Now this is what I call a real Fancy BBQ Gun!
.256 Newton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .256 Newton Type Hunting Place of origin United States Production history Designer Charles Newton Designed 1913 Manufacturer Western Cartridge Company Specifications Parent case .30-06 Springfield Case type Rimless Bullet diameter .264 in (6.7 mm) Neck diameter .291 in (7.4 mm) Shoulder diameter .418 in (10.6 mm) Base diameter .471 in (12.0 mm) Rim diameter .473 in (12.0 mm) Rim thickness .049 in (1.2 mm) Case length 2.440 in (62.0 mm) Overall length 3.40 in (86 mm) … Continue reading “Buffalo Newton Rifle Co. Mod.1916, chambered in .256 Newton”
Although Colt predominately was a manufacturer of popular revolvers, such as the Colt Single Action Army, the company began in the 1880s to seek to compete against Winchester in the rifle market. In 1882, Colt contacted Andrew Burgess to design a lever-action rifle and by July 1883, production of the new rifle … Continue reading “Colt, Model 1883 Colt-Burgess”
All I know is that I could never be that good for Santa have given me this rifle!
The Czech made Persian Model 98/29 Long Rifle is considered to be one of the best Military Mausers ever made. I just wish that I had the cash & opportunity to buy one! I can not imagine the amount of work it took to put the Persian Stampings on each rifle. All I know is … Continue reading “Persian Mauser Model 98/29, Iranian Czech 1898/1929, Blue 29” Military Bolt Action Rifle, MFD 1931-1938”
RUBBER BULLETS & CROWD CONTROL Or as some folks call them your Personal Wake Up Call! Now I am a strong supporter of the Right to Protest and to seek redress from the Powers that Be. But when they break out these nasties. I am out of there! As they can really change your life … Continue reading “Some stuff about Rubber Bullets”
For some reason I like the looks of this Charcoal Burner! I think that it has the look of having just the right lines. If one were to add just one more thing to it. Then it would be ruined in the looks department!