German model 1879 revolver

M1879 Reichsrevolver From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Reichsrevolver Modell M79 M1879 German Trooper’s Revolver Type Revolver Place of origin German Empire Service history In service 1879–1940s(?) Used by German Empire Wars German colonial conflicts, Boxer Rebellion, World War I, World War II Production history Manufacturer V.C. Schilling & Cie, Spangenberg &SauerC.G. Haenel & Cie, Gebrüder Mauser & Cie, Oberndorf-am-Neckar, and Königliche Gewehrfabrik … Continue reading “German model 1879 revolver”

What the Old timers did with their 1903 Springfields

Supposedly these fine looking Sporterized 1903 Springfield’s were owned by the famed Shooting Writer – Col. Townsend Whelen. (If you get a chance by the way, read some of his stuff as it is still Steel on Target!)

What an IDIOT!!- Prof who shot himself on campus to protest Trump apologizes, now says he did it to ban AR-15’s

The professor who shot himself in the arm to protest Trump now says that he did it to protest AR-15s. (Metro Nashville Police Department via Getty Images) By Sarah Taylor STAFF WRITER Mark Bird, the professor who shot himself in the arm in a university bathroom in protest of President Donald Trump, now says that he actually did it because … Continue reading “What an IDIOT!!- Prof who shot himself on campus to protest Trump apologizes, now says he did it to ban AR-15’s”

The M-16 & My Daily Kona

The Army and the M16A2 When I was in the service, I did basic in 1985 and we were issued the M16A1 pattern rifle.  I always was fascinated with the M16 rifle. I completed Basic, went to AIT at Fort Devens and went to Germany with the 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One), while I … Continue reading “The M-16 & My Daily Kona”