Bloke takes his Lee-Enfield No.4 apart (a rare event, since unless you've got to dry a sopping wet rifle, no good can come of it) to show how the forend is attached to the metal. It's not obvious, and it's rather clever.
Also there's a few verbal digressions railing against the common unthinking myths, and the relative positions of SMLE's, No.4's and P14's in British shooting competitions back in the .303 days.
Firearms history, blokesplaining firearms mechanics, mythbusting, shooting sports and kitschy sketches all in one place. An often dry and sarcastic look at whatever takes the Bloke's and the Chap's fancy in the world of guns and shooting.