Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey: Season 1
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Get hands-on with some of the world s fiercest firearms as Gunnery Sergeant, drill instructor, Vietnam veteran, actor and former Mail Call host R. Lee Ermey demonstrates the weapons that made battlefield history, from machine guns and tanks, to pistols and rockets. Get an unprecedented look at the inner workings of a particular weapon in each episode of Lock N Load with R. Lee Ermey how it works and what really happens at the point of impact. Special high-speed photography and advanced 3D graphics help to detail the improvements, changes in technology and thinking behind each weapon, providing a deep understanding of the how the weapon has evolved throughout history, from its humble, often cumbersome and even awkward beginnings, to its sheer power and precision today. It s an enthralling ride through the evolution, origins, innovations, victories and defeats of weapons, as Ermey delivers the story with, literally, one finger on the trigger.
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The gunny- direct from History Channel's "Mail Call"- presents the first season of "Lock N' Load" complete with no commercials. This big hit from the History Channel is a must view for anyone interested in firearms and military technology.
It comes packaged in a tidy four disc unit in a format that actually does not allow the discs to fall out on the floor, an apparent technological breakthrough. Great!
Provides historical data without being boring, with animated graphics to demonstrate functions from really primitive firearms to the latest explosive delivery system.
Buy this set, and watch R. Lee blow stuff up! Enjoy.
When this old guy spoke about some people doubting the stories of one man firing a water cooled machine gun that was supposed to take a four man crew, he made his point in a very convincing way. He walked over, picked the machine gun UP, and blazed away at the target with it.
Don't mess with Ermey.
He is for real.
And the information in Lock and Load is really great! Historical, topical, up-to-date, accurate and entertaining.
What more could anyone aski for?