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How a Pump Shotgun Works

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Carter's Kindle
Carter's Kindle 6 meses atrás
This is one of the coolest animations I've ever seen. Even compared to other "how guns work" animations this one is just the best in the way you explain everything. Also when you showed the powder igniting the fire (well, hot gasses) leaving the barrel looked awesome.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 14 dias atrás
@Huso Baltaci Just a couple pistols and an SKS haha
cat
cat 17 dias atrás
@Matt Rittman 31
Jared Owen
Jared Owen 5 meses atrás
Nobody does gun animations better than Matt! Thanks for sharing
Althea Babysit
Althea Babysit 3 dias atrás
disliked the fortnite
Ethan Xander Agpaoa
Ethan Xander Agpaoa 18 dias atrás
No is better at gun animations than matt, BUT NO ONE IS BETTER AT MAKING BUILDING AND MACHINE ANIMATIONS THAN YOU
GSSG
GSSG Mês atrás
2 animators becoming friends
الكاسر
الكاسر Mês atrás
هذا رسوم عن الاسلحه اناريه والحركات الميكانيكيه هذي تحدث في ثواني رغم انها قديمه . الاسلحه الحديثه الان تستخدم قوة دفع الهيدرلك بدل نابض الارجاع وقوة الغاز .
ReallyBurntToast
ReallyBurntToast 21 dia atrás
The way this weapon is able to move through all these different phases and steps in literally a few seconds dumbfounds me, even a simple weapon like a shotgun has so many steps to fire. I thank you for the animation and the different perspectives on what is happening in the weapon, they look like they take a lot of time and effort.
abeyance
abeyance 11 dias atrás
you feed it and do not let it feed you
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 21 dia atrás
Thanks so much man :)
FatherOfLights88
FatherOfLights88 11 dias atrás
I don't ever see myself in the position to handle one of these, but this animation was incredible to watch. I've always wondered how shotguns work.
Emmanuel Rivero
Emmanuel Rivero Dia atrás
I like to see this type of videos about how weapons work, seeing so much detail in the mechanisms surprises me, but it saddens me that so much human engineering is used to cause harm to others
Chris Harmon
Chris Harmon 7 horas atrás
It's almost the same amount of engineering that is used to protect and save people's lives!. Wow!
Projects Galore
Projects Galore 12 dias atrás
What a great explanation. What really amazes me is that someone 100+ years ago figured out how to make all this work seamlessly...no computer, no calculator. Just paper and pencil
Smug Bow Kid
Smug Bow Kid 6 meses atrás
Seriously, you see guns all the time, and even more “simple” guns like shotguns are WAY more complicated than expected.
Just Thunderbolt
Just Thunderbolt 6 dias atrás
@Saden Uttie ! I never understood that logic, to be honest. Criminals exist in every part of the world: if there are strict gun laws they will commit crimes with other kind of weapons, equally lethal to the unharmed man. It's true that giving free access to weapons to everyone increases the risk of getting shot by a madman, but even in the US it's more common to die due to being hit by a lightning than to die in a mass shooting.
Saden Uttie !
Saden Uttie ! 6 dias atrás
@Just Thunderbolt coming back to this, I realised I didn’t make my final point clear. Peoples actions as a whole have impact on others, as I pointed out a great number of individual decisions to own guns can make the world less safe for everyone else Of course not many people are going to agree with me here. I am on a video about guns after all
Saden Uttie !
Saden Uttie ! 6 dias atrás
@Fallon Garens what’s your point?
Fallon Garens
Fallon Garens 7 dias atrás
@Saden Uttie ! dunno who you are but there's a high likelihood they've beaten you in a war at some point. If not, they were your ally in a war at some point.
CharlieintheBox
CharlieintheBox Mês atrás
As an 870 owner who thought he knew a lot about how his gun works, and does, I can say that this very impressive video has added significantly to my knowledge on how my firearm works.
Taís França Albano
Taís França Albano 4 dias atrás
que engenharia maravilhosa de desempenho funcional
Dean L.
Dean L. 4 meses atrás
The detail on this is incredible. The descriptions, the animations, how everything is animated and described together (gun internals, shell internal and EVEN the primer internals?!)
