Here is an example on how they use to do it back in the day (Loading Machine Gun Belts) Those guys back then were pretty clever about things like this. We can still learn a lot from them! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB3lRVBs42w https://youtu.be/004J628hsd4 Attachments area Preview YouTube video Using a Russian PKM Belt Loader Using a Russian PKM … Continue reading “The Old Timers were a pretty smart & tough crowd!”
This rifle was manufactured between the 1965 to the Mid-1970’s. There is no serial number on this rifle, so it had to be manufactured before 1968. So this rifle will qualify as a C&R Gun.
Bet that would keep your head down for a while! As would this puppy also! Here is a couple of videos below: https://youtu.be/GBjFwBKQpog?t=5 https://youtu.be/Y9qHv_XEAZg?t=3 Attachments area Preview YouTube video Solothurn S18-1000: The Pinnacle of Anti-Tank Rifles Solothurn S18-1000: The Pinnacle of Anti-Tank Rifles Preview YouTube video 20mm Lahti L39 Antitank Rifle (Shooting & History) 20mm Lahti … Continue reading “When things start to fall apart -Solothurn S18-1000: The Pinnacle of Anti-Tank Rifles / 20mm Lahti L39 Antitank Rifle (Shooting & History)”
I shot one of these a long time ago with some kind soul lending me his. It shot well for me and I wish that I could find one out here in California. Grumpy
I had a chance to buy one for a $100 NIB. Which just goes to show what an Idiot I was to pass on it!
I Carry A Handgun Because (2018): 12MondayMar 2018 Posted by Mike McDaniel This is a topic I last addressed on this scruffy little blog in August of 2016. In light of recent events, and the newly energized anti-liberty/Second Amendment movement, it’s time for an update. I do not advertise the fact that I carry a concealed handgun, or … Continue reading “Makes sense to me! (Worthy of your time to read in my humble opinion)”
A Stevens No. 425 High Power Lever Action Rifle. According to the Blue Book of Gun Values, This rifle was originally designed by John Redfield, and approx. 26,000 rifles were manufactured between 1910-1917. The rifle was manufactured in 4 different calibers (.25 Rem., .30 Rem., .32 Rem. or .35 Rem.) The barrel length is 22 … Continue reading “Stevens No. 425 High Power Lever Action Rifle RARE in .35 Rem.”