Sons Of Guns – Velo-Dog Episode ~ Exclusive Sneak Peak Video

Sons Of Guns - Velo-Dog Episode
Sons Of Guns – Velo-Dog Episode
Discovery Channel
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Silver Spring, MD –-(  Joe puts it all on the line for Red Jacket’s new home, but Will isn’t sold on the building. A WWII British 75mm Scorpion Tank pulls into Red Jacket’s parking lot and demands Will’s attention.

They quickly discover that like true to its name, this Scorpion hides a potentially lethal sting. Kris and Stephanie get Charlie’s help in putting the bite back in a turn-of-the-century concealed handgun known as a Velo-Dog.

Vince shows up to confront Joe about undermining their large AK47 deal, before the ink is dry.

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Maybe these idiots will show how to slam fire (floating firing pin) semi-auto military rifles like they did four times with a 20mm Solothurn anti-tank rifle in a former show. They got real lucky with that stupid mess! It did not detonate. They are just goobers with guns, that’s great.


Whether it’s bazookas or Maluka’s comment, is better than reading the Sunday paper.


This show and the people in it are at best TRASH. This one and the show “Guntucky” are insults to the firearm community.

Mike the Limey

The FV101 Scorpion isn’t a WWII vehicle: It entered service in 1973 & was retired in 1994 having seen combat in the Falkland Islands War & first Gulf War.