine and is the workday destination for more than 60 test cooks, editors, and cookware specialists. Our mission is to test recipes over and over again until we understand how and why they work and until we arrive at the best version. Each week, the cast of America's Test Kitchen brings the recipes, testings, and tastings from Cook's Illustrated magazine to life on our public television series. With more than 2 million viewers per episode, we are the most-watched cooking show on public television. http://www.americastestkitchen.com More than 1.3 million home cooks rely on Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines to provide trusted recipes that work, honest ratings of equipment and supermarket ingredients, and kitchen tips. http://www.cooksillustrated.com http://www.cookscountry.com If you like us, follow us: http://americastestkitchen.com http://facebook.com/americastestkitchen http://twitter.com/testkitchen http://instagram.com/testkitchen http://pinterest.com/testkitchen
Hi folks, this is part of my African load-out series. I will be using my Eberlestock X2 as a carry-on bag. Once I get to Africa I will convert it into a hunting pack. See contents below. Enjoy. Eberlestock X2 Pack dry earth (1830 CI or 29.9 Liters) Price: $189 US Dollars Category: Daypack Material: 1000 denier nylon (water resistant) Color: Dry Earth Approximate weight empty: 4 lbs. 8 ounces or 2.0 kg Clarification Note: The inside of the bat wings are only designed to fit a two liter bladder or comparable object. Bulky spotting scopes with an angled eye piece and large 80mm objectives will NOT fit inside the zippered bat wing pockets, but a smaller/compact straight scope will fit as long as there are no other items inside any of the inner and outer side pockets. All of the tuck pockets must be empty to allow for lateral space consumption. Smaller spotting scopes can also be accommodated between the main compartment and bat wing sleeve by loosening the compression straps and placing the scope inside the internal tuck pocket and then cinching the scope against the main compartment. Lastly, larger spotting may be accommodated on top by simply laying them flat and utilizing the retention flat to secure it. They may also be carried inside the side water bottle pocket so long as there are no other items in any of the tuck pockets to impede or obstruct the fit. It can be secured further by lashing it to the upper webbing with a piece of shock cord. The Gunslinger II is a larger pack and better suited for carrying large objects. See video showing quick access carry option with spotting scope exposed in tripod. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk_OSG9VTb0 Contents Document folder with all critical paperwork Leica Geovid HD-B 10 x 42 Range Finding Binoculars with S4 Gear Lock Down harness Smart Wool Merino NTS Micro T-shirt Maui Jim Breakwall sunglasses with green HT lenses Hard candy and candy bars REI towel with set covers Small toiletry kit Wet wipes Hand sanitizer Nitrile gloves Note book/journal AA, AAA and CR123 batteries Whistle Steri PEN Adventurer Opti Water Purifier (ultraviolet pen light) Go Pro Hero3+ HD video recorder with matte black housing, carry case, extra batteries, 64 GB micro SD cards, Joby tripod, chest harness and head harness, etc...
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Today, I will partially tear down the Dewalt Flexvolt 60V/20V 9Ah battery to find out what's inside and how it works.
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This time I'll make a charger, which could charge 5 pcs of lithium ion 18650 cells at a time. Parts for this build cost only 5$ at ebay: 18650 battery holders and TP4056 charging modules. In video, I forgot to mention about power supply current. In my case - to power up 5pcs of TP4056, it's need a power supply witch could give minimum 5 amps of current. Julian Ilett video about charging 18650 with TP4056: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfrm6lbt8Pc TP4056 datasheet in *.pdf: http://www.datasheet-pdf.com/datasheetdownload.php?id=770462 Support Well Done Tips on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/welldonetips Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. WellDoneTips assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. WellDoneTips recommends safe practices when working with the tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of WellDoneTips, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not WellDoneTips.