SCATTERED SHOTS THOUGHTS ON SERVICE WEAPONS By SHAWN Another day of Doctors sawing bones ,and leech treatments today. But thankfully Mack, has written a guest post for today on his idea on US service rifles. Some of you will recognize Mack as he was a regular commentor at weapons man and here. I have invited … Continue reading “I see that I am not alone about the issue of US Army Rifle calibers”
Now if my feeble brain will try cooperated a bit & my CRS* does not kick in. Here is my story about the Rifle of mine! It was Christmas in the mid 1960’s and the Folks took me and my sister down to my Grandfather’s Nursery in Northern San Diego County to celebrate. Also there … Continue reading “The Winchester Model 121 – My 1st Rifle”
Harry Pope: The Old Master Hartford Cycle Co set up its own machinery to produce its cycles with the exception of ball bearings, which it obtained from the Pope company. Theoretically, the Hartford company operated independently of the Pope Mfg Co, but existing manuscripts show that Albert Pope made its critical decisions and that … Continue reading “Some more information about Mr. Harry Pope”
Back when I was a lot younger and foolish, if that is all possible. I shot one of these Martini’s that had been rechambered in 375 Winchester. Needless to say it had a good solid kick. Plus it had an excellent ejection system. But could not hit the broad side of the ocean with me … Continue reading “.577/450 Martini-Henry 10 rounds rapid (video collaboration)”
If one had the time & The Cash. This would become something that you could be really proud of! Especially since it is a Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 in 30-06!
Armed suspect robs convenience store, gets shot by every customer inside. Getting perforated. Taking the lead pill. DRT. This happened in Brazil. Inside the store were four off-duty plain clothes police officers carrying concealed weapons. The suspect, wearing a white shirt and a motorcycle helmet, entered the store and produced a handgun. One of the … Continue reading “Now that’s Funny! -From The Daily Timewaster!”
There are a lot of things your car can get stuck in: mud, snow, even a ditch. While every situation is different, there are some principles you can follow that may help you become unstuck without needing to call for a tow. So, we enlisted Wyatt Knox from Team O’Neil Rally School to help us put this … Continue reading “How to Get Your Car Unstuck From…Anything: An Illustrated Guide”