Ethan Xander Agpaoa
Ethan Xander Agpaoa 18 dias atrás
@Matt Rittman you really detailed the sells too
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 4 meses atrás
Thanks so much, I really appreciate it Dean :) 🙏🏻
alphabladelm2011
alphabladelm2011 4 meses atrás
It blows my mind how complex firearms are; even the ammunition was comprehensive. I’ll need to rewatch this a few times for the info to make sense to me but thank you for making this! You made it concise and straightforward.
Cortiaa Newsome
Cortiaa Newsome 3 meses atrás
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Dan G
Dan G 6 meses atrás
The mechanical engineering behind shotguns is staggeringly impressive.
GoodqualitySalt GG
GoodqualitySalt GG Mês atrás
Indeed
Jay Adams
Jay Adams Mês atrás
No more than any other gun except for maybe specialist guns
Son Die
Son Die Mês atrás
Bigay ka ng May kapal
Glen F-U
Glen F-U Mês atrás
But kinda simple
VioletGiraffe
VioletGiraffe 15 dias atrás
The mechanics is approximately 10x more complicated that I expected. Once can appreciate how the military manufacturing, specifically guns and artillery, was the moving force for high-precision manufacturing becoming scalable and cheap in the 18-19 centuries.
NFS Fanboy
NFS Fanboy Mês atrás
So in a dream I was fighting a lot of people that were using the Remington 870 as shown in the video. While, I fought them a blue KSG shotgun and won.
Márcio Costa cantor
Márcio Costa cantor 4 dias atrás
Boa noite! Pra mim é uma honra viu prestigiar seu trabalho, vamos sempre juntos somar e fortalecer nossos objetivos, Conto com você, eu já estou por aqui...
playamcnugee games
playamcnugee games 15 dias atrás
Honestly thank you for allowing me to experience and appreciate this engineering knowledge, I’m very grateful and have a new appreciation for firearms and their designers and engineers!
Old Farmer
Old Farmer 6 meses atrás
As simple as a shotgun is, it is still quite a complicated machine. The remmington 870 is such a durable thing that you could use it for a canoe paddle if you needed to. I trust my express to be reliable enough to help me harvest deer every year.
gpet72
gpet72 3 meses atrás
@Ben Nichols I’m the knight rider…..I’m the rock, I’m the roller, I’m the outta controller!!! I’m a fuel injected suicide machine!!!!!
gpet72
gpet72 3 meses atrás
@TBlanktim throw it out!!!!
gpet72
gpet72 3 meses atrás
Ban guns!!!!! Completely!!!!
Kiltmaster
Kiltmaster 17 dias atrás
Can I just say - the clarity of the animation work is truly stellar. I can completely understand how these elements perform their role. There is no "you can't really see it from here, but..." Having done a similar animation for a lever action rifle, I can definitely appreciate how much effort this must have taken. Bravo.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 17 dias atrás
Thank you so much man. Seriously that really means a lot 🙏🏻
JRGoldinger0824
JRGoldinger0824 2 meses atrás
I just watched your bowling alley video from 13 years ago then this, your most recent video. Fantastic improvements, I’m so glad you’re sharing these animations with us!!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 2 meses atrás
Oh man thank you so much haha! Glad you like my animations :)
jmr1068204
jmr1068204 19 dias atrás
Excellent description. The fact that someone sat around for who knows how long coming up with how each component works in the initial development stage of the gun is very interesting.
Poppers 73
Poppers 73 17 dias atrás
As if a single person came up with all of that. It evolved like that from the guns that came before.
RexusprimeIX
RexusprimeIX 16 dias atrás
Man, this is a surprisingly informative video. Like any time I had a question in mind, like how do the other shells not fall out during the cocking phase, the video almost immediately answered that.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 16 dias atrás
Thanks so much man :)
Uncle Ned
Uncle Ned 6 meses atrás
It must have taken hundreds of attempts minimum to get this mechanism to work and then to streamline it for mass production. I love engineering stuff like this!
