Now I owned one of these Fine Old School Guns a while ago. But as you have no doubt guessed by now. It’s gone! So let us take a break while I kick myself again. OUCH, Okay I am back! Okay now here is what I have learned from the rifle. They are very hard … Continue reading “Winchester Model 71”
An American Classic Revolver!
A minty 1911A1 National Match pistol, serial number 1295096, these pistols were designed for Army competitive shooters. They were made from 1954 to 1967. From 1954 to 1960 the pistols were provided with solid rear sights from 1961 they used Micro, Triangle and Elliason adjustable rear sights.
This is one of my favorite rounds as it has a better track record at least for me of hitting the target than the 45 ACP or the 44 Magnum. Anyways here is part of its story! .357 Magnum From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .357 Magnum .357 Magnum ammunition Type Handgun / Carbine Place of origin United States Production … Continue reading “.357 Magnum”
One strange looking rifle!
U.S. Army Prototype Anti-Armor Hand Grenade from 1973 – A Shaped Charge Packed in a Hollowed-Out NERF Football !
While I was pretending to be a Soldier in Mr. Reagan’s Army. I was very briefly issued one of these great shotguns. Latter on in the “Real World”. I was lucky enough to shoot a couple of series of Trap with one. Where I found it to be a great handling gun. My only … Continue reading “The Ithaca 37 Shotgun”