One day I will buy another one of these fine Old School Lever Guns! Somebody got smart & put on a proper rear peep sight on this fine gun! https://youtu.be/Ak5JsF2JeDU?t=6 Attachments area Preview YouTube video The Reagan Gun – Embellished Model 64 Lever Action Rifle The Reagan Gun – Embellished Model 64 Lever Action Rifle … Continue reading “Winchester Pre-64 Model 64, Blue 24 Lever Action Rifle & Receiver Peep Sight, 1953”
MilSurp: British Infantry Weapons of World War II: The Tools Tommies Used to Beat Back the Bosche by WILL DABBS on FEBRUARY 21, 2018 Related Tags: Buzz, Feature Articles, Guns, Military, Milsurp, reviews, Self-Defense, Tactical On the night of June 5th, 1944, a force of 181 men commanded by Major John Howard lifted off from RAF Tarant Rushton aboard six Horsa gliders. Their force consisted of … Continue reading “Tommy Atkins Guns & WWII”
FOREST STRONG JANUARY 28, 2018 LIFESTYLE 16 COMMENTS Forest Strong Forest was born and raised in the rugged mountains of northern New England. He continues to work and play in these woods…everyday. A seeker of truth – he loves beauty, freedom, authenticity and knowledge. Have you ever wanted to own a caliber of gun that is … Continue reading “THE BEST GUN FOR A MAN ON A BUDGET”
The Brass was bringing these online just as I was leaving the Army. Anyone out there have any information about these?
I was allowed once to fire one of these fine rifles. What I found that it had one of the smoothest actions this side of the Krag Jorgensen. If you get a chance grab one of them and you will not be sorry!
Ever wonder where the term Fusiliers came from? Well here is your answer — The Royal Fusiliers. They were a very old (est. 1685) & a very fashionable regiment. Since It was based in the Tower of London & near the throne. Nonetheless it was a very hard fighting outfit filled with London Cockneys. Here … Continue reading “The Royal Fusiliers or another British Regiment lost to the Budget”
All I know for sure about this subject. Is that I sure am happy that my Dad packed a Colt Combat Commander. When he was in the Pusan Perimeter and got jumped by some North Koreans. Who made the silly mistake that my Dad would make an easy prisoner capture & that he was unarmed. … Continue reading “M1911 Semi Auto Pistol”