Reny 89
Reny 89 6 meses atrás
Yeah if u see sigle action and double barrel shotguns, they have a more simple system.
nade
nade 6 meses atrás
definitely, hundreds of years of innovation
Chopper
Chopper Mês atrás
Until you see a demonstration like this you don't (or at least I didn't) really have an appreciation of the artistry and craftmanship that does into every interlocking part working together towards an outcome.
Chopper
Chopper Mês atrás
@Matt Rittman No, thank you for the demonstration 🙂
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Wow thanks so much Chopper :)
SavageGerbil
SavageGerbil Mês atrás
Loving these videos, beautifully done. Doesn't matter if I'm already familiar with the mechanics, it still provides a practical purpose to me.....reminds me that I haven't taken out my shotgun in some time, and it's probably past due to be taken apart and oiled. My least used firearms are in your debt, you got them baths
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Awesome haha, glad you are enjoying these :)
RR Viking
RR Viking 4 meses atrás
Dude, that was fantastic, my two little girls were glued to the screen, as was I. Please do more of these!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 4 meses atrás
Oh nice haha :) Glad you enjoyed it!
Андрей Благой
That's beautiful and very easy to understand. Thank you!
Engineering Girlfriend
Engineering Girlfriend 5 meses atrás
Congrats for your video. Wonderfully done animation as well as voice over. Do you understand working through real gun or through readings? Thanks
Saahil
Saahil 5 meses atrás
@Wolfy100 his hown channel
Evan
Evan 5 meses atrás
@Wolfy100 something completely irrelevant
Wolfy100
Wolfy100 5 meses atrás
@digit form What'd he link?
digit form
digit form 5 meses atrás
@Sarhal vlog lol
Brandon Gun Works
Brandon Gun Works Mês atrás
Big thumbs up from a gunsmith here. Spot on with the sequences of actions.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Thanks so much Brandon!
Tami Hallam
Tami Hallam 4 meses atrás
This video was incredibly well done! Thank you!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 4 meses atrás
Thank you!
Дмитрий Щульга
Perfect animation… The only thing I can say is WOW!!! I also amazed by the way engineers did this gun….
⚡Nikolay⚡
⚡Nikolay⚡ 11 dias atrás
Прикольно... Зашло 👍👍👍.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Thank you so much! 🙏🏻
David Jello fox
David Jello fox Mês atrás
Very informative. This design must have taken years to perfect.
E Lye
E Lye 4 meses atrás
I always enjoyed such mechanisms. Thanks. I even toyed about with a revolver type apparatus to change batteries on the fly. One squeeze of the trigger and a battery gets ejected while another goes in.
daehr93
daehr93 14 dias atrás
Thank you for the video! This significantly increased my knowledge of how a pump-action shotgun works, leading to better safety when handing one (I bought one for $160 last November). Even compared to videos from people like hickok45, who is an educator - he actually is look him up - this is better. Wonderful animation and very detailed, thank you for the video and keep em coming!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 14 dias atrás
Wow, thank you so much, that really means a lot! Yeah I love hickok45's videos!
IzunaDestruction
IzunaDestruction 3 meses atrás
Impressed by both the engineering and the animation. Awesome stuff.
Чеченский Атом
This man has insane visualization and animation skills!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 15 dias atrás
Thank you so much 🙏🏻
Haavik wood
Haavik wood 6 meses atrás
It fascinates me that most guns work off a completely mechanical system, not requiring electricity or power in anyway just physical pieces moving like a Rube Goldberg machine.
Sheeeit Mayn
Sheeeit Mayn 4 meses atrás
@slugoo there are electric primed fire arms. M61 vulcan for example. Or the HK P11.
Sheeeit Mayn
Sheeeit Mayn 4 meses atrás
Lmao why a rube Goldberg machine?? Mechanical engineering is as old as time itself...
Jack Guess
Jack Guess 4 meses atrás
It does require power. It’s called gun powder. Yeah the mechanical system is how it loads, unloads, and kicks the round out, but the gun powder provides the energy
xpllmmff
xpllmmff Mês atrás
Great modelling and render. Wish one day a similar introduction for the lever action shotgun
Brian Bumgardner
Brian Bumgardner Mês atrás
I've always had pump shotguns, 2 870's, a Mossberg 500 and a Benelli Nova. By far the Benelli has been the best, I do still own one of old 870's. Just never had feel or need for an auto loader.
aaaaa1957
aaaaa1957 2 meses atrás
Very good. This made understanding how a shotgun work’s easy. Thanks for sharing
MemeLoney
MemeLoney 18 dias atrás
These types of videos are the stuff I watch when I'm bored.
