Smith & Wesson Emergency Survival Kit, Model 500 Magnum, .50 Cal. Revolver

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Survival Video : An overview of the contents of this kit including the Model 500 Magnum, which fires the formidable S & W .500 cartridge.

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  • zdoroteoarangoz said:

    Bear spray, common sense and or understanding bears would work better than this gun unless were talking about black bears. For protection against people and such .38 special is plenty and the recoil is more manageable.

  • cr76802 said:

    Hmmm carrying the S&W 500 for protection from bears “MAYBE” can u handle the recoil? Can u aim shoot and hit/kill a charging bear in only a few seconds?….
    If your talking surviving the fall of mankind yeah your a idiot agian to carry it.

  • Tuxster3 said:

    I’ve seen these survivals kits. However, even with the mighty .500 Magnum catridge, shot placement is still everything. As the bear charges, it may be very difficult to get off a second shot. This leaves brain and spine cord as the obvious choices for disabling shot placement.

  • Tuxster3 said:

    @MegaSpongebob94 As doing this could get someone seriously injured by the recoil, there would be nothing funny about this. The gun could snap back and hit someone in the head. 

  • ewkvids said:

    they should make rifle for the 500 magnum

  • Loanshooter1226 said:

    I want one so bad!!!

  • thealchemist1111 said:

    is the beginning from The Doors – Riders on the Storm

  • chivalry said:

    You would need a elephant gun to take down a raging elephant

  • Siguror6 said:

    What about a cell phone?

  • Siguror6 said:

    wait bear I need to open my kit! AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!

  • Siguror6 said:

    hey, that’s about the same size as my dick, my wife will have a new nickname for it.

  • SierraTangoGuns said:

    @MrNevermindTheBuzz I’ve fired a .338 Lapua, its not bad at all. A .30-30 kicks more; the rifles are lighter and generally shoulder fired, as opposed to the heavier and generally rest- or bipod-fired .338 rifles.

  • forrest225 said:

    @TVhyrus I guess you just keep it loaded. I’d cut holes in the foam for extra rounds though.

  • micromanish said:

    give me a frigging break the gun is two small the muzzle blast would knock your face off

  • TVhyrus said:

    @MrNevermindTheBuzz

    I’m calling bullshit on your whole story, pilgrim. Unless the bear you killed happened to be a juvenile black bear, in which case you have absolutely no place to call someone else a pussy.

  • TVhyrus said:

    Um… call me stupid, but where do you put the box of bullets for the gun? I see no place for bullets, and I assume if you happen to rip this out of your sinking Cessna/canoe you wont be carrying loose rounds in your sock.

    While were at it, where the hell is the holster? For a freaking grand I think they could throw in a simple hip holster somewhere.

  • MrNevermindTheBuzz said:

    Since you felt the need to buy a .50 cal Magnum; you should have just tried a free trial of Extenze; it wold have saved you lots of Money.

  • MrNevermindTheBuzz said:

    P.S. If you think a .30-30 lever action, especially as smooth as a Winchester has a significant kick to it, the only thing you should be able to fire is a large frame .22 short revolver, don’t try to strain yourself with a .22 lr, don’t even try to step up to a 36 grain .22 magnum; Turn in your man card, go ahead and give your boyfriend or your mommy your testise to hold onto in their purse. I would like to see you try to man up behind my .338 Lapua Magnum Blaser Bolt action.

  • MrNevermindTheBuzz said:

    I went bear hunting with 3 friends and was the lucky one who bagged it, and I took it out with my Les Bear 1911 with only 2 shots fired of Hornady hollow points. Make your Own Kit here’s what you need 1) A good quality 1911 that reliable with some devastating hollow points 2)K-Bar Knife 3)Basic wilderness survival, flint w/ striker, foldable saw, tinder, basic stuff of that nature 4)Flare gun w/ 3 rounds 5)jerky or MRE 6)Flashlight w/compass 7)Map 8)Then take a customizable case and cut to fit

  • MrNevermindTheBuzz said:

    I went bear hunting with 3 friends and was the lucky one who bagged it, and I took it out with my Les Bear 1911 with only 2 shots fired of Hornady hollow points. Make your Own Kit here’s what you need 1) A good quality 1911 that reliable with some devastating hollow points 2)K-Bar Knife 3)Basic wilderness survival, flint w/ striker, foldable saw, tinder, basic stuff of that nature 4)Flare gun w/ 3 rounds 5)jerky or MRE 6)Flashlight w/compass 7)Map 8)Then take a customizable case and cut to fit

  • nirmanyu97 said:

    im 14
     and im watching this

  • sionelend said:

    you better hold it right or it will cut your finger tips off o and that thing can break your wrist and if you think a 30-30 has a heavy recoil don’t bother shooting that thing

  • jonlocke83 said:

    I didn’t read the past comments but I’d recommend trying that saw out. I mean, you bought it so you might as well give it all a try.

  • hockeyghost said:

    you would think that the box would have room for ammo in it

  • MercurialIris said:

    @PIGpatrol007

    Most places in America don’t even allow for regular people to own Assault Rifles you don’t know what you’re talking about bro. The .500 is loaded with a 700 grain cartridge… and if used properly it can REMOVE your cock. I’d wager I can draw the revolver quicker than you could unsheathe a goddamn AR.

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