WWI Trench Hand Weapons February 24, 2016 Ian McCollum Videos Karl and I recently did some work with a wide selection of hand weapons from WWI (some original, some reproductions) for a video in collaboration with the excellent YouTube channel The Great War. Have a look: Looks pretty brutal to me!
5th Field Artillery Regiment From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 5th Field Artillery Regiment Coat of arms Active 1907 Country United States Branch Army Type Field artillery Motto(s) “Faithful and True” Insignia Distinctive unit insignia Former Distinctive unit insignia U.S. Field Artillery Regiments Previous Next 4th Field Artillery 6th Field Artillery The 5th Field Artillery Regiment was constituted … Continue reading “The Only US Regular Army Unit that is a direct descendant from General Washington’s Continental Army”
I found these & I thought you might like them! Thanks for your Time! Grumpy
This looks like something out of Star Wars or something. The only upside is that it would give the Gun fearing wussies a panic attack & send them back to their safe spaces!
“Homeland Security is a Nation of Riflemen.” Col. Townsend Whelen can be credited with the concept behind that phrase. In a used book/mag store, I recently ran across a (now defunct “Hunting Guns”) 1985 reprint of an 1932 Outdoor Life Magazine article that the late Col. Townsend Whelen wrote. WOW! His words are still relevant … Continue reading “Some Pearls of Wisdom from the Past”
If one was going out into the Real World. You could do a whole lot worse than this rig! In that short of running into a Huge Grizzly on crack or a T Rex. The 270 Win can stand & deliver!
Can we say “Golden Shower” or Welcome to Los Angeles, California?