MrMairu555
MrMairu555 6 meses atrás
Working in CAD design myself, I have a massive appreciation for the effort required producing these videos. I wish I had the time to do something similar with some of my designs! Superb!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 6 meses atrás
@Double Bullet Cinema 4D
Double Bullet
Double Bullet 6 meses atrás
@Matt Rittman what program did you make the animation in?
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 6 meses atrás
Thank you so much, seriously that means a lot!!
Tim Schutte
Tim Schutte 15 dias atrás
By far my favorite type of weapon. I own several types of shotguns. Pumps, and single barrels. I use one of my single barrels for "muzzel", loading with the 209 adapter and for reloads. Love them. They are by far the most versatile and dependable weapons made.
kwtrucks
kwtrucks 3 meses atrás
Ive got a Remington pump action shotgun a bit different than this. i love it. when i miss with a .22 i always hit the mark with my Remington shotgun. thumbs up to whoever spent the time developing this great and useful tool!
𝓣𝓱𝓲𝓼 𝓲𝓼 𝓪 𝓫𝓮𝓮 𝓽𝓱𝓪𝓽 𝓫𝓲𝓽𝓮𝓼
In all its simplicity it is truly astonishing.I was amazed👌
Vladimir Kuharik
Vladimir Kuharik 2 meses atrás
Ok folks, you passed the game :D So much detailed explanation... THANK YOU :)
JW2
JW2 5 meses atrás
Every time I watch the inner workings of firearms I’m always blown away at the fact that someone was clever enough to design their mechanisms.
Giovanni Corraliza
Giovanni Corraliza 2 dias atrás
the human body is more complex than a gun.
titankenzie ardhikemal
and all we know is how to fire them
Tim Schutte
Tim Schutte 15 dias atrás
John Browning was one of the best. Kalashnikov was the other one
Psychoseacap
Psychoseacap 16 dias atrás
It wasn’t just someone, it was decades and thousands of people constantly improving them.
CINEMAJUAN Studio
CINEMAJUAN Studio 2 meses atrás
For ordinary eyes shotgun is so simple, but look how it works inside this is a creation of a genius.
The Peculiar Cat
The Peculiar Cat 4 meses atrás
Well explained and the animation is 🔥
Newton
Newton 2 meses atrás
Imagine o trabalho paga fazer esses vídeos, ótimo trabalho!
Omar Slim
Omar Slim Mês atrás
I can barely tie my shoes and some guy 100+ years ago sat down and designed this masterpiece of engineering. Absolutely amazing. We are not the same
Lochner
Lochner 6 meses atrás
After seeing the amount of detail went into the mechanics and functionality in this video, I'd be curious to see some of the older firearms as well. Such as an M1 Grand, or a gravity fed gatling as a couple of examples.
Mike Northrop
Mike Northrop 5 meses atrás
Funny enough, if you watch the video he made about the ak47, it's quite similar to how the Garand operates. The ak uses basically the same operating system as the garand, but the piston is above the barrel and the bolt and locking system are slightly changed around to fit the ak better
Добрый Росомах ZOV
Русская анимация brvid.net/video/video-jHpnhSzovR0.html 😉
TotallyNotAFox
TotallyNotAFox 6 meses atrás
@Sir Ankleknocker KAR(abiner) 98 kurz - never write before the first coffee, a rule I should remember 😅
Sir Ankleknocker
Sir Ankleknocker 6 meses atrás
forgot the a between the g and r, just a tip.
feuhoa
feuhoa 2 meses atrás
by the way, your videos are beautiful, the animation is on top, everything is very smooth and pleasing to the eye, thanks for trying for us!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 2 meses atrás
Thank you so much, that really means a lot! :)
CT 1035
CT 1035 16 dias atrás
I’ve always wanted to know how they work, thank you
Rajesh pillai
Rajesh pillai 8 dias atrás
What is the normal range? I think it will be a very short range? Can you also please share How it works in case of a double or a triple barrel shotgun
Sassy Silver
Sassy Silver 2 meses atrás
This is an amazing video. There are quite a few mechanical operations taking place in a Shotgun.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 2 meses atrás
Thank you!
