I have never seen one in person yet! But I would love to have one as the 38-40 is a fine man stopper of a round.
All that I can say about this rifle is a quote from My Son, (“Hot Shit!!”)
In World War I, aircraft were initially intended for aerial reconnaissance, however some pilots began to carry rifles in case they spotted enemy planes. Soon, planes were fitted with machine guns with a variety of mountings; initially the only guns were carried in the rear cockpit supplying defensive fire (this was employed by two-seat aircraft all through … Continue reading “Warplanes & their Guns”
General George S. Patton – A Vision for Business Leadership
A Civil War Confederate Soldier. Julius Franklin Howell, at the age of sixteen, entered Confederate service and would in time become a member of the 24th Virginia Cavalry. On occasions, he was on detached duty, serving general officers as a trusted courier. In the waning days of the war he was captured and imprisoned until … Continue reading “A voice from the past, one of the last Confederate Soldiers”
The Pre 1964 Winchester Super Grades are usually a great Rifle and a fine investment too. I have shot the 300 H&H and found it to be a great round. As the recoil seemed to me at least. To be a bit less than the 300 Win Mag. Also they feed better than the Win … Continue reading “Winchester Pre 64 Model 70 A nice looking “Super Grade” Bolt Action Rifle in Caliber 300 H&H Magnum”