American Guns: Hand Cannon Challenge
An eccentric gun collector challenges Rich and his team to build a primitive hand cannon from scratch.
Extreme Engineering: How Pile Drivers Work
In this clip from Discovery Channel's, "Extreme Engineering," explore the Bay Bridge construction site to see how hydraulic hammers help pile drivers endure a grueling 14-hour day.
Sons of Guns: Kick Ass Uzi
Will's shooter friends, Chris and Austin from UziTalk, have a full auto blast with Red Jacket's new faster-firing Uzi.
Sons of Guns: Max My Uzi
A professional Uzi shooter asks Red Jacket to create a new custom competition version of the famous submachine gun, so Will enlists Vince and Flem to figure out a way to increase the cyclic firing rate and improve the sighting accuracy.
Extreme Engineering: Pile Hoisting
In this clip, Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering" takes us to the Bay Bridge construction site to see how massive support piles are hoisted.
Sons of Guns: Browning M1919 Job
Mike, a lieutenant from the local police department, asks Will to transform his conventional tripod mounted Browning Model 1919 machine gun into a shoulder-fired weapon.
Sons of Guns: Hogzilla to Godzilla
Will and Kris meet up with Brandon and some friends to test out the hog gun. From an airboat, they spot a hog and put the muscled up, silenced, night stalking AR to use.
MythBusters: Sparks Will Fly
Do stun-gun barbs create potentially flammable sparks, even after becoming embedded in their target? Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage put CSI to the test.
Sons of Guns: Jesse James Lets Loose
After Will Hayden receives a surprise visit from Jesse James, he gives him a chance to shoot many guns from the Red Jacket collection in the range.
Sons of Guns: Master Welder
The Red Jacket crew works on building an aluminum Browning automatic rifle for Jesse James. During the build, Jesse James gives Flem a quick lesson in welding.
Sons of Guns: First Submachine Gun
A rare gun collector brings in a German Schmeisser MP 28, a variation of the first infantry submachine introduced at the end of World War I.