Anonymous Lee
Anonymous Lee 6 meses atrás
This does give me some insight into why short stroking could cause the gun to malfunction so easily. If you don't pull far enough, the bar holding the shells in the tube magazine won't disengage to let the shell pop into the feed ramp, causing a failure to feed malfunction.
Gohunt001 -
Gohunt001 - 5 meses atrás
these replies...
GeniusDrummer
GeniusDrummer 5 meses atrás
Yup stroking all the way also makes ironically makes a quicker job
Dmitry Shevkoplyas
Dmitry Shevkoplyas 2 meses atrás
Fantastic job! Great animation, thank you!!!
A Dawg
A Dawg 2 meses atrás
The simplicity and reliability of a standard pump action shotgun is awesome
Reinaldo compositor
Reinaldo compositor 2 meses atrás
Muito bom parabéns 👏👏👏
alex haralambiev
alex haralambiev 2 meses atrás
Just found this channel, that's some really impressive stuff!
Cobra Strike76
Cobra Strike76 6 meses atrás
Its just amazing that reloading and shooting a shotgun takes seconds, yet explaining how it all works takes minutes, and going into even more details about how it works might take hours
Greg G
Greg G 6 meses atrás
He left out the requisite slew of profanity at missing the bird yet again.
KishaScape
KishaScape 6 meses atrás
The shell is setup almost like a mini cannon.
James Hobbs
James Hobbs 6 meses atrás
And animating it all take months. His work is amazing.
Keulron
Keulron 2 meses atrás
No matter who you are, you cannot deny how impressive the machinery of a gun is.
Вячеслав Смашнев
Однажды видел УЗИ из Израиля, очень быстрый. Не факт, что Ремингтон тупой, сравнительно, у него другие задачи. Охота стала легче, еды стало больше. Браво, Ремингтон.
Taylord
Taylord 3 meses atrás
This is so professional. I genuinely thought this was a clip from a TV show.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 3 meses atrás
That’s very kind of you to say, thank you!
pweter351
pweter351 2 meses atrás
Love the engineering that goes into firearms
RedTeamReview
RedTeamReview 5 meses atrás
awesome video. been a fan for a while now, keep up the good work brother!
J. R. 6
J. R. 6 Mês atrás
You always do such a great job. Very helpful video.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Thank you so much!
Paul Brown
Paul Brown Mês atrás
This is brilliant - thanks for the effort it took to put this together
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Thanks so much Paul!
Rubix Cube
Rubix Cube 10 dias atrás
I always wondered where the loaded shells were kept, never really thought about it either..
George Vavoulis
George Vavoulis Mês atrás
Thank you for such informative videos please make more in future 🙏
Hope4ourfallen
Hope4ourfallen 6 meses atrás
I spent 6 years working on weapons in the Army...and THIS was hands down the BEST training vid I've seen.. THIS would have saved us a ton of headache in AIT♥️ GREAT VID♥️♥️♥️
BluEyeProductions
BluEyeProductions 5 meses atrás
@JoeOvercoat Do You have Hobbys?
JoeOvercoat
JoeOvercoat 5 meses atrás
@Dyanosis it’s like when Barbarella says, “oh, I’m about average”.
Deepak Kashyap Rajput
Deepak Kashyap Rajput 5 meses atrás
@Matt Rittman That's an excellent opportunity for Matt to earn some more from the Army by making videos explaining the working of weapons; after all, they are already spending a lot on training; it would be better if they just switch to Matt's videos.
Timothious Maximus
Timothious Maximus 4 meses atrás
would love to see a video on the GM6-Lynx rifle one day if you're interested in doing a long recoil breakdown.
VIkas Shukla
VIkas Shukla Mês atrás
Now this is Masterpiece 🔥
4NANAS [HELLFRAG]
4NANAS [HELLFRAG] 13 dias atrás
Pls do new animations, I want more mechanism documentaries. This is my fav channel
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 13 dias atrás
Thank you!! Working on an AR-15 😀
Undeliver Me
Undeliver Me 3 meses atrás
Man, you never really understand how complicated mechanisms are in tech until you know. That was cool.
Shiekh Waleed Mir Al-Protein
When the world needed him the most, he came back...
That one guy
That one guy Mês atrás
You say about a BRvidr with a regular uploading schedule.
Shiekh Waleed Mir Al-Protein
@ABlueAirHead ABlueAirHead sure
Fi it
Fi it 3 meses atrás
the animation is so awesome man. And thank for the knowledge. Looking forward to your next video. Must be dope if you do one for german 88 mm flak.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 3 meses atrás
Thanks so much seriously, that means a lot. Glad you found it helpful :)
Lilith
Lilith 4 meses atrás
Parabéns achei muito interessante
Radio go brrrrrrr
Radio go brrrrrrr 4 meses atrás
I’m planning on making a book series and I want it to have some realistic gun physics, this was really helpful, thanks!
ammar nanaa
ammar nanaa 2 meses atrás
Matt you just showed what we always wanted to see but never saw. IMPRESSED
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 2 meses atrás
Thanks so much :)
maee
maee 5 meses atrás
It’s kind of crazy how reliable these are all things considered. Engineering of them is cool, but also that they can be reliably manufactured to work so smoothly is insane.
ABlueAirHead ABlueAirHead
Abolish the 2nd amendment
Classic Episodes of CrimewatchUK
Exactly what I was thinking
kennythemeat
kennythemeat 5 meses atrás
yes. also under the influence of heat and cold. specially with lmgs etc. that shoot hundreds of rounds. allways cool to think about!
Игорь
Игорь 5 meses atrás
@miamivlad посмотрите как работают инерционные ружья, вот уж точно магия)) там ни поршня ни помпы, а оно само заряжается.
Top10
Top10 4 meses atrás
Sehr gutes Video und die Arbeit die darin steckt hat jeden Aufruf und Like mehr als verdient.
Adrian
Adrian 4 meses atrás
This video was incredibly well made.
An Ace
An Ace Mês atrás
Great video. I’m a new sub. Fascinating how you create this content.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman Mês atrás
Thank you so much man. It really means a lot.
não
não Mês atrás
Melhor vídeo de explicação de arma que já vi, explica tudo nos mínimos detalhes e o vídeo está em alata resolução, sério, incrível, parabéns Language: ****Portuguese****
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 29 dias atrás
Muito obrigado!
Berkana
Berkana 6 meses atrás
These are so incredibly clearly explained and well done. What software packages do you use to make these animations?
Avalon Justin
Avalon Justin 6 meses atrás
@random_ user Friendly reminder to report spam comments when you see them. Let's keep our comment section tidy.
Echo Slam
Echo Slam 6 meses atrás
He's using Cinema 4D
GOOB GOLLY
GOOB GOLLY 6 meses atrás
@COBRA FH What does this mean?
HooDini Gaming
HooDini Gaming 4 meses atrás
I just can't believe how all of this can move in 1 second you make it look like it will take 10 years to reload and shoot
Nobody
Nobody Mês atrás
Great video, I really liked it. Gave me more interest in buying one of these.
Steve McQ
Steve McQ 14 dias atrás
Pure mechanical genius really, and need for Bluetooth. 😁👍
Axin Hedgelion
Axin Hedgelion 2 meses atrás
I’m not much of a gun nut, but this is actually helpful to learn the ins and outs of firearms
Diddly Doink
Diddly Doink 6 meses atrás
the mechanics of guns have fascinated me for years, especially when you consider that they were made by really clever people basically as an upgrade from just throwing rocks and spears at each other, like someone had to without any prior knowledge or really guiding help, had to work out so much of it
Magnus Kallas
Magnus Kallas 6 meses atrás
@Scott Watrous Correct. First basic "firearms" were technically just downsized cannons. The "trigger" was there for more practical reason so one could use both hands to keep the thing steady when firing (no trigger needed for a cannon that lays on the ground). True, the side effect of that was also a better control over the timing of the shot. The real advancement happened after proper cartridges appeared.
Scott Watrous
Scott Watrous 6 meses atrás
Well each small evolutionary step in firearms technology came from folks learning about that which came before and then improving one little detail or two, or sometimes re-working the existing ideas into something different to solve a new problem. The 870 shotgun came from all of the lessons learned from those who designed the previous pump shotguns, and those first pump shotguns came as an answer to other methods of reloading like lever action and those came from folks trying to add a way to not just hand load each round, which was already an improvement over those who were muzzle-loading. Not that those who make the next generational improvements over and over aren't brilliant in their ways, but certainly are standing on the shoulders of the designs that came before. Also to be fair, it wasn't until relatively recently that cartridge firearms even were possible (approx 150 years or so) so a LOT of learning happened really quickly once that technology came about. We're still learning new options today.
Caster Troy
Caster Troy 6 meses atrás
Us Palestinian are still throwing rocks. We can only imagine to have a few weapons. Things would be different.
PrivatePile_FatBody
PrivatePile_FatBody 6 meses atrás
I've always been fascinated with the mechanics of guns too. You know that slingshots and spears are made by literal apes though, they aren't the direct predecessors to the Remington 870. There was about 300 years between a time when a metal tube with a spring powered flint and steel at the back was the pinnacle of gun technology and today. Even before that there were wheel-locks and completely manual guns used all the way back in medieval times. They were making pocket watches before semi auto weapons, it was hardly a rapid conceptual or engineering leap, albeit a great and revolutionary conceptual and engineering leap
farsidefeature28
farsidefeature28 3 meses atrás
Hi Matt, what a wonderful and informative video. Looks like it took a ton of time to make, so thanks for the effort. Looking forward to more videos from you in the future.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 3 meses atrás
Thank you so much, that’s so kind of you to say! Glad you enjoyed it :) More to come!
Aeureus
Aeureus Mês atrás
I was actually surprised at how many shells the can fit inside the underbarrel. Very interesting
jonathan oldaker
jonathan oldaker 29 dias atrás
Dont be fooled though. Each brand, gauge, or change in factory parts may lesson or add to this capacity.
WanderingWonder
WanderingWonder Mês atrás
A lot "tactical" shotguns hold 7 or 8 in the tube mag
SAKARIAS
SAKARIAS 4 meses atrás
Damn, I randomly wondered how pump action shottys work and decided to search for a video on it, but I did not expect to get such an in-depth and high quality video explaining it!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 4 meses atrás
Haha that's awesome! Glad you enjoyed it :)
B Davis
B Davis 2 meses atrás
I've owned an 870 for 50 years and never clearly understood how the action components interplay with each other. Thanks for making this!
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 2 meses atrás
Awesome, so glad you found it helpful! :)
Hasan Asaf Ulaş
Hasan Asaf Ulaş 6 meses atrás
This channel teaching way better than the teachers i've ever saw. Grapichs are amazing, this channel deserving a lot of things.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 6 meses atrás
@Verbugter Herr der Dunkelheit unless it’s a firearms instructor, I would hope not
Verbugter Herr der Dunkelheit
To be fair, teacher usually don't explain how firearms work.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 6 meses atrás
@Pel-Um Bandung Wow, thank you so much for such kind words. Seriously that really means a lot. I really appreciate it 🙌🏼. Cheers!
Pel-Um Bandung
Pel-Um Bandung 6 meses atrás
First time seeing this ch, the video show on my recommendation from YT algorithm Seriously i'm amaze how beautifully done is the animations in rhythm with the explanation... Making all the information is super easy to take This channel is truly deserved a lot of things
bigdog33bad
bigdog33bad 4 meses atrás
An excellent video, very well done.
Cam
Cam 16 dias atrás
Master piece! Thanks for your videos!
Scott Gray
Scott Gray 26 dias atrás
Excellent animation and explanation. I never knew pumpactions were this complicated. There high reliability is taken for granted, but its really a testament to a very high level of engineering very impressive.
Matt Rittman
Matt Rittman 26 dias atrás
Thanks so much Scott, I really appreciate that!
Silver Wolf
Silver Wolf 2 meses atrás
And this complex and so sofisticated process is all in a fraction of seconds...is amazing!
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